The Backstagers Vol. 3

The Backstagers Vol. 3

All the world's a stage . . . but what happens behind the curtain is pure magic—literally!The Backstagers are back in (stage) blacks, for a festive collection of Valentine’s Day and Halloween stories! Join Jory and the rest of the Backstagers as they wrestle with anti-Valentine crusades, totally creepy phantoms (NOT of the opera), and the everpresent magic of the backstage...

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Title:The Backstagers Vol. 3
Author:James Tynion IV
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The Backstagers Vol. 3 Reviews

  • AJ (the.booknerd.reads)

    i wish it continued the story, but the holiday specials were so cute i don't care

  • Emily

    Reading this installment was bittersweet for me. Even though the graphic novel itself was not sad in the slightest, it reminded me of when I worked tech, how fun it was, and how much I miss it. As for the graphic novel itself, the characters are still cute and funny, but still a bit one-dimensional. And the stories were a little goofy, but still fun.

  • Rick

    Not quite up to the same level of wonderhood that the other volumes are, but it was still quite enjoyable and entertaining.

  • Mehsi

    The next The Backstagers is here and this time we got two new stories, Halloween and Valentines Day are here!

    I was superdupermega excited about this one, I just adore this series, I love the characters (well, most of them), and I am always eager for more stories about this group. To see what kind of shenanigans they get up to next and if that backstage stuff is making an appearance again.

    First up Valentines Day: 3 stars. It started off so well with my favourite couple making cute eyes at each ot

    The next The Backstagers is here and this time we got two new stories, Halloween and Valentines Day are here!

    I was superdupermega excited about this one, I just adore this series, I love the characters (well, most of them), and I am always eager for more stories about this group. To see what kind of shenanigans they get up to next and if that backstage stuff is making an appearance again.

    First up Valentines Day: 3 stars. It started off so well with my favourite couple making cute eyes at each other and having a sweet time. But then Beckett showed up and… there went the fun. I was just annoyed to no end with Beckett. I get that he is jealous but does he need to ruin a fun day for everyone just because he hates the holiday? I always get tired of those type of people who hate Valentines Day because they don’t have someone to love/somebody who loves them and then ruin it for everyone else or complain all the time. I really don’t understand why, I haven’t had someone in my life all my life, yet I loved Valentines Day when I was single, sure I was a bit sad at times when people around me got love letters and such, but I just ate plenty of chocolate, watched romantic stuff. :P I loved that the school/club did something fun for the holidays, not something big and elaborate but instead something small that still had impact and fitted with the holiday.

    Also, Sasha, you are a cutie but maybe you shouldn’t overdose on candy to the point of seeing time.

    I did love the ending though, it made me smile. I do hope that those two get together one day.

    Next up Halloween: 4 stars. Something is lurking in the theatre on Halloween, what is it and what intentions does it have? It was quite fun to see other characters (and Sasha but he always pops up from magical places) get the spotlight in this one. Though we also see our normal characters dressed up in fun clothes. I loved finding out what was happening in the theatre on Halloween, and I so loved that Sasha was there and how he acted. Yep, typical Sasha. I loved what they did at the end, go go team!

    Each story is ended with a bunch of short stories that fit with the theme. I have to say I wasn’t such a fan of those stories, the art was a bit hit and miss (though I did see some of my favourite artists pop up).

    All in all, I had fun reading this one, and I do hope that one day we will be getting more stories from The Backstagers, I don’t want this one to end.

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  • Adam Stone

    The third volume of The Backstagers is an anthology of short stories from The Backstagers' Halloween and Valentine's Day. Like the first two volumes, it's an adorable, all-age friendly, non-binary, racially diverse, queer friendly comic about theater tech high school students.

    You don't need to have read the first two volumes to enjoy this, as this would work as an intro to the series just as much as volume one does.

    I recommend it for people looking for all-ages comics that don't center on an ado

    The third volume of The Backstagers is an anthology of short stories from The Backstagers' Halloween and Valentine's Day. Like the first two volumes, it's an adorable, all-age friendly, non-binary, racially diverse, queer friendly comic about theater tech high school students.

    You don't need to have read the first two volumes to enjoy this, as this would work as an intro to the series just as much as volume one does.

    I recommend it for people looking for all-ages comics that don't center on an adolescent white boy going questing/

  • Jenny

    This was fun! I love these characters and I enjoyed reading about their wacky adventures. Some stories, like the first Valentine story and the Halloween one, were very good but some were just okay. I love the art style and how expressive it is. Definitely recommend for fans of the series, not as good as the first two but still fun.

  • Sesana

    There's a couple of really good stories here, but it's mostly fluff. Largely cute fluff, but fluff nonetheless.

  • Emily

    I know it's a collection of shorts, and I know it's been forever since I read the last ones, but this was overly disjointed and not very well grounded.

  • Kristin

    Assorted shorts from two holiday specials and a summer sampler. Only the first tale rises beyond a one-joke story and buying the individual issues is cheaper. Very disappointing.

  • rachel

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