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Continuing right where the Jericho Season 2 television cliffhanger ended! Jake Green and Robert Hawkins are in the safe haven of Texas with the last remaining bomb from the first attack. From amidst the chaos, they’re contacted by John Smith, the mastermind behind the first strike, seeking aid. As the Cheyenne army bears down on them, they must decide whether to side with their former enemy to fight a greater one...

Jericho Season 3

Author: Robert Levine,Jason M Burns,Matthew Federman,Alejandro F. Giraldo,Matt Merhoff,Dan Shotz

Title: Jericho Season 3

ISBN: 160010939X

ISBN13: 978-1600109393

Publisher: IDW Publishing; 7.3.2011 edition (August 2, 2011)

Language: English

Subcategory: Graphic Novels

Size pdf version: 1419 kb

Size epub version: 1736 kb

Size fb2 version: 1713 kb

Rating: 4.4/5

Pages: 140 pages


Reviews (7)
Oppebro
If you are getting this to find out what happened after the 7 episode second season ends, like I did, look for the fourth season book as well since this is not the end of the story. Good artwork, quality printing and the pages are more like a magazine cover in thickness.
Oppebro
If you are getting this to find out what happened after the 7 episode second season ends, like I did, look for the fourth season book as well since this is not the end of the story. Good artwork, quality printing and the pages are more like a magazine cover in thickness.
Whitehammer
I'm sorry I bought this book. FAR too much time was spent in flash backs telling us what we already learned during seasons 1 & 2. I was so looking for new material and what was going to happen with Jake and Hawkins after they got to Texas then into future events, not relive the TV series. Count me disappointed.
Whitehammer
I'm sorry I bought this book. FAR too much time was spent in flash backs telling us what we already learned during seasons 1 & 2. I was so looking for new material and what was going to happen with Jake and Hawkins after they got to Texas then into future events, not relive the TV series. Count me disappointed.
Tall
Not as much content as a full season, but kept me interested. Keeps close to the shows continuity.
Tall
Not as much content as a full season, but kept me interested. Keeps close to the shows continuity.
Uttegirazu
I loved it as a whole but it was too short. It just left me wanting more and thinking what will happen next but it’s worth the read.
Uttegirazu
I loved it as a whole but it was too short. It just left me wanting more and thinking what will happen next but it’s worth the read.
EROROHALO
A little disappointed it was a comic, but it was interested to see the story continued. The illustrations were cool to see, but would have rather had a long form written book. If you were a fan of the show it's worth it.
EROROHALO
A little disappointed it was a comic, but it was interested to see the story continued. The illustrations were cool to see, but would have rather had a long form written book. If you were a fan of the show it's worth it.
Llathidan
This graphic novel is the continuation of the canceled Jericho TV show.

What would happen to the US if 20+ nuclear bombs went off simultaneously? The small town of Jericho Kansas is cut off from the world, facing fallout, and anarchy. Sounds depressing, but the show manages to be heartwarming as well as action packed.

My husband, 13 year old son, and I watched the series on Netflix and loved it. We were so happy when we heard about the comics. I bought this for my son's birthday next month, but read it straight through the first night it came in.

The graphic novel has all six comics in it. The illustrations are great. The cast all gave permission for their likenesses to be used. The story continues with Hawkins and Jake in Texas. The people of Jericho are also featured so you find out what's happening with those characters as well.

As far as I know, it's the same material as in the comics. There is even extra art at the end which I assume is the different comic covers.

Also, the price on this is AWSOME too - the comics are going for 10 bucks plus each!
Llathidan
This graphic novel is the continuation of the canceled Jericho TV show.

What would happen to the US if 20+ nuclear bombs went off simultaneously? The small town of Jericho Kansas is cut off from the world, facing fallout, and anarchy. Sounds depressing, but the show manages to be heartwarming as well as action packed.

My husband, 13 year old son, and I watched the series on Netflix and loved it. We were so happy when we heard about the comics. I bought this for my son's birthday next month, but read it straight through the first night it came in.

The graphic novel has all six comics in it. The illustrations are great. The cast all gave permission for their likenesses to be used. The story continues with Hawkins and Jake in Texas. The people of Jericho are also featured so you find out what's happening with those characters as well.

As far as I know, it's the same material as in the comics. There is even extra art at the end which I assume is the different comic covers.

Also, the price on this is AWSOME too - the comics are going for 10 bucks plus each!
Vutaur
This was a great continuation of the Jericho series. My wife and I were both sad when it ended, and overjoyed to find out it continued. Sadly, we moved before I finished it, and I don't know what happened to it, but it gives a lot of insight into the backstory of the man who was behind the bombings and helps answer a lot of the unanswered questions in Jericho.
Vutaur
This was a great continuation of the Jericho series. My wife and I were both sad when it ended, and overjoyed to find out it continued. Sadly, we moved before I finished it, and I don't know what happened to it, but it gives a lot of insight into the backstory of the man who was behind the bombings and helps answer a lot of the unanswered questions in Jericho.
I received the paperback graphic novel in the mail about 4 days after ordering it. I was not disappointed! The story continued from the Season 2, Episode 7 point. The drawings of the characters are excellent: the likeness of Skeet Ulrich (a.k.a. "Jake Green) and Lennie James (a.k.a. "Robert Hawkins") is amazing! My only wish is now that I have read Season 3:Civil War, I am wondering if the great cast, the directors, and the producers and crew will continue this story in some other format. If you were a fan of the television show "Jericho", you will enjoy catching up with the characters in the continuation of the series through the graphic novel, "Jericho: Season 3: Civil War".
I received the paperback graphic novel in the mail about 4 days after ordering it. I was not disappointed! The story continued from the Season 2, Episode 7 point. The drawings of the characters are excellent: the likeness of Skeet Ulrich (a.k.a. "Jake Green) and Lennie James (a.k.a. "Robert Hawkins") is amazing! My only wish is now that I have read Season 3:Civil War, I am wondering if the great cast, the directors, and the producers and crew will continue this story in some other format. If you were a fan of the television show "Jericho", you will enjoy catching up with the characters in the continuation of the series through the graphic novel, "Jericho: Season 3: Civil War".

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