Flight, Volume 3

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Kazu Kibuishi
Ballantine Books, 2006 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 351 pages
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Chris Appelhans• Matthew Armstrong • Neil Babra • Bannister • Chuck BB • Catia Chien • Tony Cliff • Becky Cloonan • Phil Craven • Matthew Forsythe • Alex Fuentes • Michel Gagne • Rodolphe Guenoden • Steve Hamaker • Paul Harmon • Ben Hatke • Azad Injejikian• Kazu Kibuishi • Khang Le • Reagan Lodge • Johane Matte • Bill Plympton • Dave Roman • Israel Sanchez • Rad Sechrist • Kean Soo • Yoko Tanaka • Joey Weiser

“Regardless of where it’s shelved, this book belongs in every library.”
–Library Journal, on Flight, Volume One

“The sheer force of creative energy on display is impressive.”
–Publishers Weekly (starred review), on Flight, Volume Two

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Trust me, though I'm a Singaporean, but the Flight series were available at most libraries.
When I was curious about the reason and took look at Flight Volume 3, I realized why:
This is a
masterpiece. The comic stories really inspired me, not to mention one of the
comic stories is very inspirational. That is "Polaris" and it touches my heart.
Whether you are old or young, this comic stories tells us that 1) We should have compassion
to other people around. And 2) That we should be grateful that we are extraordinary. The others? Well,
it's better, and it shows one thing: that I never stopped reading it (even at school, though others tried to
sabotage me that reading comics aren't allowed) !
It's a must read, for everyone!

Review: Flight, Vol. 3 (Flight #3)

User Review  - Jacqi - Goodreads

Really good artwork with some very interesting stories. Read full review

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About the author (2006)

Kazu Kibuishi is the founder of the Flight Anthologies comic series and writer of "The Last Train", winner of the YALSA Best Books for Young Adult Award.

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