While some may write Gantz off as just another blood-and-breasts sci-fi actioner, that is really just the flair covering a potentially deep and insightful series, which we continue to get hints of in volume 3.
There's actually very little gore on this disc, as the focus shifts more towards learning more about our main characters' lives, and how they're going to develop now after their rather traumatic experiences. (It should be noted that while this volume lacks the blood and violence of Volume 2, the period from the end of episode 5 and especially through episode 6 has significantly more nudity than previous episodes).
Still, we continue to get into Kurono's head, which is always an interesting and darkly amusing place, are privy to some of Kato's less-than-ideal home life, some new characters are introduced (whose involvement in the rest of the series is as-yet unclear), and there are some distinctly unexpected developments with a certain well-endowed female in the cast (including, finally, her name), who quickly becomes a fascinating character in her own right, and not just the eye candy she has been in the last two volumes.
If you've enjoyed the first two, this volume won't change that fact. If you didn't enjoy them, this volume won't change that either. If you haven't seen them...what the heck are you reading this for, anyway?