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The Black Badges race to solve the murder of one of their own and discover the secrets of their organization’s past may be the key to building a better tomorrow in the thrilling conclusion to the critically-acclaimed series. THE SECRETS OF THE BLACK BADGES ARE REVEALED. The Black Badges, a top-secret branch of boy scouts tasked with covert missions that no adult could ever The Black Badges race to solve the murder of one of their own and discover the secrets of their organization’s past may be the key to building a better tomorrow in the thrilling conclusion to the critically-acclaimed series. THE SECRETS OF THE BLACK BADGES ARE REVEALED. The Black Badges, a top-secret branch of boy scouts tasked with covert missions that no adult could ever undertake, have always been shrouded in mystery…until now. As the modern-day squad of Badges race to solve the murder of one of their own, they’ll discover the secrets of their organization’s past may be the key to building a better tomorrow. The Eisner Award-nominated team of New York Times best-selling writer Matt Kindt (Mind MGMT) and illustrators Tyler Jenkins and Hilary Jenkins (Peter Panzerfaust) conclude their action-packed examination of a world broken by adults…and the children responsible for fixing it. Collects Black Badge #9-12.


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The Black Badges race to solve the murder of one of their own and discover the secrets of their organization’s past may be the key to building a better tomorrow in the thrilling conclusion to the critically-acclaimed series. THE SECRETS OF THE BLACK BADGES ARE REVEALED. The Black Badges, a top-secret branch of boy scouts tasked with covert missions that no adult could ever The Black Badges race to solve the murder of one of their own and discover the secrets of their organization’s past may be the key to building a better tomorrow in the thrilling conclusion to the critically-acclaimed series. THE SECRETS OF THE BLACK BADGES ARE REVEALED. The Black Badges, a top-secret branch of boy scouts tasked with covert missions that no adult could ever undertake, have always been shrouded in mystery…until now. As the modern-day squad of Badges race to solve the murder of one of their own, they’ll discover the secrets of their organization’s past may be the key to building a better tomorrow. The Eisner Award-nominated team of New York Times best-selling writer Matt Kindt (Mind MGMT) and illustrators Tyler Jenkins and Hilary Jenkins (Peter Panzerfaust) conclude their action-packed examination of a world broken by adults…and the children responsible for fixing it. Collects Black Badge #9-12.

30 review for Black Badge Vol. 3

  1. 4 out of 5

    Dave Schaafsma

    "Don't #%@&^ with the Black Badges." A pretty quick and fun series for Kindt, 3 volumes, pretty entertaining as it posits a special ops group called Black Badge within a Boy Scout-like youth organization. Fun for the four former or current Scouts in this house. I liked the first two volumes better than this third and final one which wraps things up a little too quickly and neatly as others have said, but I still like the crazy inventive fun inventive storytelling of Kindt and the superb art of Ty "Don't #%@&^ with the Black Badges." A pretty quick and fun series for Kindt, 3 volumes, pretty entertaining as it posits a special ops group called Black Badge within a Boy Scout-like youth organization. Fun for the four former or current Scouts in this house. I liked the first two volumes better than this third and final one which wraps things up a little too quickly and neatly as others have said, but I still like the crazy inventive fun inventive storytelling of Kindt and the superb art of Tyler Jenkins. In this tale there has always been this funny proliferation of black ops badges that the Black Badge group can earn. Poisoning, garroting, getaways, and so on. And then there are different kinds of groups such as Pink Badges, White Badges, and then they keep adding on other groups such as The Honour Society (a kind of Charles Manson-esque group that gets shut down), the Swabbies, Scouts Without Borders, so it's just a silly take on black ops with teenagers who want to save the world from all the corrupt adults. A woman with a hook hand named Hooka helps the kids develop Do Good projects such as undermining a Japanese terrorist cell, overthrowing capitalist anti-environmentalist groups, stuff like that. I had fun and it looks like there could be a sequel in here, since all the kids are orphans.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Chad

    The story of special ops troops in the Boy Scouts gets all Mind MGMT Jr. in this last volume. It was only 4 issues when it could have been 12. The pacing felt off compared to the rest of the series, especially for the amount of revelations involved. It certainly felt like Boom pulled the plug on the series leaving Kindt to cram everything into a few issues.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Alexander Peterhans

    A fitting end to the series (with enough doors left open for a sequel). A lot of things happen in quick succession, and eventhough there are only four issues in this arc, it never feels forced or crowded, it just fits in with the tone and style of the series. It all goes nuts in a tight, controlled explosion. Lord of the Flies with spycraft and gadgets. Probably my favourite work of Kindt's. (Read as four single issues) A fitting end to the series (with enough doors left open for a sequel). A lot of things happen in quick succession, and eventhough there are only four issues in this arc, it never feels forced or crowded, it just fits in with the tone and style of the series. It all goes nuts in a tight, controlled explosion. Lord of the Flies with spycraft and gadgets. Probably my favourite work of Kindt's. (Read as four single issues)

  4. 4 out of 5

    Alex E

    This volume, and the overall series really, suffers from its rushed and very "nice" ending. This is a book that went to some dark places in the previous two volumes. And I think that's partly why it worked so well, because to see black ops work carried out within the backdrop of boy scouts, it was shocking and cool at the same time. So it is a bit of a disservice to wrap things up so quickly and so neatly. It's like if Matt Kindt was like, oh right! Black Badge... I need to finish that before sta This volume, and the overall series really, suffers from its rushed and very "nice" ending. This is a book that went to some dark places in the previous two volumes. And I think that's partly why it worked so well, because to see black ops work carried out within the backdrop of boy scouts, it was shocking and cool at the same time. So it is a bit of a disservice to wrap things up so quickly and so neatly. It's like if Matt Kindt was like, oh right! Black Badge... I need to finish that before starting this... ok let me knock this out real quick.... The art from Tyler Jenkins continues its top notch quality from the previous two volumes though. I feel like he really has a handle on the world by this third volume, so the whole thing felt more dynamic and action packed. His figure work and his background settings all are kicked up a notch for this final volume, and his art gives the book a big push on quality. Excellent work by Jenkins. I really like Matt Kindt as a writer, but I am let down on how he ended this. But overall a good series. Check it out if you like dark stories where it all works out in the end.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Craig

    What had been a pretty interesting espionage-adventure story wraps up just a little too neatly (and sappily) here.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Robert

    decent wrap up to a limited run.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Dakota Morgan

    As with Mind MGMT and Dept H and probably Grass Kings, Matt Kindt crams the majority of his world-building into the final Black Badge volume. The revelations come as little surprise (people are betraying each other and brainwashing youths!) and they load this third volume with text rather than action. It's a decent conclusion, but no fireworks. Black Badge never really rose to the level of Matt Kindt's other mind-bending series as something I felt deeply invested in figuring out. The surface-leve As with Mind MGMT and Dept H and probably Grass Kings, Matt Kindt crams the majority of his world-building into the final Black Badge volume. The revelations come as little surprise (people are betraying each other and brainwashing youths!) and they load this third volume with text rather than action. It's a decent conclusion, but no fireworks. Black Badge never really rose to the level of Matt Kindt's other mind-bending series as something I felt deeply invested in figuring out. The surface-level fluff was quite enjoyable though - can't say no to teen spies teaming up to tackle problems. And the Jenkins' art earned my praise.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Adam Stone

    The conclusion to Kindt's Boy Scouts Black Ops series feels even more rushed than the previous volumes. The whole series, while fun, and an intriguing concept, seems less like an excellent comic book series, and more like listening to an excited fan describe the events of an excellent comic series. I'm a fan of Tyler Jenkins watercolor art, but I understand that it's not as accessible as your average pencils and ink comic art. The conclusion to Kindt's Boy Scouts Black Ops series feels even more rushed than the previous volumes. The whole series, while fun, and an intriguing concept, seems less like an excellent comic book series, and more like listening to an excited fan describe the events of an excellent comic series. I'm a fan of Tyler Jenkins watercolor art, but I understand that it's not as accessible as your average pencils and ink comic art.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Ashkin Ayub

    Kindts Boy Scouts Black Ops series is finished even more promptly than the previous volumes. The artistry of Jenkins matches the storyline of Kindt wonderfully. Matt Kindt is full of great ideas, and the implementation has always been as good as the start. I liked it, there were a few twists, we learned more about badges. While enjoyable and fascinating, the whole series seems less like an amazing series of comic books than like hearing an eager fan who describes a great series of comics.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Sean

    The Black Badge series ends and ties everything up. Readers learn what all the different groups are up to and who is trying to out maneuver who. Its intriguing fun. The book has the ability to go on indefinitely and Kindt wraps it up after only three volumes. I'd love to see more. The art by Jenkins is perfect for the book especially when the book has flashbacks. Overall, I hope I haven't read the last of Black Badge. The Black Badge series ends and ties everything up. Readers learn what all the different groups are up to and who is trying to out maneuver who. Its intriguing fun. The book has the ability to go on indefinitely and Kindt wraps it up after only three volumes. I'd love to see more. The art by Jenkins is perfect for the book especially when the book has flashbacks. Overall, I hope I haven't read the last of Black Badge.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Bill Coffin

    The series comes to a satisfying conclusion as the past, present, and even the future of the Black Badges comes together. Not all scouts will survive. And not all secrets will be explained. But have no fear, the Black Badges will most certainly deliver, especially in a terrific coda that ties things off nicely, all while paving the way for something new.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Kelly

    It was a fun read and ended perfectly. I cant say this is my favorite comic series, but I still enjoyed the volume arch.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Calvin Daniels

    Solid 3+ Fine ending, maybe a bit overly optimistic in vision, but suitable to the overall story.

  14. 4 out of 5

    zachary

    Please, let there be a few more volumes. I like the world they've set up, but there was not enough time to truly get into any of it, so my five star rating is sort of depending on further reading because despite other reviews I've seen, I don't mind the relatively little info so far.... as long as this isn't the end. Please, let there be a few more volumes. I like the world they've set up, but there was not enough time to truly get into any of it, so my five star rating is sort of depending on further reading because despite other reviews I've seen, I don't mind the relatively little info so far.... as long as this isn't the end.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Simon

    Wrapped up a little too fast and neat for my liking, this is still an admirable conclusion to the series, just reached the wrong way. What started as a ridiculous premise ended, well, as a ridiculous premise but with a very sweet optimistic lean.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Nicholas Stanosheck

  17. 5 out of 5

    Chris Cox

  18. 4 out of 5

    Becca Evans

  19. 5 out of 5

    Jon

  20. 5 out of 5

    Ian

  21. 5 out of 5

    Sardonyx

  22. 5 out of 5

    Santiago

  23. 4 out of 5

    Beelzefuzz

  24. 5 out of 5

    Nathaniel

  25. 4 out of 5

    Geert Vandermeersche

  26. 5 out of 5

    Paskinel Janssens

  27. 4 out of 5

    Erica

  28. 5 out of 5

    Eli

  29. 5 out of 5

    Alyssa Marie

  30. 5 out of 5

    Kevin Xu

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