Family Tree #3

Family Tree #3

Even as Loretta and her family warily follow Grandpa Judd into the dark alleys of New York City’s Chinatown in search of a cure, her daughter Meg is beginning to embrace her burgeoning transformation....

Title:Family Tree #3
Edition Language:English
ISBN:null
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    Family Tree #3 Reviews

  • Shannon

    1.5This series is weird but I don't hate it, though the art is kind of awful....

  • Tobin Elliott

    The first two issues of this series had me intrigued but, if I'm being honest, I wasn't fond of the direction of this issue...or the fact that it took no more than about ten minutes to read. Really li...

  • Wesley

    This issue was my least favourite of the series so far. I felt it was a little rushed. Lemire continues to capture the essence of family in his writing, but this issue felt like filler. We needed some...

  • Liz (Quirky Cat)

    "FAMILY TREE #3, out this Wednesday from Image Comics is another dark addition to the series. Proving that there can be more than one interpretation to the concept of a family tree. The roots go deep ...

  • Jordan

    Jeff Lemire and Phil Hester are brining whole new meaning to the phrase “growing like a weed.” In an act of pure parental desperation, Rhetta picks up her family and heads to the Big Apple with he...

  • James

    This books continues to be intriguing. We get another layer peeled back with the idea of what’s going on with Megs father and where he is. Curious what will come of her father bringing her there. Go...

  • Elle

    This issue was too short! Love the direction!...