Lottie begins to make peace with Charlene but Coolgirl shows up just in time to potentially ruin any chance these two had of becoming friends. What is it about Coolgirl that gives her so much power over Lottie’s life?
Maika, Ren, and Kippa are off to the Isle of Bones aboard a seafaring vessel to learn more of Moriko Halfwolf’s work but certain forces may be working against them, including themselves.
Lottie deals with the backlash of the Charlene incident at Normgirl’s engagement party. She also can’t shake the night she met Coolgirl out of her head.
The confrontation between Joel, his faithless wife, and the gangsters who want her dead is finally reached in Midnight of the Soul’s concluding issue.
Lottie, Snotgirl, must attend the party of her friend Meg Foster, Normgirl, but can Lottie endure the presence of her ex-boyfriend’s current love interest without causing a scene? And that’s not the only face of interest Lottie sees at this party.
James Miller is captured in Eden but the criminal town’s mayor, Laura Shiffron, is fairly reasonable and willing to make a deal with the ex-FBI agent as long as he agrees to her terms.
Mirror: The Mountain is the drama of a colony of human mage-scientists and the rebellion of the sentient anthropomorphic animal beings they created and mistreated.
Paths start to converge in this penultimate issue of Midnight of the Soul as Joel, Patricia, and some dangerous men find themselves on the same road.
James Miller, ex-FBI, goes undercover to apprehend a dangerous terrorist who is now in Eden, an off-the-grid town meant to give criminals a place to hide and a second chance at life.
Midnight of the Soul #3 continues where #2 left off, following Joel Breakstone deeper into the shady side of New York City at night as he tracks down his unfaithful wife.