Paper Girls, Vol. 3 by Brian K. Vaughan

Paper Girls, Vol. 3

The multiple Eisner and Harvey Award-winning series from BRIAN K. VAUGHAN and CLIFF CHIANG continues, as newspaper deliverers Erin, Mac and Tiffany finally reunite with their long-lost friend KJ in an unexpected new era, where the girls must uncover the secret origins of time travel... or risk never returning home to 1988. Collects issues 11 through 15!

Details Paper Girls, Vol. 3

TitlePaper Girls, Vol. 3
Release DateAug 8th, 2017
PublisherImage Comics
GenreSequential Art, Graphic Novels, Comics, Science Fiction, Fiction, Time Travel, Graphic Novels Comics, Young Adult, Fantasy, Comic Book, Adventure

Reviews Paper Girls, Vol. 3

  • karen
    so, i’m enjoying this series, inasmuch as i am still intrigued by what the heck is happening, but this issue is just more questions with no resolution to previous questions and no real indication that the story is heading in a direction where we can gather our breaths and start making progress towards anything resembling a cohesive storyline. this issue is a mix of past, present, and “other” where harsh truths are spoke, albeit in bewilderi...
  • Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin
    Still loving it!
  • David Schaafsma
    It's like all of the eighties Sci-Fi adventures, all of them, all at once. With twelve-year-old girls Erin, Mac and Tiffany finally reuniting with their long-lost friend KJ. Three volumes, three different settings, girls in peril, but no, they are not helpless victims, but ass-kickers.All the gleeful pop references we come to expect from Vaughn: Hitchhiker’s Guide, Bam Bam, Crankshaft, Calvin and Hobbes, Cathy, Stephen King, and on and on. And ...
  • Donovan
    No joke, Paper Girls is my all time favorite on-going series. It's just crazy fun zany fantasy. And the thing is, Vaughan is building to a pretty good mystery. I really wanna know where this is going. And I'm fascinated by the development that's happening with the characters. The artwork is industry best. Cliff Chiang's illustrations are bold and iconic, and paired with Matt Wilson's eye-watering colors, this is top notch. Hell, I'd read this com...
  • April (Aprilius Maximus)
    1.) Paper Girls Volume 1 .52.) Paper Girls Volume 2 3.) Paper Girls Volume 3 --------------------------------------------------WUT 1.) Paper Girls Volume 1 ★★★.52.) Paper Girls Volume 2 ★★★★3.) Paper Girls Volume 3 ★★★★--------------------------------------------------WUT
  • Shannon
    I honestly think the author might be pulling ideas out of a hat instead of having a coherent plan for where the plot will go. Last issue sealed it for me—I'm abandoning this series. I just don't know what it's trying to be anymore and I'm either confused or annoyed after each issue.Individual issue reviews: #11 | #12 | #13 | #14 | #15Total review score: 1.8
  • Bradley
    Wow. So much wilder than the first volume, although the second comes close.How about we skip along to the part where we're 13k in the past and the creator of time travel and Erin's DISTANT ancestor (maybe) catches all these girls in a caveman-esq borrowed technological romp with a slowly evolving and unfolding revelation about the nature of the 4th dimension?Yup.This is just my speed. And it's nicely f***ed up. Welcome to the '18 Hugo nominations...
  • Calista
    A few answers are coming enough to begin to get an understanding, but mostly, we still know very little. The girls have jumped back in time 11,000 years. They also find someone from 2055 doing research.There are plenty of deadly things in the forest. I'm beginning to tire of this. I will give it another try, but I'm ready to know a little bit about what is happening. It's going to be a time jumping story.
  • Kate (GirlReading)
    I am loving this series so much. I'm just mad at myself right now for thinking there were more volumes out because the wait from now until next year is going to be so painful!! Having said that, it would have been impossible for me to not binge read this series. It's so incredibly addictive and fast paced, I've already read it twice over! I adore the artwork, the characters and the utterly bizarre plot line, that doesn't always make sense or seem...
  • Mir
    Man, time travel is confusing! In that sense, it is like puberty.