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Rust Vol. 3 Hardcover – 1 Aug 2014

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  • Hardcover: 224 pages
  • Publisher: Archaia (1 Aug. 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1608864138
  • ISBN-13: 978-1608864133
  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 3 x 22.9 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
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Royden Lepp was born and raised on the Canadian prairies. He draws comics and works as an animator in the video game industry.

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Slow down. Not Royden, you the reader. Remember this isn’t the usual over-wordy, snarky dialogue comic book. This is storytelling decompressed. Lepp uses his words like salt, just a pinch to spice up the pictures. Savour those images because even at 215 pages this will fly by.

In this penultimate volume we have turned a corner and the answers are coming thick and fast. We start with a flashback that sets up the final act and brings the last few characters into play. As our charming protagonists are hanging by a thread you genuinely fear for their future. No amount of optimism and determination can stand up to the coming storm and you know the final volume is going to be electrifying.

This book cements the arc of Lepp’s tale and you see he has understood the bigger picture from day one. This isn’t a sporadic idea muddling through but something that began as a polished and tightly plotted narrative. This volume is true to the Rust themes and the minimalist style strips away everything that could distract you from the heart-aching emotions of living characters.

The art as always is perfect. No two pages have the same panel layout and the undulating frame count signals Lepp’s mastery of time and narrative. As he provides both the words and pictures everything fits together like clockwork. If you are interested in anything artistic look at how the characters are placed in the frame, see how the pictures reveal more than the words and do so effortlessly.

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By asch1957 on 8 Jun. 2014
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Just waiting for the final episode. Nice story, believable characters, simple graphics make this a good read with some interesting ideas. Not completely unfamiliar plot lines but a thoroughly good and enjoyable read.
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A favorite and instant classic! 10 Jun. 2014
By Siike Donnelly - Published on
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I don't read as many comics as I used to, but when the first two volumes of this came out, I was actually working at a comic store and reading a stack of 60-80 books a week.

A lot of it, even some of the indie stuff, plays it safe; just rinsing and repeating with not a lot of thought going into it. It's a shame, cause I love comics. So when something like RUST comes along, it's hard to not notice.

It takes familiar themes, like family and friendship, mixes it with familiar settings and movies like Rocketeer, and splices in giant robots to make something you think you've seen before, but haven't. It's The Rocketeer meets the Iron Giant, if the little boy in it was also Mega Man.

Royden writes a really emotional and fulfilling adventure, with so much heart. Plus, his art is just amazing. He colors the book in sepia tones, giving it the perfect look to match a really interesting story.

Whether you read a lot of comics, or are like me and only have enough money for a few, try the first book out. I promise, you'll buy 2 & 3 immediately after.
Wonderful science fiction graphic novel with a nostalgic feel to it...great for all ages! 1 Aug. 2014
By Karissa Eckert - Published on
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This is the third book in the Rust series. I originally thought this was the last book in the series but it is not. There will be one more book, Soul in the Machine, which is expected to release next year. It was very well done and I enjoyed it a lot.

Jet Jones wants to continue helping out on the Taylor farm but Oz has discovered his secret. As Jet Jones’s past start to catch up with him in a big way he is forced to face a decision. Should he stay on with the Taylor’s potentially drawing more trouble to their farm? Or should he accept that he may not ever fit in and find a family elsewhere? It seems that for Jet Jones the time to make a decision is running out.

I have really enjoyed all of the books in the Rust series and this book was no exception to that. They are science fiction type books but they are all set on a little farm. This lends a very nostalgic feel to the books. The fact that all of the illustration is done is soft sepia tones adds to this feeling.

This book reveals Jet’s origins and shows us a lot more about the man who made Jet. We learn why Jet has been seeking out that power cell so desperately and what might happen if he doesn’t get it.

Things are coming to a head at the Taylor farm. More and more of the drones are activating and turning violent. The Taylor farm is struggling to make ends meet and is questioning whether they should just shut down completely. There was quite a bit of action, lots of background, and some drama as well.

Overall this was an excellent installment in this series. I really enjoy the style this graphic novel is done in. I also enjoy the science fiction elements coupled with the nostalgic feel to the story. I love the characters and am dying to know how things will work out for Jet Jones. Recommended to graphic novel lovers of all ages.
Five Stars 18 Aug. 2014
By Billdozer - Published on
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Get this. Just do it.
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