Knights of Sidonia, Volume 3
Publish date: 2013-06-04
Pages no: 186
Edition language: English
Series: Knights of Sidonia (#3)
This third volume was the last one I have in this series and frankly, I don't think I will continue after this. While I'm a bit intrigued whether they will at some point be able to communicate with the Gauna and what they would learn from that, I don't think it is worth it continuing the series. M...
Continuing Knights of Sidonia, volume 2 mainly is more of the previous. There is a lot of battles against different types of Gauna, which is the alien races fighting the humans. There is a lot of inexperienced people who have to do important jobs. The main character goes from hero to zero and back a...
Actually, just the opposite, I'm liking it less and less. Which makes me wonder I'm definitely not going to continue with the manga, although I'm intrigued enough by some of the ideas - genetic manipulation, new genders - that I'll probably give the anime on Netflix a shot.
Even with the extra background, it's slight enough that I feel like much of this is left unexplained. In a void so to speak. And it's still just as disjointed. I'm going to finish up volume three, but, blah. It's kinda like this: