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FreakAngels, Volume 3 by Warren Ellis
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Jul 01, 12

bookshelves: comics, copyleft, dystopia, postapocalyptic, england, europe, postmodernism, steampunk, 21st-century
Read from September 14 to October 09, 2009, read count: 1

Things take a dark turn in Whitechapel...

Possibly not my favourite story arc so far (I guess I'll always have a special fancy for the first volume); although it may just be that this is the first one I read as it was posted online week by week, rather than in huge breathless chunks.

In notice 3 Ellis had written "we’re actually still inside the first 24 hours of the story. It could take me three years just to reach the end of the first week. I might die of old age before I reach the end of the first month."
Cheeky Warren... 3 episodes later, volume three begins with a "One week later" heading.

The FreakAngels that surfaced in volume two are given special prominence, particularly Kaitlyn.
And in the very last page...

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