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By Marguerite Bennett Mirka Andolfo Laura Braga Pasquale Qualano Sandy Jarrell | Comments: ( 507 ) | Date: ( Oct 14, 2019 )

Based on the hit DC Collectibles product line As World War II rages across Europe, the Allied forces issue a call to arms for the greatest heroines the world has ever known With an old villain arising from beyond the grave, Wonder Woman, Batwoman, Kara Starikov, Kortni Duginova and Mera must aid the Allied forces while at home, a brave group of Batgirls must defend the hBased on the hit DC Collectibles product line As World War II rages across Europe, the Allied forces issue a call to arms for the greatest heroines the world has ever known With an old villain arising from beyond the grave, Wonder Woman, Batwoman, Kara Starikov, Kortni Duginova and Mera must aid the Allied forces while at home, a brave group of Batgirls must defend the homeland The incredibly popular DC Collectibles line is brought to life in these stories that reimagine the course of history From writer Marguerite Bennett BATGIRL, EARTH 2 WORLD S END and featuring artists including Marguerite Sauvage HINTERKIND , Laura Braga Witchblade and Mirka Andolfo Chaos comes DC COMICS BOMBSHELLS VOL 3 collects 13 21.


  • Title: DC Comics Bombshells, Vol. 3: Uprising
  • Author: Marguerite Bennett Mirka Andolfo Laura Braga Pasquale Qualano Sandy Jarrell
  • ISBN: 9781401268770
  • Page: 191
  • Format: Paperback

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Comments DC Comics Bombshells, Vol. 3: Uprising

  • Mel

    I stopped buying the individual comics for bombshells and decided to wait for the graphic novels as I like being able to read a longer story. This one picks up where I left off in the comics. It was good to go back and re-read the batgirls story again, (I skipped the straight Mera love story). But the rest I really enjoyed. It was good to see the villains not quite villains, and have a good ending and explanation for the Joker's daughter, Zantana and Constantine. I really do like this series. It [...]


  • Nikki

    3.5 I didn't love this one as much as the last two, but I still enjoy this series. I love Mera's story here, but I missed Wonder Woman, Stargirl and Supergirl, who are absent from this volume. Also, I think I'm the only person who is completely indifferent to Harley Quinn (not just in Bombshells, but like, in general). Laura Braga and Mirka Andolfo have some spectacular art going on in this series.


  • Gemma Collins

    This was SO much better than the first 2 volumes! And I got Harley x Ivy, just like I always wanted!


  • ElphaReads

    I CONTINUE TO LIVE FOR BOMBSHELLS!!! This volume gave me everything that I needed and more!!! There is so much to talk about I'm just going to have to bullet point it again, because I don't think that I can put my words into a cohesive review yet!!- LOIS LANE IS FINALLY HERE and MAN is she kicking butt in the best way she knows how!!! - THough the aside with the Batgirls on the home front was a little jarring, it gave us a look into characters like Maggie Sawyer, Alysia Yeoh, and Tim Drake, whic [...]


  • victoria.p

    Possibly the timing helped, but I finally got around to finishing this today and I teared up at the last section.


  • Jasmine

    This series is SO GREAT, and also Shazam’s Origin Story is one of the best things I’ve ever read.


  • Renata

    I still really love the concept and characters of Bombshells! I struggled a tiiiny bit with this just for "lazy DC reader" reasons, ie I refused to look up "tenebrae" even though they kept talking about tenebrae. (Here: I just googled it for you, GoodReads. "Tenebrae is a being from another universe that is part of the Mergence, a group mind. She is sent to Earth prior to the Mergence's arrival to get everything in order for the absorption." Is that even this same thing? IDK IDK I don't care)Als [...]


  • Tori

    Best of the series both story and art wise. (view spoiler)[AND LOIS LANE! (hide spoiler)]


  • Chris Lemmerman

    After the big battle in the previous volume, you'd think the Bombshells would take a minute to relax, but there's a war on and a Bombshell's work is never done.A lot of the disparate stories in the last few volumes finally dovetail together in this one as many of the Bombshells link up for a secondary assault on the Germans, specifically the magically powered Joker's Daughter. Meanwhile, Mera comes to terms with her abandonment and exile from Atlantis, with a little help from a certain blonde li [...]


  • Reme

    No hay nada que no me haya gustado de este volumen, todos los arcos argumentales han sido muy buenos: las Batgirls luchando en Gotham por limpiar su imagen y también plantándoles cara a los políticos corruptos de Gotham; mi arco favorito, el de Mera, ha sido fantástico y me alegra mucho tener un cómic dónde pueda leer a Mera teniendo todo el protagonismo que se merece, y donde está bien escrita (cosa que echo de menos en Rebirth); el arco argumental de Zatanna-Raven-Joker's Daughter es el [...]


  • Rebecca

    These are the Jewish heroines I needed as a little girl - the ones who actively kick Nazi butt rather than live in fear. Not that I resent historically-accurate WWII children's books; they're incredibly important. But as a little girl, they were also the only books I had with Jewish characters until my mother dug up her copy of All-of-a-Kind Family for me, and it made me worry that someday the Nazis would come for me. If I'd had Miri Marvel, maybe I wouldn't have had those fears.On another note, [...]


  • Maggie Gordon

    I'm not going to lie, I read this series simply because I love the designs and Harley and Ivy actually get to be lovers. It's a dumb series overall, but it has some heart. This issue was quite chock full of ever single character they could think of, and who knows where the plot is going. But it's pretty?


  • Claire

    I'd say 4 stars for the story (the Mera arc confused me a little), but 5 stars for the whole book because this is prime Harley/Ivy ship content. Queer female creative teams mean that queer ships finally get realized. No more queerbaiting. <3


  • Ashley *Hufflepuff Kitten*

    Raven has arrived. Also others.


  • Nicole Westen

    While the parallels between current events and those of the 1940's are not lost on me, the first chapter felt very forced in it's message and very anachronistic.


  • Carl Purcell

    Gets five stars just for the debut of giant sized Raven.


  • Jen

    My only complaint is the same as the previous volume - there are SO MANY stories going on all at once and cross-crossing each other it is sometimes hard to keep track. Only complaint. My favorite? Oh Ivy and Harley for sure. 😍😍😍😍


  • Tatiana Pérez

    This third volume has many issues because quite some of them are very short. We have several numbers to tie up some character's stories (and they got a great picture with her name on it) and also they introduce a very interesting story arc about Batgirls. We already know what most of the girls are going to face but they still have to solve those problems. I like the way Bennett introduces characters and the depth of her themes. I really enjoy reading Bombshells.El tercer volumen cubre varios nú [...]


  • The Library Ladies

    (originally reviewed at thelibraryladies)With the way that the last “DC Bombshells” collection ended (if you’ll remember, it was devastating), I was wondering if we were going to get into more pathos in which we’d have to potentially say goodbye to another of our beloved heroines. I suppose that I should have steeled myself for that possibility from the get go, as this is WWII and with war comes death. And given that our ladies are spread out across various fronts, battling not only Nazi [...]


  • Erica McGillivray

    Bombshells continues to be a great book about women punching Nazis.


  • Lady Entropy

    Still pretty decent, and with variable art that goes from very nice to barely passable. The story itself is losing a bit of focus while pursuing multiple characters and their goals, but the spunkiness, body and sex-positivity make it all worth it.


  • Ma'Belle

    The first handful of issues in this volume are pretty choppy, and full of Marguerite Bennett's awfully-written dialogue, where every line out of every character's mouth is a cheeky poetic punchline. I guess that style fits with much of the tone and aesthetic they're going for in this series, but there were many moments that just made me roll my eyes and put the book down for a day.But I REALLY love all these characters. And they're ALLLL SOOO GAYYY for each other and it makes me so happy watchin [...]


  • Samuelle

    ( True Rating : 4.5 Stars )"You thought we could be controlled like pretty flowers in a hothouse garden. You thought we were roses and daisies and shrinking violets, but we are wild things."DC Comics: Bombshells is a comic book series that follows DC's female heroes (and some anti-heroes), as they fight the nazis and other bad people during World War II. The third volume follows on that story line, and unfortunately, I can't really tell you more than that without spoiling things.Oh. My. God. I l [...]


  • Kacey

    I liked this one even better than the other two. This time, the story was more personal. It focused on Mera and her family and her duties as a princess of Atlantis, and it also focused on Kate's past as well as Jewish traditions and stories. I found myself tearing up again at some parts of the story, and I like all the Batgirls whenever it focuses on them. The diversity is pretty nice and I like how some characters' backgrounds are changed a little.I would say something about the male characters [...]


  • Derek Newman-Stille

    I am loving the cantering of the women of DC in this comic, and, particularly the World War II context for its ability to show these women fighting against oppression by war-mongering, misogynistic, racist, homophobic men. It is great to see the power that Bat Woman has as a character in this comic who is both a lesbian woman and Jewish, which is a powerful reminder that the holocaust targeted Jewish people and people who were in Queer relationships. Bat Woman's role inspiring young women (Bat G [...]


  • Joana Veríssimo

    Another one that was so GOOD!! Following smaller storylines, and you get deeper and more personal into the war itself It was really interesting to see that, and I LOVE the insertion of myths and stories about the Jewish past and culture - those were amazing scenes. And then the story about Germans who stood up, and the Spanish Civil War - I really LOVE the historical fiction aspect of this comic seriesTo add to all this, there's a lot of Pamela and Harley in this which makes me always so HAPPY!! [...]


  • Lizz

    So, I love the premise of Bombshells a lot. And I'm enjoying reading it. But I do think it can get a little crowded sometimes. Even overly-ambitious. I love the idea of all these female DC heroes teaming up to defeat Nazis, but sometimes it feels like the writer is trying so hard to get every single female hero in on the action that, as a reader, you're overwhelmed with "wait, who's here? Have I been introduced to this character yet? Am I supposed to know who they are? Where did so-and-so go?" I [...]


  • Kristin

    I understood little of this, but it was still enjoyable in small sections that actually made sense. The continuity in this series has been iffy, and it makes it worse when much of the panels are constructed across two pages, which to me is often unnecessary. There are way too many characters, more are being added up to even the last page of this volume. I genuinely like the series and the characters, but I can't keep track of them. And while the last collection featured some girls more than othe [...]


  • Drucilla

    Four stars but barely. Except for a couple of issues, the art was pretty solid throughout. And the whiplash is gone from this volume. It focuses on one group of bombshells and their problems for the majority of the book. But in a weird way, even though I liked it, it makes the volume feel unbalanced. Wonder Woman is a big part of this series and she's (view spoiler)[not mentioned in this volume at all. You wonder where she is the entire time. (hide spoiler)] The volume also doesn't really take t [...]


  • Dan

    Another fun, action-packed story of the Bombshell heroines battling villains and villainesses during World War II. As often happens with continuing series of comics, the quality has dropped just a bit from the first volume (I felt similarly about Paper Girls 3 too), but it was still enjoyable. One factor which detracted slightly while reading was that the different individual comic issues within this GN were by several different artists, and the change is style was sometimes confusing. Still, I [...]


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