Peter Panzerfaust, Vol. 3: Cry of the Wolf

Kurtis J. Wiebe Tyler Jenkins

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Peter Panzerfaust, Vol. 3: Cry of the Wolf

Peter Panzerfaust Vol Cry of the Wolf Having faced the wrath of The Hook Peter and the Lost Boys join forces with the Braves in guerilla warfare from their secret hideout in the Sticks This time Felix is the man with the memories and a

  • Title: Peter Panzerfaust, Vol. 3: Cry of the Wolf
  • Author: Kurtis J. Wiebe Tyler Jenkins
  • ISBN: 9781607068648
  • Page: 116
  • Format: Paperback
  • Having faced the wrath of The Hook, Peter and the Lost Boys join forces with the Braves in guerilla warfare from their secret hideout in the Sticks This time, Felix is the man with the memories, and as Mr Parsons soon learns, he s not eager to revisit that life.Collects PETER PANZERFAUST 11 15.

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    1. Kaitlin on said:

      Another #GettingGraphic read and one I really started to enjoy. This boosted up from the second volume in terms of plot and artwork for me, and I felt like I was really immersed in this story over the second so I gave this 3.5*s

    2. Joe on said:

      Peter and crew continue to fight Hook and the Nazis. "Peter Panzerfaust, Vol. 3: Cry of the Wolf" was much more somber than the first two but this is not surprising given that Felix was the narrator this time. He has always seemed like a loner and an outsider and that is definitely reinforced here. His story is tragic with a final bit of story told without any words, told only with pictures that I'm slightly embarrassed to say made me tear up a little.I just love how this book mixes the sad with [...]

    3. Donovan on said:

      "To die would be an awfully big adventure."Volume 3 takes Peter and the Lost Boys to the French mountains in winter, where Kapitan Haken (Hook) and his band of ruthless Hunters begin a tireless battle of deception and explosives. Schmei's identity is a big reveal and game changer in this volume. We also learn more about Felix, as he relates his story to Mr. Parsons the writer in the present. He was an "angry boy with a rifle" almost begging for death, so as to avoid dealing with any memory of th [...]

    4. Kay on said:

      It's been years(!) since I last read Peter Panzerfaust, and I was certain that I would need to re-read vols. 1 & 2 before continuing with volume 3, but I'm surprised and happy to say I was able to pick right up where I left off. I enjoyed reading this grim war story from Felix's point of view/memories. Pretty gritty and sadwhat I think of as a good representation of a WWII comic. "Croc?"/maybe a gypsy(?) was a cool introduction & I hope we get to see more of "him" in the story.I'm having [...]

    5. Paul Allard on said:

      The “crocodile” enters into the story – betrayal and more wartime activityIn this third volume of a comic collection which runs to at least 5 volumes, we meet Peter Panzerfaust as his group of Lost Boys and the Darlings are betrayed by one of their group.The story told in sepia tones is engaging and nicely-illustrated as warfare continues as the Germans advance through France. I've got the next two volumes to work through and it should be worth the journey. Recommended for its novel perspe [...]

    6. AvidPasserby on said:

      Okay it's official, I'm in love with this series! Can you really blame me though? Not only has the story improved but so has the complexity of the characters as you switch back and forth between narratives and the art work as well since it's become so much more engaging than in the first few issues that there were. My intrigue has been caught by not only the return of a certain character (who will go unnamed for the moment so as not to spoil anything) but by the introduction of a very enigmatic [...]

    7. tony dillard jr on said:

      The World War II retelling of the legend of Peter Pan continues with Peter and his team of resistance fighters continuing to bring the fight to the Nazis in occupied France. The notorious Hook has supposedly been vanquished but when the Braves intercept a communique with a familiar signature, Peter is in more danger than believed imaginable. Could there be a traitor in the Lost Boys midst? I was more than happy with the ending to volume 2. Though I knew that Peter's story wasn't over, if that wa [...]

    8. Tara on said:

      Graphic novel set in WWII in France, featuring the French Resistence. I only gave this one four stars because I noticed in this volume that all the heroes faces look very much the same, except with different hair. I think I only just noticed because volume 2 was all about Julien (aka Curly) who had a big curly affro, so you could tell him apart easily from the others. In volume three, it's all about Felix's story, and that guy man. Unless he's standing with an older fellow, or with Curly, I had [...]

    9. Peter on said:

      3.5 stars. The comic has great potential which is met half of the time. The story line and artwork combine to give you something truly amazing. Other times the story line infuriates you, i.e. Jacques. That was probably the worst, drawn out secret in literature history. The artwork also falls short in some issues.

    10. Danielle on said:

      Not a bad issues, just not as engaging as the previous two, but still it moves the story along. I loved the depiction of Schemei in this story though and "The Croc" is just amazing, but you really wonder what is up with him, so its something I hope the later issues cover and don't leave us completely hanging on.

    11. Wes Baker on said:

      Still worth reading, but I think they're muddying up the series a bit. Hook and his hunters play a much bigger role in this volume, but Hook is still held back a bit, keeping some of the mystery behind him. I'm hoping they redeem themselves in the next volume.

    12. Scott (GrilledCheeseSamurai) on said:

      This TPB isn't actually out yet, I had to go onto Comixology and download the actual floppy's.Which I never do. I always wait for the trade.That in itself should be proof of how incredible I find this series. I'm just sad that I am all caught up now and have to wait like a normal Muggle.

    13. Lukas Holmes on said:

      Still a mess. The story doesn't really seem to make sense at times. I finish up the next volume but I just wish this had been more.

    14. Brenna on said:

      This volume was darker, but the series is still quite good. The "crocodile" was a major deus ex machina, and we met Smee.

    15. Caitlin Hoffer on said:

      Felix doesn't seem to elucidate his part of the story nearly as well as the others do.

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