The creature has reconfigured. Badhoon teams up with the ship's sole survivor to escape as more crew members begin to see twisted versions of their fantasies. The pirate leader isn't sure who he wants to kill more: the monster or Badhoon?
There's not much I can say about this issue because again you need to be paying attention. It's a really good issue though and it has me looking forward to the conclusion of the series. The book definitely draws a lot of comparison to The Thing, but it's still a rewarding read so don't write it off just because of that. If you like horror or just terror, then Plunder is worth checking out. Read Full Review
Despite these issues, “Plunder” #3 proves to be another excellent chapter in this unique horror series. The characters on the page are unlike anything you've seen in comics before, and the threat is incredibly realized and terrifying. For the most part you'll find a lot to love with “Plunder.” Sadly the depth of storytelling doesn't penetrate quite like the deep seas, but the horror is very very real. Read Full Review
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