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Haunt, Volume 3 (Haunt #3)
The top-selling monthly title brings its third knock-out story arc to trade paperback format. The Kilgore brothers settle into their newfound power, but nothing is ever easy in the world of Haunt. The mysterious creature, The Apparition, relentlessly chases down the duo. However, a new ally may have the answers to The Apparition's defeat. Featuring art from master storytel ...more
Paperback, 160 pages
Published May 23rd 2012 by Image Comics
(first published January 4th 2012)
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Daniel moves in with the hot co-worker who invited him because of that schoolgirl crush. He brings the prostitute he visited regularly before this story started. They started a serious relationship. Sounds realistic, right? The reformed hooker who can cook, is entirely a wonderful person and actually loves Daniel. It seems like the writer is trying to give Daniel a personal life, but takes his notes from teenage fantasies. The sweet girl is even worried that their loud lovemaking (it really is l ...more
It's getting hard to stay with this book. I love Robert Kirkman's work, and am a long time McFarlane fan, but Haunt has turned into a slog for me. The characters are bad and unlikable, and despite the interesting ideas, the script is consistently weak. The espionage angle does nothing more than distract me from the parts of this series I like, and that's too bad. Making it worse, Capullo's art does nothing for me. He draws this book like an edgy 90s comic, and while it's nostalgic for me, it's i ...more
An enjoyable little trade that introduces a new villain whilst expanding on the already existing supporting cast. Easy to get into despite the long gap between trades, and I especially enjoyed the artwork aside from a few pages. Nowhere near the quality of Kirkman's other titles Invincble and the Walking Dead, but not bad either.
Starting to wonder if this story is really going anywhere. In this volume, other artists take over the bulk of the work and it really starts getting bad, especially in issue #18. Don't know how much longer I care to stick with a pointless comic with poor artwork.
Robert Kirkman is an American comic book writer best known for his work on The Walking Dead, Invincible for Image Comics, as well as Ultimate X-Men and Marvel Zombies for Marvel Comics. He has also collaborated with Image Comics co-founder Todd McFarlane on the series Haunt. He is one of the five partners of Image Comics, and the only one of the five who was not one of the original co-founders of ...moreMore about Robert Kirkman...
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