Locke & Key, Vol. 3 – Comic Review

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Published Date: February 2013

Publishing Co.: IDW Publishing

Pages: 152

Synopsis link to Goodreads.

Rating: 4 out of 5

I really enjoyed the third installment of Locke & Key. The kids are toughening up and fighting back, against both the paranormal and an alcoholic mother. We learn about a couple new keys with interesting powers and there is a super epic battle scene in the middle of the volume. The art was really top notch.

The mother is really getting annoying. I understand life has kicked her in the proverbial balls but it’s done the same to her kids and yet they’re the ones being adults and taking proper care of their youngest brother. At this point, if she was killed off, I think life would be easier for the kids. They could continue the battle against evil without any distractions.

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13 thoughts on “Locke & Key, Vol. 3 – Comic Review

  1. Love the review! ❀ This volume was one of my favorites in the series, and you're absolutely right, that battle scene was amazing! I loved it. Glad you enjoyed it, too. πŸ˜€

  2. Cool – I really enjoyed this series, but haven’t read them for ages! I think I’ll have to get my arse in gear and go through them again… Have you read ‘Injection’ by Image comics?

      1. Well, I really liked Locke & Key, but I absolutely loved Injection… At the risk of making some sweeping assumptions about your taste, I think you’ll probably enjoy it πŸ™‚

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