NVRLND #3

NVRLND #3

Writer: Dylan Mulick, Stephanie Salyers Artist: Leila Leiz Publisher: 451 Release Date: October 12, 2016 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 1
9.5Critic Rating
9.5User Rating

Is this party over before it started? Never say never in NVRLND. With Wendy thrown off the roof, Peter unconscious on the back of Tink's motorcycle, and a whole gang of blood-thirsty pirates barreling down Mulholland Drive, it's hard to imagine this scene getting any worse. However, now that Hook has Peter's shadow, all bets are off. Meanwhile, Wendy's Police Chief father is hot on the trail of whoever has been producing the lethal batch of pixie dust. A meeting with The Savages will open a door to worlds unimagined, even by the likes of tinsel town!

  • 10
    Pop Culture HQ - Jason Bennett Oct 11, 2016

    NVRLNDhas cemented itself among great titles such as Zenescope's Grimm Fairy TalesandVertigo's Fablesas quintessential adult-oriented fairy tales which rekindle a sense of youth in the reader from the characters, yet employ all the facets of current societal issues and real-world scenarios.With only one issue left, everything that has transpired will finally come to a head. From where this issue leaves us, next month's series finale is primed for an explosive ending. The stage is set (literally and figuratively) for a showdown of the ages.Simply put, this series is a must for any collection! My issue number one is framed and mounted on my wall. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Heroes Direct - Eammon Jacobs Oct 12, 2016

    We also loved the procedural police aspect of the story. It acknowledges the consequences of Neverland, and the drug problem deeply rooted alongside it. It doesn't just treat it as a perfect haven, even though it is for some. The end of this edition leaves the audience on another cliffhanger, a clever ploy from the writers. It creates a sense of urgency when thinking about the next instalment. It raises a lot of questions and hopefully will carry the story to it's end in a brilliant way. We can't wait for the fourth and final issue. Don't miss out. Read Full Review

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