Priest, Volume 3
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In the Wild West even souls are for sale. Set in a futuristic 19th Century America, Priest tells the tale of Ivan Isaacs, a former man of the cloth who sells his soul to gain power and to seek vengeance. But the devil also works in mysterious ways, and Ivan is drawn into the plans of Temozare, an enigmatic demon seeking to complete the Circle of the Unholy Sabbath in order...more
Paperback, 176 pages
Published November 19th 2002 by TokyoPop (first published December 31st 1999)
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Leila Anani
A fascinating chapter in this superb gothic western vampire saga. The first half concludes the Requiem for the Damned arc and it is the best artwork yet. The copies of the Medieval woodcuts are stunning. It's also really twisted and we get some wonderful grotesque imagery like the demon/fallen angel Temozarella with his multiplied gas mask suspended in this needle like tower and the satanic sculpture of wired together bodies is like something out of Clive Barker. I like how the new railway makes...more
Robert Beveridge
Min-woo Hyung, Priest vol. 3: Requiem for the Damned (Tokyopop, 2002)

Hyung brings the first major story arc of Priest to a close in Requiem for the Damned, the third volume in the series. Actually, he kind of did that at the end of book two, so this should come as no surprise. The first half of this book is cleanup, though he's given us an idea of where the next big story arc is going. It's the second half of this one that gets intriguing. Hyung sends us forward in time three hundred years, to m...more
Angel
Oct 02, 2008 Angel rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: people who like westerns with a touch of horror
Shelves: manga-manhwa-etc
Isaac Ivans's saga continues in the third volume to the series. A federal marshall and his team are investigating the deaths in various towns, and Lizzie becomes their prime witness. And then, things take an interesting turn as the story moves into the future into modern day. A secret organization has discovered Father Isaac's journal, and another young priest is now brought into the group. Overall, the series is picking up and getting interesting. I will be seeking out the next volume soon.
Kenneth Weiland
This series is beginning to grow on me. I really love how the plot folds out. Nothing is just a dead give away, and the jumps in time works for me.

The drawing-style tended to annoy me at first, but now I've begun to love it. So I'm sure I'll read this series to the end.
Caroline
Interesting and well-crafted story, and I loved the art in these.
Ash
Didn't like it that much like the last two
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