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In this third volume of Digger, covering chapters five and six of Ursula Vernon's webcomic, our wombat Heroine is driven from the protective care of the Hag by the persistent efforts of Captain Jhalm. Back in the strange world outside the temple of Ganesh, Digger encounters friends new and old, while often confronting the age-old question of the nature of good and evil. Se In this third volume of Digger, covering chapters five and six of Ursula Vernon's webcomic, our wombat Heroine is driven from the protective care of the Hag by the persistent efforts of Captain Jhalm. Back in the strange world outside the temple of Ganesh, Digger encounters friends new and old, while often confronting the age-old question of the nature of good and evil. Seemingly simple answers lead to complicated consequences, foes turn into allies, and Digger must continue to sort out who she can trust in her quest to find her way back home.


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In this third volume of Digger, covering chapters five and six of Ursula Vernon's webcomic, our wombat Heroine is driven from the protective care of the Hag by the persistent efforts of Captain Jhalm. Back in the strange world outside the temple of Ganesh, Digger encounters friends new and old, while often confronting the age-old question of the nature of good and evil. Se In this third volume of Digger, covering chapters five and six of Ursula Vernon's webcomic, our wombat Heroine is driven from the protective care of the Hag by the persistent efforts of Captain Jhalm. Back in the strange world outside the temple of Ganesh, Digger encounters friends new and old, while often confronting the age-old question of the nature of good and evil. Seemingly simple answers lead to complicated consequences, foes turn into allies, and Digger must continue to sort out who she can trust in her quest to find her way back home.

30 review for Digger, Volume Three

  1. 5 out of 5

    Mir

    My library doesn't have this. I'm enjoying this series so much that I decided to spring for the Complete Omnibus instead of buying the individual volumes. The Omnibus doesn't indicate where the book breaks were, so I can't say anything about this volume specifically, but the entire thing is awesome so 5 stars! Read this unless you are humorless or hate wombats. My library doesn't have this. I'm enjoying this series so much that I decided to spring for the Complete Omnibus instead of buying the individual volumes. The Omnibus doesn't indicate where the book breaks were, so I can't say anything about this volume specifically, but the entire thing is awesome so 5 stars! Read this unless you are humorless or hate wombats.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Mary Catelli

    And the plot threads wind on. . . . spoilers for the earlier stuff ahead. . . It opens -- again -- with Digger recovering from injuries in the hag's care. And the statue talking with Murai about what they saw. The Veiled are ready to arrest Digger, and only the statue's influence keeps it from happening within the temple. The Cold Servants come forth and things are learned. The Shadowchild wants Digger to explain evil, and makes things awkward for hyenas. Murai tells Digger a legend and asks her o And the plot threads wind on. . . . spoilers for the earlier stuff ahead. . . It opens -- again -- with Digger recovering from injuries in the hag's care. And the statue talking with Murai about what they saw. The Veiled are ready to arrest Digger, and only the statue's influence keeps it from happening within the temple. The Cold Servants come forth and things are learned. The Shadowchild wants Digger to explain evil, and makes things awkward for hyenas. Murai tells Digger a legend and asks her on a journey. Digger confesses to a fear of ducks. A hyena explains that something that happened is bad for the dead. Later, she explains that Digger has to come armed to their village. And more. They discover enough about the tunnel to have a way to search for more.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Octavia Cade

    Digger, getting increasingly more sick of shit and increasingly more terrified of the local teenage healer, is pursued by the metal birds of cave-and-chained-god-dom. This is a difficulty. She's also stuck trying to teach a shadow-eating monster basic morality (which it interprets as talking to deer ad nauseum until the neighbourhood hyena population starves) while dealing with vampiric vegetables and troll riding. Sooner or later she's going to flip entirely, and I've yet to decide who gets tak Digger, getting increasingly more sick of shit and increasingly more terrified of the local teenage healer, is pursued by the metal birds of cave-and-chained-god-dom. This is a difficulty. She's also stuck trying to teach a shadow-eating monster basic morality (which it interprets as talking to deer ad nauseum until the neighbourhood hyena population starves) while dealing with vampiric vegetables and troll riding. Sooner or later she's going to flip entirely, and I've yet to decide who gets taken out with a pickaxe first. I admit to being less enthused by the shadow creature than the rest, so I hope its chirpy ignorance is at the front of the queue. As long as it isn't Ed, the exiled hyena, who I feel badly for.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Donny Forbes

    Somehow Digger just keeps getting better.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Schulz

    I wasn't sure how much stranger this story could get; I need to stop wondering that and just go with the flow! What a delightful adventure, wrapped in humor, threaded through with moral philosophy. I wasn't sure how much stranger this story could get; I need to stop wondering that and just go with the flow! What a delightful adventure, wrapped in humor, threaded through with moral philosophy.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Yana

    It was fine. I will not continue with this series. The excitement of the first book is not enough to keep me going.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Kir

    4.5 ⭐ I may have snorted with laughter a few times. Vernon has a great way of balancing her humour so there's never too much, or the deadpan balances out the ridiculous. 4.5 ⭐ I may have snorted with laughter a few times. Vernon has a great way of balancing her humour so there's never too much, or the deadpan balances out the ridiculous.

  8. 5 out of 5

    J

    Some of the best characters out there. Boneclaw Mother gets introduced at the end of this book, and she's a fantastic character. Some of the best characters out there. Boneclaw Mother gets introduced at the end of this book, and she's a fantastic character.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Christiane

    Did I already mention the main character in this series is a wombat? Why would anyone not want to read this?! In this volume we also meet totally cute trolls and see the return of the vampire squash. There is also a lot of discussion about the nature of good and evil, but it does not interfere with a rousing good story. Suggest this to your comic fans who have already finished Bone, Amulet, and Elsewhere Chronicles. And who like a little bit of the macabre in with their humor.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Lily

    Again, an excellent graphic novel by a consistently funny and clever writer/artist. The adventure of the wombat Digger continues, with further explanations of Murai and the Dark Mother. This volume ends with a cliffhanger - will Digger survive the hyenas' funeral feast? I'm hoping that there are enough further pages published at this point (mid 2009) for Volume 4 to be published soon. I've said it before, and I'll say it again, you have to read Digger! Again, an excellent graphic novel by a consistently funny and clever writer/artist. The adventure of the wombat Digger continues, with further explanations of Murai and the Dark Mother. This volume ends with a cliffhanger - will Digger survive the hyenas' funeral feast? I'm hoping that there are enough further pages published at this point (mid 2009) for Volume 4 to be published soon. I've said it before, and I'll say it again, you have to read Digger!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Fraser Sherman

    The female wombat digger finds the events of the previous collection following her home as she deals with having to explain good and evil to a possible demon, coping with a cult of killer hyenas and priests both suspicious and friendly. Not as good as the first two volumes, but that's still pretty good. The female wombat digger finds the events of the previous collection following her home as she deals with having to explain good and evil to a possible demon, coping with a cult of killer hyenas and priests both suspicious and friendly. Not as good as the first two volumes, but that's still pretty good.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Horizon

    This is my new favorite author! I was very excited to be able to carry her books at Horizon. I have been making myself not devour them all at once, but to savor them one at a time. Deliciously quirky!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Mark

    Volume three brings the battle back to the surface, though battle is hardly the word. chase, perhaps. a small victory and a greater challenge, and a cliffhanger on the introduction of one the best characters in the series - boneclaw mother.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Melissa

    My love for this series continues to grow. Digger is a true (snarky) heroine.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Catherine

    Another terrific chapter in the ongoing adventures of Digger the wombat. Highly recommended (the snail protest alone is worth the price).

  16. 4 out of 5

    R

    I can't decide which character I prefer. Ethical debates are a natural part of the plot... I can't decide which character I prefer. Ethical debates are a natural part of the plot...

  17. 5 out of 5

    Ed

    Wonderful continuation.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Rose

    A really fun, quick read with a lot of tongue-in-cheek humor. The art style compliments the quirky cast of characters well; who'd have thought a story about a wombat would be so enjoyable? A really fun, quick read with a lot of tongue-in-cheek humor. The art style compliments the quirky cast of characters well; who'd have thought a story about a wombat would be so enjoyable?

  19. 4 out of 5

    Cloud

    Read online.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Naomi Ruth

    Love the pirate shrew! <3 Love the little details happening in the background.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Jamie

  22. 5 out of 5

    Mook

  23. 5 out of 5

    Valériane Duvivier

  24. 4 out of 5

    Farla

  25. 5 out of 5

    Esther_a

  26. 4 out of 5

    Kreiri

  27. 4 out of 5

    Christine

  28. 5 out of 5

    Sam Land

  29. 5 out of 5

    Ville

  30. 4 out of 5

    Sheila Gustafson

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