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Dawn Volume 3: Three Tiers

4.09  ·  Rating Details ·  77 Ratings  ·  7 Reviews
Here is the collection you've been waiting for! Joseph Michael Linsner has put three long years into creating this epic work -- but you get to read it all at once! In a post-apocalyptic Europa, Dawn leads New York warrior Darrian Ashoka through wars, disasters and fire. His dangerous liaisons bring him up against the three faces of the Goddess. Is Dawn a virgin, a queen or ...more
Hardcover, 176 pages
Published July 1st 2006 by Image Comics
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Vincenzo Bilof
Sep 05, 2016 Vincenzo Bilof rated it it was amazing
First, I will start by saying that I am going to post this same review for two of the Dawn collections, because I think my thoughts on the pieces as a whole are interconnected.

As a comic fan in the 90s, I, like a lot of readers, noticed the “bad girl” comics explosion, in which busy girls were used to sell comics. What a lot of readers don’t know is that many of those comics had legitimately strong stories, and the art was simply a way to entice readers to check out the work. Lady Death is one p
Elizabeth Reuter
Jan 11, 2013 Elizabeth Reuter rated it it was amazing
I love Linsner's work. He twists metaphor into a literal form, so that reading his version of reality is like paging through a sexier version of Lewis Carroll's Wonderland. Complete with beautiful, complex illustrations, I can read each book several times and find new hints and background details in the pictures each time.

In Three Tiers obsessed warrior Darrian fights his way through several countries to find his true love, Dawn, and finds her somehow incorporated into several women he meets, a
Aug 07, 2011 Jarlos added it
lacking the dvisiveness of heaven and hell, this story is an earthbound Dawn tale, which shouldn't have been as interesting as it was. the strength of it comes from the angst in Darrian's journey. and it is interesting to see what effect Dawn has on Darrian after the events of the first book. Epic in scope and emotions, i dug this book but definitely not as much as the first.
Andy Wisely
Jul 05, 2012 Andy Wisely rated it did not like it
Shelves: comics, dawn
I read this book expecting to see a lot of Dawn, her name being the main title. But nooo ... this book should have been titled "Darrian Ashoka" instead.
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Joseph Michael Linsner is most well-known for DAWN, his personal Pin-Up Goddess. After her debut appearance on the cover of CRY FOR DAWN #1 in 1989, Dawn struck a chord with thousands of fans on an international level. She is currently published in six languages and has come to life in the form of statues, action figures, t-shirts, lithographs, lunch boxes and trading cards..An award winning ...more
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