Review: Alex + Ada, Vol. 3 (Alex + Ada, #11-15) by Jonathan Luna & Sarah Vaughn

Thursday, April 9, 2020


Title: Alex + Ada, Vol. 3 

Series: (Alex + Ada, #11-15) 

Author: Jonathan Luna & Sarah Vaughn 

Genre: Adult, Sci-Fi, Romance, Graphic Novel

Publication Date:  August 12th, 2015 by Image Comics 

Format: Paperback

Source: Library


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The last thing in the world Alex wanted was an X5, the latest in realistic androids. But after Ada is dropped into his life, he discovers she is more than just a robot. Alex takes a huge risk to unlock Ada so she can think for herself and explore life as a sentient android. As Alex and Ada spend more time together, they become closer. But as restrictions tighten on artificial intelligence, Ada feels unsure about her place in the world, and Alex questions being with an android.  In this final arc, Alex and Ada struggle against the growing hatred for sentient robots and their human allies. Can they survive what's around the corner? Collects Alex + Ada #11-15.








I finally check out the last book of Alex + Ada series a couple of months ago from when the library was still open. I immediately read it one evening and it was an amazing and fantastic conclusion to this fantastic graphic novel series. Vol. 3 hit all my emotions and feels in this book that I was on pins and needles reading the whole graphic novel. I loved and enjoyed everything in Vol. 3 that I was so cheering and rooting for Alex and Ada to have a HEA which I know it was going to be hard for both of them to consider the world they live in that nobody would ever accept the relationship that Alex and Ada had.

I won't go into detail about Vol. 3 because I don't want to spoil it for anybody. But Vol. 3 started where Vol. 2 left off at. If you read Vol. 2 you know there was going to be more chaos and trouble for both Alex and Ada and it was going to be extremely hard for Alex to hide Ada as an unlocked sentient android which cost more troubles for Alex with his close friends. I tell you I didn't like two friends of Alex that I just wanted to slap them so much for being so wrong and mistreating Ada. And for putting Alex and Ada in a dire position at the end but the end, I was so glad when Alex decided to end his friendship with them when he knows there were not worthy to be his friends at all for everything they put him and Ada through at the end.

 I thoroughly love the graphic artwork in this graphic novel is very amazing and very detailed as well especially how the character's facial features are drawn out amazingly well. That shows the emotions the characters were going through in this graphic novel. All and all I loved and enjoyed reading the last book of Alex + Ada series that I am really sad to see it end. But I am glad that the ending was just perfect for me how everything ended for both Alex and Ada at the end it left me with a few tears at the ending. 















Jonathan Luna (Author)


JONATHAN LUNA co-created and illustrated THE SWORD, GIRLS, and ULTRA (all Image Comics) with his brother, Joshua Luna. He co-created and illustrated ALEX + ADA with Sarah Vaughn. He wrote and illustrated STAR BRIGHT AND THE LOOKING GLASS (Image Comics). His work also includes the art for SPIDER-WOMAN: ORIGIN (Marvel Comics), written by Brian Michael Bendis and Brian Reed.

Jonathan was born in California and spent most of his childhood overseas, living on military bases in Iceland and Italy. He returned to the United States in his late teens.

Writing and drawing comics since he was a child, he graduated from the Savannah College of Art and Design with a BFA in Sequential Art.

He currently resides in Northern Virginia.



Sarah Vaughn (Author)


Sarah Vaughn is an artist, writer, over-thinker. She's penciled Sparkshooter and is currently working with Jonathan Luna on Alex + Ada for Image Comics.

9 comments:

  1. Glad you nabbed it before the library closed - so sad. Now is the perfect time for people to be checking out books!

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  2. Glad you were able to check it out just in time.

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  3. I have tried different graphic novels and can not get into them. Glad you were able to get this.

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  4. I've never heard of the book before. Glad you liked it. I don't read a lot of graphic novels.

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  5. i think i will enjoy this.. so thanks for the intro

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