Charmed: Season 9, Volume 3

Paul Ruditis Constance M. Burge

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Charmed: Season 9, Volume 3

Charmed Season Volume The years have passed quickly for The Charmed Ones since they learned of their magical heritage In only one decade they have experienced so much love and loss joy and sorrow failure and success But

  • Title: Charmed: Season 9, Volume 3
  • Author: Paul Ruditis Constance M. Burge
  • ISBN: 9781937068967
  • Page: 265
  • Format: Paperback
  • The years have passed quickly for The Charmed Ones since they learned of their magical heritage In only one decade they have experienced so much love and loss, joy and sorrow, failure and success But time marches on and new challenges will be met as Phoebe is haunted by her past, Piper must deal with the present, and Paige is forced to cope with the future But none of tThe years have passed quickly for The Charmed Ones since they learned of their magical heritage In only one decade they have experienced so much love and loss, joy and sorrow, failure and success But time marches on and new challenges will be met as Phoebe is haunted by her past, Piper must deal with the present, and Paige is forced to cope with the future But none of those events will prepare them to face the truth behind a family secret that could change everything for the Warren line

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    One thought on “Charmed: Season 9, Volume 3

    1. Luke on said:

      It isCharmed : Of course it is going to be amazing.(Reread in 2015: July 2-12th)

    2. Charlot on said:

      Ik heb alle seizoenen van Charmed verslonden op tv. Ook de pocketboekjes heb ik zoveel mogelijk gelezen. Toen ik deze in de kringloop zag liggen, moest ik m hebben. Het zijn gewoon losse verhalen, die samen wel een rode draad hebben. Het gaat natuurlijk over de Charmed zussen en ze maken van alles mee. De tekenstijl twijfel ik nog een beetje aan. Ik had de stille hoop dat de tekeningen wel zouden lijken op de dames uit de tv serie, maar ik kon bijvoorbeeld Paige amper herkennen. Heerlijk nostalg [...]

    3. Raquel (Rocki) on said:

      Now they all know Cole is back and Henry jr. looks like he is going to be staying in this family. So much happening in this graphic novel. I hope the next one doesn't leave off on a cliff hanger or anything. (view spoiler)[ Prue is back in action. Can't believe that, I am so glade yet sad at the same time. (hide spoiler)]

    4. Victoria Kennedy on said:

      Originally published on My Books Are MeI can't get enough of these graphic novels! I love being back with the sisters and continuing their story. I love the return of some amazing characters, and I hope we get to see more of them in the future volumes! Volume 3 follows Cole trying to move on by helping Patty and Grams with an important task, which eventually leads to mayhem for the Power of Three. However, the balance is soon set right and sisters are reunited. Meanwhile, Piper opens her new res [...]

    5. harlequin Stephanie on said:

      This did not blow me away. It was entertaining sure, but seemed to lack a solid direction. I do recommend for die hard fans of the show.The individual plot for each issue dominated the scene shoving the plot for this volume into the background. For the first few issues I was tapping my fingers waiting for a plot.Also, the resurrection of previous characters is becoming cliche.Preview courtesy of Netgalley & Zenescope.

    6. SariaBeainy on said:

      SOFinished the 3rd volume today.Right after the 2nd. And man oh man I still like it.Mind you, some people who weren't as obsessed with Charmed might find it lame? I dunno. I'm usually very picky when it comes to plotlines, but you know what they say - something about one being biased towards things they're obsessed with? LOLSo my suspicions from my previous review of volume 2 were right.(view spoiler)[Prue is back and so is Cole. Now I feel a little bit nostalgic that Prue isn't back in well Pru [...]

    7. Kara on said:

      It was a weird story arc with Prue, something they didn't really take the time to explain enough and it didn't give us enough time with her to be sad when she left. I didn't think I would but I did enjoy the side stories like Piper opening the restaurant and Paige using magic to help get her sons back. Overall it was fine, but I wasn't impressed with the Pru story line which was the most important one.

    8. Sara on said:

      Piper is about to open her new restaurant, she’s working hard and long hours to get it done. She’s barely at home and her children miss her. Wyatt performs a multiplicity spell to create more Pipers so that she can get many tasks done… such as chores, working, spending time with family and special time with Leo.Coop is getting tired of his work when his duties as a father and husband often take over. He’s also beginning to question his past, who his family was and where he came from. Pho [...]

    9. elizabeth • paper ghosts on said:

      Full review to comeeventually!Notes*This volume was so much better! Way better than the first, and either right on par or just slightly better than the second. The story felt smooth and cohesive, and pace was just right. Enough speed to keep me interested, but not so much that I have whiplash by the end. *I appreciated having the same artist for chapters 1 - 6. It made the whole story arc feel cohesive, though that particular artist is not one of my favorites. The girls are inconsistently draw [...]

    10. Josie Ann on said:

      I was very excited to get my hands on a copy of this Comic Book, courtesy of NetGalley, and it was enjoyable. If anyone knows me, they know that I have a slight obsession with Charmed, seeing as to how I've been watching reruns of it for at least the past 3 years. I've tried to stop watching it, but like I said it's been quite an obsession; I know almost all the episodes word for word. I had mixed emotions when reading this comic book; I loved the fact that some old characters were brought back [...]

    11. Traci on said:

      I was really happy to get my hands on this volume. I'm not reading the comics as standalone novels, but rather collecting the graphic novel version. It saves me the clutter so I'm a bit behind everyone else.I think this collection was better than the first two only because we get to see more of the Charmed Ones living their normal lives, rather than fighting an epic battle in the first two books. And, after the bombshell in the last novel from Grams and Penny about Prue, we get to see what happe [...]

    12. Alisha on said:

      I absolutely love these graphic novel that show what is happening after the final season of the TV show. Things that I do like: I love that the Charmed Ones are still going through life with using magic and that their children are developing magical powers as well. I love that they set up these graphic novels as the ninth season. I really enjoy reading about the girls and the things that they are going through even if it isn't about demonic entities trying to take over again. The Charmed Ones se [...]

    13. Cyndy Otty on said:

      I continue to have mixed feelings about these comics. I'm mostly put off by how overpowered the sisters (and their significant others in some cases) have become, but this volume seems to be dialing that back a bit which is enough for me to uprate it a star. Unfortunately, the writing and artwork is still struggling and this far into the "season" I am left feeling it will never get beyond mediocre at best.I'll finish out the next volume, but I don't know if I'll bother with the next "season."

    14. Ashley on said:

      I liked the return of two former characters--it's great how the writer is able to bring back whoever he wants for the storylines. I also liked how this story arc ended. There was more plot development in this volume than in previous ones. This volume included issues 13-18.

    15. Fate's Lady on said:

      The plot has picked up the pace, the stories remain fun, elements laid down in the first two volumes are coming into play this is a really good, solid comic, and although the art in the last chapter is awful, I think that's really my only complaint. Go Team Charmed!

    16. Jovy on said:

      I like the first 2 volume better than this but it's still good to read. I'm not sure what is missing from this volume that the previous have, maybe more comprehensive information? Prue is back and somehow their powers went berserk when Paige and Prue had physical contact!!!

    17. Mary on said:

      A few originals, but a change of plot.The drawings were a bit better than the fourth one since I read that before this one.The storyline with Prue did make sense in a way.But it seemed kinda wasted and with Cole also.

    18. Sylvester Kuo on said:

      This arc felt quite empty and far fetched, so Prue is back but the power of three cannot function if there are four sisters and the sacrifice had to be made.

    19. Matthew Leeth on said:

      The writers know the characters so well. Everything in this is perfect. Loved the stories and the dialogue. It's amazing.

    20. Cassie Hawkings on said:

      Brilliant! Paige is a brilliantly amazing mother. I loved how Paige met Prue and how Prue gave up her powers so that Paige could continue to take over her place in the Power of Three.

    21. Jill on said:

      If you are missing the Charmed TV Show - read the comics. Not as fulfilling as the show - but at least there is more stories of the Charmed ones!

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