Saturday, January 31, 2015

Samurai Jack Volume 3: Quest Of The Broken Blade [Review]

Author: Andy Suriano
Genres: Graphic Novel, Children's Fiction. 
Release Date: 31st March 2015
Publishers: Diamond Book Distributors
No. Pages: 100
Source: Netgalley

After the Threads of Time failed to return Jack back to the past, he searches for a new way to return to his rightful era. 

But will Jack be willing to risk his magical blade in order to open a new portal to the past?

I got this book from the publisher through Netgalley in exchange of an honest review.


This graphic novel was action-packed and fun to read. The plot was great and fun. Such a fun story i felt like a child again watching Cartoon Network.

The illustrations were well drawn and not like creepy in a creepy kind of way that some graphic novels tend to do. It was also really colorful. and I loved how the eyes of the monks were drawn.

I don't know about you guys but I loved the Villain, Aku. He was so hilarious i couldn't stop laughing. Great just great.

Samurai Jack has a lot of spirit and dignity and all what you would love to see in a hero and he really shows it in this volume.

If you would like to have a fun time and have a quick read, then you should definitely read this book.

I gave this book ★★★★ on Goodreads

1 comment:

  1. From the cover I can see what you mean about the illustrations not being too creepy. It's a strong cover without being intimidating or scary.