Boneyard, Volume 4
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Boneyard, Volume 4 (Boneyard #4)

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As Abbey the vampire recovers from her showdown with the much more powerful Lilith, Swamp girl Nessie starts taking the upper hand in her pursuit of Michael Paris. Meanwhile, Glump continues his farcical schemes to rule the world, launching the... 'Doomsday Frog'! However, all are quickly brought back together to face a new threat: zombies sprouting up from the cemetery!
Paperback, 104 pages
Published April 1st 2005 by Nantier Beall Minoustchine Publishing
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Raina
Mad-scientist demons, zombies, vampires, sea monsters, oh my! This is a wacky comic book series with lots of appeal factors. Boneyard follows the adventures of Michael Paris (a human who happens to own a graveyard), Abbey the vampire, Nessie the swamp girl, and Glump the demon. In this volume, Glump is attempting to create a Doomsday Frog. Meanwhile, Abbey is healing from an attack, and Nessie is attempting to seduce Michael. The target audience for this comic is definitely adults, as there is s...more
Robert Beveridge
Richard Moore, Boneyard, vol. 4 (NBM, 2004)

Ah, Boneyard in color! What a wonderful thing it is. (I found out at the end of this one the first three volumes are also available in color. Wish I'd known that previous...) The big story arc takes a back seat to a more pressing problem—all the sudden the boneyard's dead are rising from their graves and heading into town to attack the locals. This, obviously, is not good, and Abbey has to figure out what the problem is before anyone gets seriously hurt...more
Emily
Feb 17, 2014 Emily rated it 4 of 5 stars
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Usually I stick to giving this comic a three but this one made me laugh a lot more. I really want to see it in color as I have only seen it in black and white. The characters are really starting to grow on me
Sue
i am working my way through these. they are fast and fun. i do want to recommend them to students but will probably stick to high school.
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Richard Moore (born Fredrick William Morehead) is an American writer and artist of comic books.
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