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Ghostopolis by Doug TenNapel
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Jul 20, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: 2011, adventure-thriller, comics, fantasy, fiction
Read in July, 2011

When a teenage boy is accidentally sent to the afterlife before his time, the agents of the afterlife immigration squad pull out the stops trying to get him back. Meanwhile, the boy discovers powers deep within himself that he uses to fight for the justice and freedom of the people who live in the five kingdoms of the afterlife. It's a thrilling ride, with solid dialogue and nice art. The art feels a bit like Mike Mignola's style, with a little more cartoony look to the main characters. Both the boy and the main agent from Immigration are amusing characters, and you'll just love the skeleton horse that befriends the boy. At least, I suspect you will.

Enjoyable, not a bad buy especially if you have a younger comics reader who might enjoy it a couple more times.

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