I Luv Halloween, #3
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I Luv Halloween, #3 (I Luv Halloween #3)

3.96 of 5 stars 3.96  ·  rating details  ·  114 ratings  ·  7 reviews
"Crass, tasteless, and brilliant." Newtype

They say bad things come in threes, and this third round of trick o' treating is a close encounter of the twisted kind. We won't completely spoil the surprise, but this volume inlcudes an alien invasion, defiled corpses, more lame candy, and some new, sick characters, including Kevin Kyle Kramer--a.k.a Triple K--and Monica, a charm...more
Paperback, 192 pages
Published October 30th 2007 by TokyoPop (first published 2007)
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Nidah (SleepDreamWrite)
The ending seemed to just well, end. While the art work was good, throughout the book and well the series, its obviously a little disturbing, gross and just plain random. So if you can handle dark humor and have a strong stomach, then you might like this.
A totally dis­turb­ing, but hilar­i­ous story about a group of chil­dren going trick-or-treating with Halloween.

The leg­end goes that what sort of candy you get at the first house pre­dict what the loot will be for the rest of the night. And it so hap­pens Finch and his bud­dies get apples from the old lady who lives at the first house. Not a good omen and the granny will pay for this!

Be amazed about the plan the ter­ri­ble and ter­ri­fy­ing bunch comes up with and have fun read­ing how it acts...more
after i saw that a 7th grader checked this out i decided i should read it since the back cover said 16+. yeah - it should be 16+ it is totally inappropriate for most students. i wasted my time and read all three that we have - they are all rude, crude and disgusting. very inappropriate and will not recommend them. the art was even confusing and difficult to understand.
Of the three, this one was only slightly better but still more of a gross for gross sake type of narrative. Not really that engaging but perhaps there is a generation gap with regard to my reading of this type of comic.
Jan 08, 2011 Omar rated it 2 of 5 stars
Shelves: grovel
At least we get to see who's behind the masks... other than that, this series just continues to get sicker and more grotesque.
Gross and Awesome all in one. Not for the faint of heart!
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