Jericho Season 3
* 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...
- Paperback | 140 pages
- 167.64 x 256.54 x 10.16mm | 385.55g
- 16 Aug 2011
- Idea & Design Works
- San Diego, United States
About Don Shotz
Robert Levine is the co-creator of the hit television series Black Sails on Starz. His other credits include Jericho, Touch, and Human Target. Jason M. Burns is a comic book creator. His work includes Pocket God, based on the bestselling app; A Dummy's Guide to Danger; Dead@17: Rough Cut; Johnny Blaster's M-Force; and Dark Axis: Rise of the Overmen, to name a few. Matthew Federman is a television writer and producer best known for his work on Limitless, Human Target, Warehouse 13, Charlie's Angels, and Jericho. Dan Shotz is the executive producer of Black Sails. He has also served as co-executive producer for shows like Jericho, Common Law, Harper's Island, and Countdown.
Our customer reviews
Jericho was a TV series with an interesting premise and storyline. It was cancelled after the first season but fan reaction was so strong it was brought back for a second series before being cancelled again. Presumably fan reaction was strong enough to have it return for a third series but through the medium of a comic-book. This volume collects 6 issues or episodes that form a mini-series commencing where the last series left off. There isn't any more as it has probably been cancelled again. The plot does move forward but there is no satisfactory resolution or exciting cliff-hanger at the end. It also derails halfway through as we learn the backstory of the main antagonist "John Smith." The art is good and the likenesses of all the characters are good. You can hear the actors familiar voices as you read along. Because of such a large cast the supporting characters get very little attention. It seems a shame to have well rounded and developed characters appear for just a page to deliver a comic line or two. Mind you if they didn't you would wonder why they were missing. This isn't a good place to start with Jericho, check out the DVD's. If you are a fan and you miss it, and what fan wouldn't, then this is a very welcome arrival. Thumbs Up!show moreby 365 Graphic Novels