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3.03  ·  Rating Details ·  33 Ratings  ·  5 Reviews
In 1952, the U.S. Government's nuclear testing killed all of the good people of Sorrow, Nevada. Today, the sign in front of the town reads "population zero." The locals, however, will tell you a ver different story... When a car accident strands four young travelers in this desolate ghost town, they soon find that not all that is buried is dead. Mingling the psychological ...more
Paperback, 96 pages
Published June 10th 2008 by Image Comics
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TJ Shelby
Jun 10, 2017 TJ Shelby rated it liked it
Zombie ghosts and Native American curses...good premise but a little of a delivery let down.
Oct 19, 2012 Michael rated it liked it
Shelves: sequential-art
To save your time this review starts with some sort of blasphemy: I liked "Sorrow" better than Kirkmans "The Walking Dead". Now everyman loves "The Walking Dead", so this means that "Sorrow" is great? I wouldnt say so.
But first things first. I like the artwork of Francavilla very much, better than Tony Moores. The panels are all b/w, which for a horror-story is often better than colour. Reminds me of Bernie Wrightson, to name a classic. The panels are very dark and moody and equal the plot.
The p
Sep 16, 2012 Rick rated it it was ok
I'm not sure why I wanted to give Remender another shot after suffering through the train wreck that was Sea of Red... well, probably because I did enjoy The Last Days of American Crime... but anyways, Sorrow is another weak effort from Remender. It all feels very amateurish. This is a pretty standard bad B-movie in graphic novel form.

Kids end up lost, get to a "deserted" town, run into some weird people, have some crazy stuff happen, have it all explained in some convoluted storytelling from s
Jan 25, 2017 Simon rated it liked it
Basically a B Movie horror tale. Pretty decent one.
Gonzalo Oyanedel
Feb 01, 2013 Gonzalo Oyanedel rated it it was ok
Entretenido repaso a una premisa ya agotada por el cine juvenil. Buen guión de Remender y efectivo arte de Francavilla.
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Rick Remender is an American comic book writer and artist who resides in Los Angeles, California. He is the writer/co-creator of many independent comic books like Black Science, Deadly Class, LOW, Fear Agent and Seven to Eternity. Previously, he wrote The Punisher, Uncanny X-Force, Captain America and Uncanny Avengers for Marvel Comics.
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