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The acclaimed necromantic horror series reaches its final chapter as the gang war blows wide open on the streets of New Orleans. Every high has its comedown, and the Winters family is in for a rude awakening. Once the innovator and sole dealer of the new necromantic drug thats all the rage on the streets of New Orleans, they have since come under siege by rivals on all The acclaimed necromantic horror series reaches its final chapter as the gang war blows wide open on the streets of New Orleans. Every high has its comedown, and the Winters family is in for a rude awakening. Once the innovator and sole dealer of the new necromantic drug that’s all the rage on the streets of New Orleans, they have since come under siege by rivals on all sides trying to steal the market for themselves. And while the family has suffered heavy losses to this point, there’s more to come before in the harsh light of morning... Eisner Award-nominated author Cullen Bunn (Harrow County, The Empty Man) and illustrator Jonas Scharf (Mighty Morphin Power Rangers) conclude their critically-acclaimed horror series in Bone Parish Volume Three, as the Winters fight off reckonings both personal and professional to preserve their family empire.


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The acclaimed necromantic horror series reaches its final chapter as the gang war blows wide open on the streets of New Orleans. Every high has its comedown, and the Winters family is in for a rude awakening. Once the innovator and sole dealer of the new necromantic drug thats all the rage on the streets of New Orleans, they have since come under siege by rivals on all The acclaimed necromantic horror series reaches its final chapter as the gang war blows wide open on the streets of New Orleans. Every high has its comedown, and the Winters family is in for a rude awakening. Once the innovator and sole dealer of the new necromantic drug that’s all the rage on the streets of New Orleans, they have since come under siege by rivals on all sides trying to steal the market for themselves. And while the family has suffered heavy losses to this point, there’s more to come before in the harsh light of morning... Eisner Award-nominated author Cullen Bunn (Harrow County, The Empty Man) and illustrator Jonas Scharf (Mighty Morphin Power Rangers) conclude their critically-acclaimed horror series in Bone Parish Volume Three, as the Winters fight off reckonings both personal and professional to preserve their family empire.

30 review for Bone Parish, Vol. 3

  1. 5 out of 5

    Chad

    For all the build up and world building in this series, Bunn and Scharf strangely burn it all to the ground very quickly. There's so much material here that didn't get explored. I could have easily seen this going another 20 issues easily. The one thing I thought was odd is that it is graphically violent but curse words were censored. The book is clearly for adults. Put the goddamn words on the page. That being said, it's a great read. The art and coloring are top notch as is the writing. I put For all the build up and world building in this series, Bunn and Scharf strangely burn it all to the ground very quickly. There's so much material here that didn't get explored. I could have easily seen this going another 20 issues easily. The one thing I thought was odd is that it is graphically violent but curse words were censored. The book is clearly for adults. Put the goddamn words on the page. That being said, it's a great read. The art and coloring are top notch as is the writing. I put the series up there with Cullen Bunn's best work IMO, Harrow County and The Sixth Gun.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Shannon

    Seriously lost interest in this series as it went and I didn't care about any of the characters. Too much back and forth between the different families/factions. Too much infighting as well and I kind of forgot who was on which side. It's a shame because it's such an interesting idea. I think this is the end of the series and my last thought is basically: meh. Individual issue reviews: #9 | #10 | #11 | #12 Total review score: 2.25

  3. 5 out of 5

    James DeSantis

    A Bloody end to a family of drug dealers. The thing is, when you begin to get involved with people there's always a angle. Especially with someone trying to break into the family. And that's where our heroes (if you can call them that) fucked up and from the inside everything goes sour. This kill or be killed like ending will leave most if not all the characters dead and for what? TO see the dead? Well guess what...that's where you're all heading. This was extremely entertaining. The bloody A Bloody end to a family of drug dealers. The thing is, when you begin to get involved with people there's always a angle. Especially with someone trying to break into the family. And that's where our heroes (if you can call them that) fucked up and from the inside everything goes sour. This kill or be killed like ending will leave most if not all the characters dead and for what? TO see the dead? Well guess what...that's where you're all heading. This was extremely entertaining. The bloody kills and awesome character moments really worked well. The art was also easy to follow here and lead for some great set pieces. It did feel a bit rushed though at times, and I couldn't help but feel this could have been even better as a bit more slow burn. But overall still extremely entertaining murder gang drama story. A 4 out of 5.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Nancy

    This review (and V2) can be found on my blog: https://graphicnovelty2.com/2020/01/0... Alliances and betrayals between the Winter family and their rivals continue to evolve, with Brea unknowingly getting seduced by a bloodthirsty killer intent on getting revenge for her brother being killed earlier by the Winters. Leon begins to make some power moves, and he and his sister Brigitte experiment with how to tap into other peoples memories to look for clues. Leon barely survives the experience and This review (and V2) can be found on my blog: https://graphicnovelty2.com/2020/01/0... Alliances and betrayals between the Winter family and their rivals continue to evolve, with Brea unknowingly getting seduced by a bloodthirsty killer intent on getting revenge for her brother being killed earlier by the Winters. Leon begins to make some power moves, and he and his sister Brigitte experiment with how to tap into other people’s memories to look for clues. Leon barely survives the experience and his visions are suspect, although he views them as true. While I had considered him the most moral of the family, he then sacrifices someone during the gang wars. We get a flashback to Brigitte introducing the idea of marketing the ash to her parents and I was shocked to realize it hadn’t been too far in the past. The Winters had lived in modest circumstances up until then, so the mansion and opulent surroundings that they lived in now were but recent acquisitions. But knowing that family members were already paying the price, was it worth it? She is literally playing God, trying to use her scientific knowledge with the mysticism she learned from a dead lover to cheat death. Things are spinning out of control with each family member operating separately and not uniting as their father had wanted them to. It all comes to a head, with a tragic conclusion, and fittingly, not everyone survives. Jonas Scharf’s art was fantastic start to finish, with Leon’s visions being especially well-done. I have to say colorist Alex Guimarães’ work is the best I have ever seen. His vibrant pinks and purples to signify the hallucinogenic effect and the color palette that he uses throughout the narrative are second to none. I hope to see a lot more from this artistic team. I was very impressed with the three-volume series, in fact, I wish it lasted longer, as I’m sad to be saying goodbye to the enigmatic Winters family. This necromantic horror story had it all- it was a riveting crime thriller and it had a thought-provoking moral debate about drug culture and the sanctity of life and for the body after death. A must-read for all graphic novel readers!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Lukas Holmes

    No! It can't be over! I am stunned that this is ending this soon. The action, the violence, the horror element, it was all so good! Bunn did a good job wrapping it up, and some doors are still open, but man do I want more.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Robert

    If it is the end, a fine ending it is.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Misty

    A nice wrap up to the series even if it seemed a little rushed.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Kaiulani

    I really loved this premise but it went nowhere. Little character development. Beyond middle of the road.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Václav

    Three criminal organisations, one "dust" drug from dead people and a lot of intrigues. Killing, torturing, betraying, scheming and all that crime stuff we usually like. The second book is about building the final storm. I enjoyed that, though it's nothing I'm excited about. The conclusion of the Bone Parish is here. I believe I'm not spoiling anything by saying it's "last man standing" type of story finale. It's thrilling and ruthless and it has a fast tempo. I enjoyed it. I did. But I'm lucky Three criminal organisations, one "dust" drug from dead people and a lot of intrigues. Killing, torturing, betraying, scheming and all that crime stuff we usually like. The second book is about building the final storm. I enjoyed that, though it's nothing I'm excited about. The conclusion of the Bone Parish is here. I believe I'm not spoiling anything by saying it's "last man standing" type of story finale. It's thrilling and ruthless and it has a fast tempo. I enjoyed it. I did. But I'm lucky to read Bone Parish as a whole. I generally try to avoid reading by issues. And if I would read Bone Parish from issue to issue, I would never enjoy or finish it. As a whole, I enjoyed it. I expected something deeper, more complex, but it's just simple gang war with paranormal touch story accompanied by neat art. But it was (eventually) fun.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Elaine White

    As the end of a volume, it was 5*. As the end of a series? I have to lower the mark, because there is no way this is a proper ending to a story. There are still so many unanswered questions. I've loved Cullen Bunn since I read The Damned Vol. 1 and I've never rated his work under 5* until now. But this one kind of felt like someone had grown bored of the story, didn't know what else to do with it, and gave up with a quick and easy ending that didn't entirely make sense. Where did that "But now we As the end of a volume, it was 5*. As the end of a series? I have to lower the mark, because there is no way this is a proper ending to a story. There are still so many unanswered questions. I've loved Cullen Bunn since I read The Damned Vol. 1 and I've never rated his work under 5* until now. But this one kind of felt like someone had grown bored of the story, didn't know what else to do with it, and gave up with a quick and easy ending that didn't entirely make sense. Where did that "But now we can be together, Brae?" part come from? That was totally out of character. Why, when it's been such a constant throughout, does "the ash doesn't lie" suddenly become untrue? I can buy it being a curse, but not a lie, considering how much emphasis was given to it. And I don't like the idea of the story being over just because everyone - bar the only person who can actually keep making the stuff - is dead. And there's no resolution for the policewoman. I'm pretty sure I know who the masked guy is, but I also have 2 theories and it seems I'll never know if I was right or not. I hate ending a series without answers.

  11. 4 out of 5

    47Time

    The shinola really hits the fan in this last part. All the sides engage in all-out war. There is little chance for peace until only one side is left standing. The Winters are the main target. (view spoiler)[The cartel led by Leticia burns down Grace's house. Grace is also killed by Leticia herself. After he unintentionally kills his brother, Brae also shows up to help his family, but he is too late to help his mother. He instead kills his lover Leticia before succumbing to his own wounds. The shinola really hits the fan in this last part. All the sides engage in all-out war. There is little chance for peace until only one side is left standing. The Winters are the main target. (view spoiler)[The cartel led by Leticia burns down Grace's house. Grace is also killed by Leticia herself. After he unintentionally kills his brother, Brae also shows up to help his family, but he is too late to help his mother. He instead kills his lover Leticia before succumbing to his own wounds. Brigitte, the chemist behind the Ash, is the only one to survive and she has a sample of blood from each of her family members. We are left wondering what she can do with them since she can commune with her family using the samples. (hide spoiler)]

  12. 4 out of 5

    Anna Heidick

    A good volume, the story kept me engrossed and the art was great too. All in all, this storyline was a captivating enough ride for what it was, but I don't think it lived up to its full potential. There were plenty of great ideas and world-building places that it could have branched off from to keep this series going and make it feel more fulfilling with things we were shown in past issues that it just didn't take far enough in my opinion, but instead, it ended and the finale was good for what it A good volume, the story kept me engrossed and the art was great too. All in all, this storyline was a captivating enough ride for what it was, but I don't think it lived up to its full potential. There were plenty of great ideas and world-building places that it could have branched off from to keep this series going and make it feel more fulfilling with things we were shown in past issues that it just didn't take far enough in my opinion, but instead, it ended and the finale was good for what it was. Regardless, I wish it kept going and evolved the plot past the ending, but oh well.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Villain E

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Well, that was disappointing. Almost everybody dies, the house burns down. Very "Fall of the House of Usher". I don't like endings like this. It renders the rest of the story pointless. And I realized that was the direction it was going, so there wasn't a thrill or a shock when a character died, just resigned disappointment.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Scott Waldie

    An intense, brutal conclusion to the story, with some doors left open if Cullen wanted to return to this title in the future. I won't say I was entirely satisfied, I wish the Ash was more integral to these last four issues, but still enjoyable.

  15. 4 out of 5

    John

    Why fear the dead when you have the living to worry about?

  16. 4 out of 5

    Xroldx

    Nice conclusion to this 3 volume mob meets horror story. I really like the premise and the art by Jonas Scharf does make it a great read.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Eric

  18. 5 out of 5

    D

  19. 4 out of 5

    Dennis

  20. 4 out of 5

    Jon Schafle

  21. 5 out of 5

    Jesse Russell

  22. 5 out of 5

    Jason

  23. 5 out of 5

    Kelly

  24. 5 out of 5

    Jenny Clark

  25. 4 out of 5

    Mithun Gangopadhyay

  26. 5 out of 5

    Sean

  27. 4 out of 5

    AitziST

  28. 4 out of 5

    Taylor Brown

  29. 4 out of 5

    InJokeTaken

  30. 4 out of 5

    Berna Labourdette

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