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A global outbreak has turned the populace to homicidal maniacs…but some people were just born evil. A group of survivors is unaware that a calculating, lethal serial killer hides among them. In one terrifying moment, civilization crumbled.  An outbreak of insanity swept across the planet, turning millions of people into the scarred homicidal maniacs known as “the Crossed.”  A global outbreak has turned the populace to homicidal maniacs…but some people were just born evil. A group of survivors is unaware that a calculating, lethal serial killer hides among them. In one terrifying moment, civilization crumbled.  An outbreak of insanity swept across the planet, turning millions of people into the scarred homicidal maniacs known as “the Crossed.”  For one small band of survivors, the discovery of a starving, injured man in the desert seems like an unexpected blessing.  He knows where they could be safe: the location of the last holdout of the scientific community, where the military offers protection and the cure to the Crossed plague is being developed.  But Harold Lorre is not the savior they hope him to be.  He’s a calculating, lethal man whose mind was dangerously unhinged even before the world went mad.  Surrounded by marauding hordes, their nerves shattered by unending fear, the group fall victim to the manipulations and deadly perversions of a psychopath.  Writer David Lapham, the critically acclaimed creator of Stray Bullets, returns to the universe of Crossed with a descent into evil so far beyond what you could possibly imagine.


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A global outbreak has turned the populace to homicidal maniacs…but some people were just born evil. A group of survivors is unaware that a calculating, lethal serial killer hides among them. In one terrifying moment, civilization crumbled.  An outbreak of insanity swept across the planet, turning millions of people into the scarred homicidal maniacs known as “the Crossed.”  A global outbreak has turned the populace to homicidal maniacs…but some people were just born evil. A group of survivors is unaware that a calculating, lethal serial killer hides among them. In one terrifying moment, civilization crumbled.  An outbreak of insanity swept across the planet, turning millions of people into the scarred homicidal maniacs known as “the Crossed.”  For one small band of survivors, the discovery of a starving, injured man in the desert seems like an unexpected blessing.  He knows where they could be safe: the location of the last holdout of the scientific community, where the military offers protection and the cure to the Crossed plague is being developed.  But Harold Lorre is not the savior they hope him to be.  He’s a calculating, lethal man whose mind was dangerously unhinged even before the world went mad.  Surrounded by marauding hordes, their nerves shattered by unending fear, the group fall victim to the manipulations and deadly perversions of a psychopath.  Writer David Lapham, the critically acclaimed creator of Stray Bullets, returns to the universe of Crossed with a descent into evil so far beyond what you could possibly imagine.

30 review for Crossed, Vol. 3: Psychopath

  1. 4 out of 5

    Baba

    The Crossed Psychopath volume sees David Lapham double down on the darkness and horror from the previous Crossed volume Crossed, Vol. 2: Family Values, by throwing a hard core psychopath into the mix of the Crossed reality, just when you thought things couldn't possibly get any worse! I can't find any images from the comic book covers that I can use, as they are all too dark, graphic and horrific! MATURE READERS ONLY! 8 out of 12. The Crossed Psychopath volume sees David Lapham double down on the darkness and horror from the previous Crossed volume Crossed, Vol. 2: Family Values, by throwing a hard core psychopath into the mix of the Crossed reality, just when you thought things couldn't possibly get any worse! I can't find any images from the comic book covers that I can use, as they are all too dark, graphic and horrific! MATURE READERS ONLY! 8 out of 12.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Chris Thomas

    I feel the need to warn people away from this series. First, a caveat - I'm ok with "adult comics", so that is not really the issue here. The so-called "psychopath" is my main gripe. The guy is not a psychopath, in any sense of the word. He's batshit crazy, sure. But he is by no means a psychopath. Source: I'm a psychologist, innit. Also, read "The Wisdom of Psychopaths" by Kevin Dutton and "The Psychopath Test" by Jon Ronson. That will explain pretty well what a psychopath is, how they think and I feel the need to warn people away from this series. First, a caveat - I'm ok with "adult comics", so that is not really the issue here. The so-called "psychopath" is my main gripe. The guy is not a psychopath, in any sense of the word. He's batshit crazy, sure. But he is by no means a psychopath. Source: I'm a psychologist, innit. Also, read "The Wisdom of Psychopaths" by Kevin Dutton and "The Psychopath Test" by Jon Ronson. That will explain pretty well what a psychopath is, how they think and how they act. Further, the adultness of the comic is pretty over the top. If you are not comfortable with the film "The Hills Have Eyes" then avoid this series. Also, if you are uncomfortable with seeing a bunch of guys bugger and decimate some animals, and then bugger and decimate each other, then avoid this series. That is just an issue of personal taste of course... Finally, the dialogue can be piss poor in places. The characters are stereotyped and ridiculous. Why did I buy this in the first place? I was in Waterstones and it was in a plastic cover so I couldn't open it up. The front cover looked cool, and the blurb made it sound spectacular.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Quentin Wallace

    I keep thinking eventually this series will stop shocking me, but then every volume comes up with something sicker. I will say I have never seen a series so gruesome that is also so compelling. I would think a series that constantly goes for the "gross out" would be covering up the fact there's not much story there, but it's just not true. These are some of the best written horror comics I've read. This volume features something touched on in the previous volume (as well as in the Walking Dead) w I keep thinking eventually this series will stop shocking me, but then every volume comes up with something sicker. I will say I have never seen a series so gruesome that is also so compelling. I would think a series that constantly goes for the "gross out" would be covering up the fact there's not much story there, but it's just not true. These are some of the best written horror comics I've read. This volume features something touched on in the previous volume (as well as in the Walking Dead) which is that when monsters are everywhere, the real monsters could be the ones you don't recognize. This volume has a human character just as evil, if not moreso, than the infected Crossed. A band of human survivors ends up with a monster in their midst and doesn't realize it until it's too late. Great art, as the art in this entire series has been above average. As always, I will once again warn readers this is EXTREME horror and not for everywhere. But if you're into gore with your horror, this is definitely for you.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Elh R'

    Let's go straight to the point : This is the more stupid sick piece of crap that I read in all my life !!! Don't get me wrong, I don't get offended easily, nor shocked, but I hate stupid things. The vol 1 (written by Ennis) I liked very much, it's bloody, gore-porn, but it is intelligent. But this one, it just get bored, and more bored. I don't even know how I get to read all the book. After the first 2 issues I wanted to stop reading it, not for the gore, or the snuff graphics, but, because it i Let's go straight to the point : This is the more stupid sick piece of crap that I read in all my life !!! Don't get me wrong, I don't get offended easily, nor shocked, but I hate stupid things. The vol 1 (written by Ennis) I liked very much, it's bloody, gore-porn, but it is intelligent. But this one, it just get bored, and more bored. I don't even know how I get to read all the book. After the first 2 issues I wanted to stop reading it, not for the gore, or the snuff graphics, but, because it is just stupid. Come on, how much guts, blood, and gore can you see before it gets boring ? The story is kind of interesting, a group of survivors found a man, get him, care about him, only to know, at last, that he is a psycho, so, he kills everyone in the group, except a girl that remind him of the married woman that he was obsessed with. There is a sub-plot that the psycho (Lorre) wants to get vengeance against the crossed that killed the married woman. In between you've got a bloody gore fest. But ... I'm really mad about this book, it seams that all that Lapham wants to do is to get you shocked. The thing is, like in vol. 2 (written by Lapham, too), it lacks of deepness, content, something to say, it feels vile, like every other thousands of comics out there, only that this one is plagued with a gore fest. I don't know if I will continue reading this series, I like my gore being intelligent, having a message, something to say, not a bloody fest only for the shock value. So, if you never read Crossed, and you want to take a peek on this, buy the vol. 1, written by Ennis, but not this piece of crap. (I'm grateful I downloaded it, and didn't buy it)

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jesse A

    Not the same kind of gross out at the previous 2 volumes. I could see this being uncomfortable at best for a lot of people.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Courtney

    Ok. So! I was pretty disturbed from the beginning with this series but I did like the first volume of Crossed. I decided to continue down the reading list & stopped because I found Crossed, Volume 3: Psychopath to be a major PTSD trigger and a lot of scenes stick with me and give me nightmares. This Volume ruined it for me. I came across this comic series after googling a good alternative for The Walking Dead. While it is post-apocolypic and what I was looking for.. the severe sadistic nature of Ok. So! I was pretty disturbed from the beginning with this series but I did like the first volume of Crossed. I decided to continue down the reading list & stopped because I found Crossed, Volume 3: Psychopath to be a major PTSD trigger and a lot of scenes stick with me and give me nightmares. This Volume ruined it for me. I came across this comic series after googling a good alternative for The Walking Dead. While it is post-apocolypic and what I was looking for.. the severe sadistic nature of this comic turned me off. I didn't know anything about this series prior, but I noticed Garth Ennis was the writer of the first, so I decided to indulge in this series. Which may be the reason I didn't enjoy this Volume, it wasn't written by him. I'm not easily offended and I like limit pushing reads, so I figured I'd enjoy it. I found Volume 1 bearable, storyline was meh but still kept me curious. Volume 2 was pretty unsettling, but again, bearable & curious. Volume 3 though, it was brutal. I could barely get through it. I can normally read a Volume in one sitting, but it literally took me two days to read it I was that disturbed. I hated it. I will probably get into Badlands, but I can't say it will be anytime soon. Despite all that, the art was probably the best part. I liked how they framed most pages and scenes with something pertaining (hair, body parts, etc.). The art also had a much darker & disgusting feel to it than the previous two, but it suited. I also enjoyed learning more about how the Crossed behave. I would not recommend to the faint of heart. I am glad I read these online & did not purchase.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Sooraya Evans

    A new set of characters. Nothing to do with the previous volumes. In the midst of the crossed outbreak, a small band of survivors stumble upon an injured men. Little did they know, the harmless looking sicko has his own agenda. I love the progressive reveal from issue to issue. Right from the start, we could figure out Harold Lorre is bad news. The tension is compounded when threats are from within. Just when I thought things couldn’t possibly get any more disturbing, yet again I’m proven wrong. Co A new set of characters. Nothing to do with the previous volumes. In the midst of the crossed outbreak, a small band of survivors stumble upon an injured men. Little did they know, the harmless looking sicko has his own agenda. I love the progressive reveal from issue to issue. Right from the start, we could figure out Harold Lorre is bad news. The tension is compounded when threats are from within. Just when I thought things couldn’t possibly get any more disturbing, yet again I’m proven wrong. Compared to the first two, this volume is many times sicker and more disgusting. It shocks you right from the start. Story-wise, this volume is slipping. I particularly disliked the unresolved ending. Hopefully, the writing doesn’t go even more downhill after this.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Ten

    My rating does not come because of the content. Having read the other two Crossed volumes, I knew what I was getting into. My one star rating comes because of the amazing lack of depth that I felt from the characters. Isn't that sad? I'm unimpressed by this novel because of the lack of character depth, and not because of the many scenes of blood and gore... I'm a bad human being. Anyway, that being said, I agree with the others in their criticism over the writing in this graphic novel. I spent My rating does not come because of the content. Having read the other two Crossed volumes, I knew what I was getting into. My one star rating comes because of the amazing lack of depth that I felt from the characters. Isn't that sad? I'm unimpressed by this novel because of the lack of character depth, and not because of the many scenes of blood and gore... I'm a bad human being. Anyway, that being said, I agree with the others in their criticism over the writing in this graphic novel. I spent most of my time rolling my eyes at the predictable dialogue than anything else. The characters of the first volume had way more depth than these few: We see five characters, and ultimately they're dumbed down (even if it's in the mind of the protagonist) to just be goonish man, sex-bag woman. The women were stereotypically caring and naive (strange, given the hellish wasteland that surrounds them), making me groan with annoyance. But maybe that's just me. At the end of the novel I rolled my eyes and was left unsatisfied, and I'm not sure if that reflects badly on me as a human being, who just spent a few hours perusing page after page of graphic violence and sexual assault (even though those terms don't even begin to cut it), and still felt like I wasted my time. Hopefully Badlands will be better, if I even bother to get around to reading it.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Kaisersoze

    When it boils right down to it, everyone will have a perspective on where art crosses the line and becomes poor or disgusting in taste. And Volume 3 set in the world of Crossed represents that marker for me. Psychopath seems to have been written purely to disgust, outrage, upset, or even titillate its readers (and if you fall into the latter category, please do not track my ISP from this post). There was little on offer other than one scene after another of violence, death and rape - often in th When it boils right down to it, everyone will have a perspective on where art crosses the line and becomes poor or disgusting in taste. And Volume 3 set in the world of Crossed represents that marker for me. Psychopath seems to have been written purely to disgust, outrage, upset, or even titillate its readers (and if you fall into the latter category, please do not track my ISP from this post). There was little on offer other than one scene after another of violence, death and rape - often in that order. Character growth is limited to the titular psycho, rendering any impact his manipulation and destruction of the other survivors might have had as virtually non-existant. And the less said about the ridiculously unsatisfying ending, the better. I'll stick with the next entry, Badlands, but only because Garth Ennis is back to take over story duties. 1.5 Carnage Strewn Landscapes for Psychopath.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Kimberly Godwin

    After vol. 2, this Crossed volume felt tamer. It takes a different tactic and follows the narrative of a non-Crossed. Still all of the gore and WTF of the other volumes but with more suspense as the narrator slowly unravels his lies to the truth.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Duan

    Worst book of the series so far. As the title of the volume implies, we're following another psychopathic character in the Crossed universe. He meets up with a group of survivors and then sets about murdering them all in gruesome fashion. As is a common theme in Crossed, he deals with them with ways that are no less extreme than the titular sadist rape cannibals. There is a lot of media that deals with things from the "bad guys" perspective and the best of these work because they make the protag Worst book of the series so far. As the title of the volume implies, we're following another psychopathic character in the Crossed universe. He meets up with a group of survivors and then sets about murdering them all in gruesome fashion. As is a common theme in Crossed, he deals with them with ways that are no less extreme than the titular sadist rape cannibals. There is a lot of media that deals with things from the "bad guys" perspective and the best of these work because they make the protagonist compelling. So even if you're rooting for them to get caught, you're enjoying the ride, so to speak. Despite the bad deeds of the character, at least a little part of you wants them to get away with it for a little longer, to see what happens, and how this affects the characters. I didn't feel this at all here. I really hated Lorre, and he didn't have any redeeming qualities to make me want to keep reading despite that. I get that this is a horror book, but he just presented as so over the top evil it was hard to swallow. And again, the gross out behaviours that happen are just so monstrous that they make it even less enjoyable. Was just not a fan.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Ollie Hudd

    Of being a die-hard comic book fan since the age of six years old, I can only say that this is a revolting graphic novel. I could hardly get past the first page without vomiting in utter disgust of this. I am a great fan of post apocalyptic fiction, but thought it was unnecessarily horrid and, quite frankly, traumatising. If a fan of people tearing apart animals, shagging them, then doing the same to each while laughing, then you will enjoy this book. If you (like me), think an idea like that is Of being a die-hard comic book fan since the age of six years old, I can only say that this is a revolting graphic novel. I could hardly get past the first page without vomiting in utter disgust of this. I am a great fan of post apocalyptic fiction, but thought it was unnecessarily horrid and, quite frankly, traumatising. If a fan of people tearing apart animals, shagging them, then doing the same to each while laughing, then you will enjoy this book. If you (like me), think an idea like that is repulsive, I recommend you stay well away from this.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Shamus

    A nice idea for a comparison between the kind of human psychotic would survive in the future of a world infested with The Crossed, however, there are times when the dialog is very poorly done. Overall, an okay addition to the series.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Hans Johansen

    Not too shabby. A little bit 'shocking' for shocking shake, trying a little bit too hard to emulate Garth Ennis. Not too shabby. A little bit 'shocking' for shocking shake, trying a little bit too hard to emulate Garth Ennis.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Kaitlyn

    Not the first Crossed I read, but the easiest to review. Its bad. The issue with the whole series/concept/world of Crossed (and this won't be the last time I bring it up) is that it came too late. We already had Hills Have Eyes, Saw, Hostel, and Cannibal Holocaust. We already had the dark, gritty, graphically gory torture porn. The entire Crossed series is an attempt to push boundaries, to shock. But its far, far too late to the party. We've seen all of this already. We've seen worse. It comes o Not the first Crossed I read, but the easiest to review. Its bad. The issue with the whole series/concept/world of Crossed (and this won't be the last time I bring it up) is that it came too late. We already had Hills Have Eyes, Saw, Hostel, and Cannibal Holocaust. We already had the dark, gritty, graphically gory torture porn. The entire Crossed series is an attempt to push boundaries, to shock. But its far, far too late to the party. We've seen all of this already. We've seen worse. It comes off like an edgy teen seeing Saw and telling his buddies "Duuuude, let's totally be grosser!" Its the comic equivalent of Scroty McBoogerballs, but without the cleverness. The dialogue is clunky and made me roll my eyes. The characters are inconsistent and one-dimensional. It played a bit with misdirection, but was clumsy in its execution. It leans too heavily on profanity. Let me be clear - I'm not offended or scandalized by it. It lacks the creativity and variety to actually elicit a reaction. If you repeat the same curse words over and over, they just become noise. They lose their impact. In the hands of a really talented set of writers, I could see the Crossed or a psychopathic character saying some truly disturbing, creepy shit without using profanity like a crutch. The psychopath felt like an off-brand Rorschach, and a caricature. It was a child's understanding of psychopathy. It reads like when a high schooler on Reddit comments in a RoastMe thread thinking he's the next Hannibal Lecter and you can't help but laugh. (I know they aren't technically zombies. But the series embraces every. single. trope. found in the 'fast zombies' subgenre, so I'm just gonna toss it in with that category.)

  16. 5 out of 5

    Danny Jacobs

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES IS THIS SERIES FOR CHILDREN, TWEENS OR TEENS. STRICTLY ADULT. TRIGGER WARNING: VIOLENCE, MURDER, CANNIBALISM, RAPE, ANIMAL CRUELTY I am the kind of person that likes the most messed up things aka shock value. This series has it and it hides literally nothing. As I pride myself in my PC moral ways this is in no way PC. I realise now 3 books in that each one is done by a different artist and writer (never paid attention to authors) and this one probably my least favorite out o UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES IS THIS SERIES FOR CHILDREN, TWEENS OR TEENS. STRICTLY ADULT. TRIGGER WARNING: VIOLENCE, MURDER, CANNIBALISM, RAPE, ANIMAL CRUELTY I am the kind of person that likes the most messed up things aka shock value. This series has it and it hides literally nothing. As I pride myself in my PC moral ways this is in no way PC. I realise now 3 books in that each one is done by a different artist and writer (never paid attention to authors) and this one probably my least favorite out of the three, alot of dark colors sometimes the scenes were too dark but the brutality was all there. I love the art style, i love how dark the stories get, and to be honest I like how there isn't a "stay alive until help arrives", there is no end in sight its strictly how long can you survive. This book focused more on the "main character" whose this insane twisted guy who just is a sociopath who has adjusted very well to how the world changed. I like how the main character is evil and he manages to get away in the end.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Nate

    Another useless Crossed story by David Lapham. This is even more disgusting than Family Values, epitomizing the notion of “shock value for shock value’s sake.” I don’t mind gore, but it has to be in service of a good story, which this is not. A disturbed (non-crossed) loner joins a group of civilians with the false promise of leading them to safety. The idea here is that non-crossed people can be just as cruel and perverted as the crossed. Well, that’s about as subtle as a sledgehammer, and Laph Another useless Crossed story by David Lapham. This is even more disgusting than Family Values, epitomizing the notion of “shock value for shock value’s sake.” I don’t mind gore, but it has to be in service of a good story, which this is not. A disturbed (non-crossed) loner joins a group of civilians with the false promise of leading them to safety. The idea here is that non-crossed people can be just as cruel and perverted as the crossed. Well, that’s about as subtle as a sledgehammer, and Lapham doesn’t do the story any favors with his piss-poor dialogue and narration. I will say that the artist does a good job visualizing the carnage, even utilizing creative (read: gross) panel construction and borders. But it’s not enough for me to recommend this pile of garbage.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Chris

    To be honest, this pushed the boundaries of what I am comfortable reading in terms of how graphic it is, however it was also disturbingly compelling, even if I feel the author and artist went a bit too far. I’ve never read anything like it (including other Crossed tales) and I’m not sure I want to again, but it was an truly experience seeing the world through the eyes of the central character. Insight into the mind of an extremely dangerous and warped individual. And I also admit I did laugh once To be honest, this pushed the boundaries of what I am comfortable reading in terms of how graphic it is, however it was also disturbingly compelling, even if I feel the author and artist went a bit too far. I’ve never read anything like it (including other Crossed tales) and I’m not sure I want to again, but it was an truly experience seeing the world through the eyes of the central character. Insight into the mind of an extremely dangerous and warped individual. And I also admit I did laugh once or twice at some of the truly inappropriate lines, possibly through shock. Highly recommended to those who have the stomach for it.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Clare

    This is one of the best Crossed volumes following a very sick, twisted misfit who has thrived after the outbreak. I can see why a lot of people have given this bad reviews but I don’t think the violence and dark sexual tones in this one is in any way gratuitous. It raises the question, what could be worse than the Crossed? Someone who is not Crossed, who knows and enjoys what he’s doing and takes advantage of the chaos and disorder around him. A genuinely terrifying read examining the ugliest si This is one of the best Crossed volumes following a very sick, twisted misfit who has thrived after the outbreak. I can see why a lot of people have given this bad reviews but I don’t think the violence and dark sexual tones in this one is in any way gratuitous. It raises the question, what could be worse than the Crossed? Someone who is not Crossed, who knows and enjoys what he’s doing and takes advantage of the chaos and disorder around him. A genuinely terrifying read examining the ugliest side of humanity.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Allan

    Visceral, extreme horror graphic novel. The publications based on this world just keep getting increasingly darker and scatalogical. I'm not sure what to do with these books when I'm done...I'm definitely never loaning them to anyone for fear they would mark me as a degenerate. I'm also not comfortable keeping them in my library lest my kids ever stumble onto them (and get traumatized). I have like 5 more to get through and I'm not sure I can do it... Visceral, extreme horror graphic novel. The publications based on this world just keep getting increasingly darker and scatalogical. I'm not sure what to do with these books when I'm done...I'm definitely never loaning them to anyone for fear they would mark me as a degenerate. I'm also not comfortable keeping them in my library lest my kids ever stumble onto them (and get traumatized). I have like 5 more to get through and I'm not sure I can do it...

  21. 5 out of 5

    Andrew

    Another dark story. I wasn't feeling it. There's nothing wrong with the story except the art. I've seen the style before and have never liked it. It's muddy and ugly. The ugliness serves the story, but the muddy is unacceptable. Story is fine, but it was just too much for me. Congratulations to the author for being true to the main character, he didn't pull anyway from it. I also read this right after Vol 2, so it might just have been an overload on dark. Another dark story. I wasn't feeling it. There's nothing wrong with the story except the art. I've seen the style before and have never liked it. It's muddy and ugly. The ugliness serves the story, but the muddy is unacceptable. Story is fine, but it was just too much for me. Congratulations to the author for being true to the main character, he didn't pull anyway from it. I also read this right after Vol 2, so it might just have been an overload on dark.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Juffer

    Well, this is my least favorite Crossed book. One story, which was a bonus. It had an interesting concept, however the ending was a complete dud. Usually there's more substance in a Crossed book. This one had one theme and stuck to it. Banality and mediocrity at its best. The art was fantastic, though. Well, this is my least favorite Crossed book. One story, which was a bonus. It had an interesting concept, however the ending was a complete dud. Usually there's more substance in a Crossed book. This one had one theme and stuck to it. Banality and mediocrity at its best. The art was fantastic, though.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Eric T

    This book is awesome. Perversion, gruesome and filthy. If you like pathological, delusive murderer in an oppressing post apocoplystic world in which depraved cannibals (zombies) are omnipresent and will do everything to make sure you suffer and be humiliated in every possible way, mentally or physically, then this is a book for you.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Oliver Miller

    really really disgusting and vile, in a different way than the first two. the writing is still garbage, but this volume was so unsettling it almost made me sick. the art is also really good in this volume. but still, avoid this series if you're prone to upset stomach and vile things, i would never recommend anyone read this trash. really really disgusting and vile, in a different way than the first two. the writing is still garbage, but this volume was so unsettling it almost made me sick. the art is also really good in this volume. but still, avoid this series if you're prone to upset stomach and vile things, i would never recommend anyone read this trash.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Sarospice

    Meh. Probably the worst of this series as it's just senseless torture porn. It could have been interesting to see a psychopath in a psychopath world but I didn't feel Lapham knows what that would be. Someone do a wellness check on his wife's left tit please. Meh. Probably the worst of this series as it's just senseless torture porn. It could have been interesting to see a psychopath in a psychopath world but I didn't feel Lapham knows what that would be. Someone do a wellness check on his wife's left tit please.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Geoffrey

    Absolute trash. The only thing that saved it from 1-star was the art work.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Koen

    say whaaaat! Okay, we all know "Crossed" is really out there... but this was just BONKERS :/ say whaaaat! Okay, we all know "Crossed" is really out there... but this was just BONKERS :/

  28. 4 out of 5

    Monqeth

    Humans can be more cruel than animals, and even more than the "crazed crossed" ones. Humans can be more cruel than animals, and even more than the "crazed crossed" ones.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Stefan

    Not as good as the previous issues in the series. This one seems to be more depraved just for the hell of it.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Larry Kenney

    The third arc of the Crossed series. While the whole series has been over the top violence and gore, this one just felt like it was trying too hard to be shocking.

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