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Dark Ride #3

Comicscore Index
Generally favorable ratings

Based on 5 critic ratings.

Halloween’s come early, and she’s here to SLAY. Daddy’s favorite girl threatens her brother Sam Dante and his plans for the family legacy, even as someone uncovers the terrifying disappearances at Devil Land.

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Length
26 pages
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5 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 90

    Dark Ride continues to be every bit as macabre and mesmerizing as the issues that preceded it. This week’s installment pulls back the proverbial curtain of the theme park and its inhabitants even further, adding some meaningful intrigue along the way. Joshua Williamson’s script is the perfect blend of bizarre and breezy, and Andrei Bressan’s art makes a casual hand on a shoulder equally as terrifying of a sight as bloody guts. Get on the bandwagon of Dark Ride, trust me.

  • 90


    In only a few issues, the Dark Ride creative has already built a complex horror mystery complete with intrigue and gore. With some killer literally final pages, readers are practically forced to come back for more the next month.

  • 88

    The Super Powered Fancast

    The Story: Williamson is ramping up both the tension and horror in this issue. The plot continues to be intriguing with engaging characters and a mystery that continues to be compelling. The plot and its dark tone continue to immerse the reader in a world of horror that I continue to be entertained by with a mystery I cannot wait to see evolve.

    The Art: Bressan delivers some beautifully bloody art throughout the issue. I love the visual style of this series and the use of shadows as well as all-out gore.

  • 82

    Graphic Policy

    Dark Ride #3 is another fantastic issue ending at the perfect moment when the scares begin and maybe we get some answers as to what’s going on. It’s a fantastic read that balances the build up and the scares and leaving readers wanting to find out exactly what’s going in.

  • 80


    Dark Ride is an exciting creator-owned series by Joshua Williamson and Andrei Bressan about a horror-themed park with a dark origin. Created by a Walt Disney type, his two children are trying to keep the park alive while outside sources are trying to uncover the many missing people who enter the park and never exit it. In Dark Ride #3, things get a whole lot darker as we begin to learn new details that change everything. (…) Dark Ride #3 continues to excite with intriguing mysteries and well-drawn visuals. Expect to be sick to your stomach and excited for more.

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