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Now that Elly has a general idea of what her job is supposed to be, she is eager to impress (and hopefully not get fired). Ironically enough...


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Now that Elly has a general idea of what her job is supposed to be, she is eager to impress (and hopefully not get fired). Ironically enough...

30 review for Blood Stain Volume 3

  1. 5 out of 5

    Norah Una Sumner

    3.5 stars I'm glad that Elliot is finally doing something and that she and the doc are finally managing to form some sort of communication. Wished there was more plot to this, yet again, but the art is really amazing and I love the way speech bubbles are modified depending on the situation. The ending - yay for Elliot! 3.5 stars I'm glad that Elliot is finally doing something and that she and the doc are finally managing to form some sort of communication. Wished there was more plot to this, yet again, but the art is really amazing and I love the way speech bubbles are modified depending on the situation. The ending - yay for Elliot!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Victoria ♡

    Honestly this series was quite fun to read, even if it was slow. It was a really interesting premise and I enjoyed reading it a lot. I noticed in the authors notes there was supposed to be a 2nd and 3rd arc, but as of right now...only 3 volumes are out completing the 1st arc. It's a shame cos I was enjoying this! Honestly this series was quite fun to read, even if it was slow. It was a really interesting premise and I enjoyed reading it a lot. I noticed in the authors notes there was supposed to be a 2nd and 3rd arc, but as of right now...only 3 volumes are out completing the 1st arc. It's a shame cos I was enjoying this!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Matt

    Beginning on Elly Torres’ second day on her new job after her long first day in Volume Two, she doesn’t know what to expect next or in fact what she’s actually supposed to do. Linda Sejic’s Blood Stain Volume Three completes the first book of Sejic’s webcomic as Elly, Vlad, and Serge have to decide if they can get along with one another or not. Waking up late in the morning, Elly nervously hopes that Vlad has not been waiting on her only the reader to find out that Vlad himself has overslept. As Beginning on Elly Torres’ second day on her new job after her long first day in Volume Two, she doesn’t know what to expect next or in fact what she’s actually supposed to do. Linda Sejic’s Blood Stain Volume Three completes the first book of Sejic’s webcomic as Elly, Vlad, and Serge have to decide if they can get along with one another or not. Waking up late in the morning, Elly nervously hopes that Vlad has not been waiting on her only the reader to find out that Vlad himself has overslept. As Vlad desperately attempts to get ready for the class he’s teaching, his demeanor and instructions to Elly just confuse her. So interpreting her duties as best she can, Elly thoroughly cleans his lab while Vlad embarrassingly falls asleep in the middle of his class. Upon returning an upset Vlad can’t believe the pristine condition and angrily tells Elly she overstepped her duties. While Elly wonders about her future, especially as her family’s situation isn’t improving, Serge argues with Vlad about his behavior over the years and later Vlad realizes how much better the lab is organized. Unlike the first two volumes, the description of what occurs in this particular volume is straightforward as some sort of resolution has to be made about Elly’s character. In addition, the working relationship between Vlad and Serge comes to fore as it impacts Elly and is used by Sejic to give both characters more development. Given that this chapter ends the first Book, or story arc, of Blood Stain the final panel is somewhat predicable but only if you’ve read the first two books but it’s a rewarding final panel because of the journey we’ve seen Elly go on. As a longtime fan of Sejic’s webcomic, it was a pleasure to have on paper the story I’ve enjoyed online. While Blood Stain Volume Three might be an ending, but it’s just the beginning of the story that is finished and there is more interesting that will be happening with Elly, Vlad, and Serge to come. So if you haven’t read either of the first two volumes, then I encourage you to check them out.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Lady H

    I love this series so much 😭

  5. 4 out of 5

    Mayar El Mahdy

    Though it's not supposed to be the end, it is. I really liked it so far but alas, there is no more of it to read. Though it's not supposed to be the end, it is. I really liked it so far but alas, there is no more of it to read.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Jess

    This is a great series. I really hope more gets made and printed.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Selina

    Reread this volume to get through my reading slump and it's still so entertaining. I love that even though we're at the beginning of the story, the main leads have Chemistry (hehe get it?) Reread this volume to get through my reading slump and it's still so entertaining. I love that even though we're at the beginning of the story, the main leads have Chemistry (hehe get it?)

  8. 5 out of 5

    Anniken Haga

    Vol 3 in the series ''Blood Stain'' concludes the first book, and the first arc of this story. So far I've read all the books within this year. I started reading this series as I am a fan of the artis/writer's husbands work, and thought I would give her work a go. While I don't exhactly share her humor, I do find the story enjoying. In the beginning I thought it a bit slow, not much happened, but by the time I got to vol 3, and was made avare that this was just the first part of the series and m Vol 3 in the series ''Blood Stain'' concludes the first book, and the first arc of this story. So far I've read all the books within this year. I started reading this series as I am a fan of the artis/writer's husbands work, and thought I would give her work a go. While I don't exhactly share her humor, I do find the story enjoying. In the beginning I thought it a bit slow, not much happened, but by the time I got to vol 3, and was made avare that this was just the first part of the series and made the way it was on purpus, it turned out to not be a problem. The characters are fun and individual, and the fact that I think I know what is going to happen because of something from early on in Sunstone, makes the series even more fun to read. Needless to say, I'm looking forward to the next arc!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Ron

    Elly has been in here new job just a couple of days but she is still wondering why she was hired. Her boss is eccentric to say the least and the good-looking cook is very cryptic. When she tries to help by cleaning up the lab, she is yelled at, railed at, and made to feel unwanted. But just as she plans on slinking back home in disgrace, she gets a short call from her sister and a note from her boss that lets her know she is appreciated. A check also helps. It will be interesting to see what occ Elly has been in here new job just a couple of days but she is still wondering why she was hired. Her boss is eccentric to say the least and the good-looking cook is very cryptic. When she tries to help by cleaning up the lab, she is yelled at, railed at, and made to feel unwanted. But just as she plans on slinking back home in disgrace, she gets a short call from her sister and a note from her boss that lets her know she is appreciated. A check also helps. It will be interesting to see what occurs in the next story arc.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Paul Allard

    A young chemistry graduate goes to work for a “mad” scientist – nothing much happens A young woman struggling to find a job gets hired by a “mad” scientist. The plot again takes its time in this third volume as Elliott – our heroine – discovering that she has still not been given a definite role and ends up in confrontation with her boss, Vlad. With humour and fine cartoony illustrations, this volume is entertaining and fun. Some white lettering on black background which is not easy to read in the A young chemistry graduate goes to work for a “mad” scientist – nothing much happens A young woman struggling to find a job gets hired by a “mad” scientist. The plot again takes its time in this third volume as Elliott – our heroine – discovering that she has still not been given a definite role and ends up in confrontation with her boss, Vlad. With humour and fine cartoony illustrations, this volume is entertaining and fun. Some white lettering on black background which is not easy to read in the digital edition.

  11. 4 out of 5

    John

    Possibly more like a 4-4.5, but the final panel gave it a big boost in my book. Nice payoff (almost literally LOL) So the stage is set. 3 down, 6 to go. Sometimes I wish I'd gotten into this series much later so I could just plow through everything all at once instead of here and there, but it's good either way. But I sure hope Linda's not drawing from personal experience for this...man, so many emotional zig zags in the first 3. LOL Possibly more like a 4-4.5, but the final panel gave it a big boost in my book. Nice payoff (almost literally LOL) So the stage is set. 3 down, 6 to go. Sometimes I wish I'd gotten into this series much later so I could just plow through everything all at once instead of here and there, but it's good either way. But I sure hope Linda's not drawing from personal experience for this...man, so many emotional zig zags in the first 3. LOL

  12. 4 out of 5

    Chris

    Still fun, but a little disappointing on two counts. First, after three volumes it feels like the story finally seems to get going and second, I had been following the story on Deviant Art for a several years and decided to pick up these books so that I could see what happens next (thinking for some strange reason that in-print/make-money story would be ahead of the freely available comic story) and discovered that the online story is actually further along.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Adam

    This series keeps getting better. By volume three bits were making me laugh aloud, and getting me weird looks from my wife. The characters continue to become more interesting, and there is some genuine pathos developed for the supporting cast. The plot is starting to feel more developed and nuanced, too.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Emily

    Not a ton happened in volume 3, but I still enjoyed the art and the humor. I appreciated the author’s note at the end, telling us what’s coming up next in the series and how many books are planned. You don’t get that every day!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Caytie

    Vlad seems to be under a ton of stress but doesn't seem to ever do anything but drink bad coffee and sleep. What in the world does he do?!?!?! Hope the author finally reveals this in the next volume. Vlad seems to be under a ton of stress but doesn't seem to ever do anything but drink bad coffee and sleep. What in the world does he do?!?!?! Hope the author finally reveals this in the next volume.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Lynne

    As much as I enjoy the visual, I hope the story picks up. This is one of the most beautiful comics I’ve read and I’ve enjoyed it a lot, but there’s not much in terms of story line. I hope this is addressed in the next book

  17. 5 out of 5

    Miss Clark

    3.5 stars The mystery deepens.... looking forward to volume 4. These are most definitely a very slow developing story. Which wouldn't be an issue if they were already written and I could read it all now. But, alas, I must wait. 3.5 stars The mystery deepens.... looking forward to volume 4. These are most definitely a very slow developing story. Which wouldn't be an issue if they were already written and I could read it all now. But, alas, I must wait.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Caitlin

    An intriguing, but slow start to the story. Some character development and back story worked in, but all three books feel like they could have been condensed into one. Still, when there's more, I'm curious to see where it's going. An intriguing, but slow start to the story. Some character development and back story worked in, but all three books feel like they could have been condensed into one. Still, when there's more, I'm curious to see where it's going.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Utkarsh Bansal

    Just keeps getting better. I don't mind it not landing the emotional gutpunch that Sunstone did, because it's not trying to. Just keeps getting better. I don't mind it not landing the emotional gutpunch that Sunstone did, because it's not trying to.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Illy

    It's cute. It's cute.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Nicole Courtney

    Awesome !

  22. 4 out of 5

    Andrew

    Considering I wasn't too satisfied with the second volume, I was quite pleased with this one. Hopefully that means it will really start picking up over the next 2 books. Considering I wasn't too satisfied with the second volume, I was quite pleased with this one. Hopefully that means it will really start picking up over the next 2 books.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Phil Zimmerman

    This series fizzled out for me. Too much of the lost woman and the sorta creepy doctor. I needed more answers to stay involved.

  24. 5 out of 5

    DJL

    Found Linda's DA and was able to read through volume 3 there. Still looking forward to where the comic will go from here. Also, really enjoying her art style. Found Linda's DA and was able to read through volume 3 there. Still looking forward to where the comic will go from here. Also, really enjoying her art style.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Chris

    Good opening act. Apparently, this is the first 3 volumes of a planned 9 volume story arc. So, now to wait until the others are available to me...

  26. 4 out of 5

    Emilce

    That's it, I love this story and I want/need more! The art, the story line, the characters, everything, I'm enjoying every part of this. Highly recommended. That's it, I love this story and I want/need more! The art, the story line, the characters, everything, I'm enjoying every part of this. Highly recommended.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Imogene

    Am I the only one with a little bit of a crush on Vlad?

  28. 5 out of 5

    Keith

    Well, shit. This is fun.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Jourdain

    The story ends with it just beginning! LoVe It!

  30. 4 out of 5

    Riska Sleepless

    Either I wasn't in the mood for this anymore or this was much more boring than the first two volumes Either I wasn't in the mood for this anymore or this was much more boring than the first two volumes

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