One of the island’s human researchers gets into trouble with his bosses as the tigers press their own investigation of the death of the panda.
Plus, talking gorillas and, well, a big shock at the end.
Entering the third installment of Sanctuary, you never know what you’re bound to see, but that’s half the fun. The story continues to be solid straight to the end, dropping the reader right off the big cliffhanger. The art is still very well done and I’m actually quite ok with it being B&W at this point.
To be honest, I really couldn’t pick out anything in this issue to speak negatively about.
The dark just keeps getting darker, and my interest in the series just keeps getting greater. Issue 3 leaves us with quite a gripping last page, and pretty much guarantees that you need to push on. I’m full well a fan of these books by now, and would gladly suggest this to anyone to read.
For more information on Stephen Coughlin and his work, check out SLG Publishing.
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