Ghost #3

Writer: Kelly Sue DeConnick, Chris Sebela Artist: Geraldo Borges, Andy Owens Publisher: Dark Horse Comics Release Date: April 16, 2014 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 8 User Reviews: 1
6.8Critic Rating
9.0User Rating

While Doctor October sends her demonic enforcers to attack Elisa and her friends, the White City Butcher captures Tommy and Sloane. Ghost will have to choose between uncovering the secrets of her past and protecting everyones future! Interdimensional forces turn Chicago into a war zone in the first arcs clashing conclusion!

  • 9.4
    Hulking Reviewer - Kareem Ali Apr 17, 2014

    Ghost #3 is an excellent issue that provides electrifying action from beginning to end, and is full of great character development and interesting story progression. I was pleasantly surprised with how much was covered this issue and it was very easy to follow. Despite Elisa and Beleth issuing threats back and forth again this issue it was much less and didn't detract from the overall story or the thrilling suspense. So I'm looking forward to the next issue with high anticipation of what's in store for the characters. Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    Unleash The Fanboy - Harrison Rawdin Apr 17, 2014

    Ghost #3 concludes the opening arc of its fourth volume in style. It's not something that'll change opinions but instead solidifies why it certainly deserves to keep a fanbase. Recommended. Read Full Review

  • 8.4
    Geeked Out Nation - Jideobi Odunze Apr 16, 2014

    Whatever comes next I hope that it doesn't lose the momentum that Ghost has been building up on. The truth about who Elisa is becomes clearer with each passing issue and I would be sorely disappointed if the progress made towards that isn't something I can say was worth me investing my time into taking interest in. The next issue should definitely address what it is that Ghost will lose in the process of doing what is necessary for her to find out who she was. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Apr 16, 2014

    With artwork by new artist Geraldo Borges, which works rather well for me here, Kelly Sue DeConnick and Chris Sebela have basically give us the opening chapter with a bit of the prologue here for the larger story. We've had a slightly awkward re-introduction of the Ghost property and the kind of world she's in and she's made some small bit of progress here, some of it involving her goal of returning the demons to their realm and some of it involving understanding more of her own past. These pieces work well to establish the basics and in reading the three issues as a whole it does flow a bit better than every couple of months, which definitely takes it down a notch. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Capeless Crusader - Jesse Quick-Rincon Apr 21, 2014

    All in all it gets a recommendation. If you have followed the other two comics in the series it's a pretty dang good conclusion to the first story arc. And while the writing can be clichd Kelly Sue DeCennick is a talented writer, and I have faith the stories will pick up as we continue to investigate the past of this interesting character. Read Full Review

  • 6.8
    Entertainment Fuse - Jim Bush Apr 26, 2014

    Ghost has so far been a pleasant surprise for me. It has featured entertaining but unpredictable stories and mostly outstanding art. A lot of credit goes to DeConnick who has been involved in writing the last and current volume. There are insignias on the series that mark it as part of Project Black Sky, Dark Horses superhero initiative. I hope this Ghost is not forced to crossover with some of Dark Horses other hero comics because I think she fits very well in her supernatural world. Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Weekly Comic Book Review - Minhquan Nguyen Apr 23, 2014

    Mediocre from back to front, from beginning to end, you wonder if any effort is being spared for the sake of innovation at all. Dropped. Read Full Review

  • 2.0
    Comic Bastards - Adam Kelly Apr 16, 2014

    I really wish this book were more organized creator-wise because I want to like this book, but ever since the first issue they've made it extremely hard to do so. Read Full Review

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