Archive for the ‘Graphic novel’ Category
# 99: House of Mystery vol 4: The Beauty of Decay by Matthew Sturges, Luca Rossi et al:
“Look at this! Look what you’ve done to my house! You’ve ruined it!”
Synopsis: In a house that may or may not continue existing much longer — if it ever has — the resident crew of misfits are under siege, both from the zombies outside and the betrayers within.
#20: House of Mystery vol.3: The Space Between by Matthew Sturges, Luca Rossi and Jose Marzan Jr:
“Okay, there’s this gorilla, right? But he’s not just any gorilla–he’s a ninja. A ninjarilla, if you will. And but so then like early in life he’s abducted by pirates and he becomes a pirate captain himself.
I mentioned that this all takes place in outer space, right?
And then because he’s the only one with all of these special skills, [the ninjarilla]‘s the one who gets chosen by the United Nations to fight the dinosaurs. Because in this world, space is like totally full of dinosaurs. Oh, and the dinosaurs are wizards.”
Synopsis: There is more (and less) to the House of Mystery than everyone suspected, and a sinister plot is afoot. Also? Dragon.
#10: House by Josh Simmons:
(No really, there aren’t any words; it’s a graphic novel told entirely in pictures, none dialogue
Synopsis: Very creepy tale of three teenagers exploring an abandoned asylum that is more than it seems.
#7: House of Mystery volume 2: Love Stories for Dead People by Matthew Sturges, Luca Rossi, and Jose Marzan, Jr.
Every house is haunted. Every harsh word, every slip of the knife, every tear shed in a house–these things bleed down through its walls and floors and pool in its dark recesses.
Synopsis: The cast of strangers trapped in the bar beyond time and space have hatched a plan to escape. There’s just a few things they didn’t take into account.