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Danny Ocean Goes Bump In the Night 14 décembre 2013
Par Pop Bop - Publié sur
Format: Broché
This graphic novel starts out unpromisingly as our hero, Jackson Winters, sits in jail having gritty philosophical/emo prisoner thoughts. But a few pages in, bam, he's sprung in a daring, violent jailbreak. Then he's taken to the mansion of a rich nutcase. The rich nut collects supernatural and paranormal doodads, and he wants a real ghost to complete his collection. He wants our hero to capture the ghost at the abandoned Trask mansion. Winters says sure if he can pick his own crew and wear a really snappy suit "like Sinatra would have worn". Next thing you know we have a crew, (film guys, ghost trapper, skeptic, occult specialist, psychic, hot blonde female muscle, etc.), and the rest of the book is "Ocean's Eleven" takes down "The House on Haunted Hill" by way of "Hell House".

Between the breezy style, the rollicking action, and the shear nerve of the authors in pulling off such a mashup - the book works.

The gang heads out to the mansion, and stakes it out. We take our time setting up a story for each crew member, along with each one's devious plans, motives, potential for double-cross, divided loyalties, attitude, and the like. It's all shadowed by creepy foreboding, because this house has witnessed eeevilll. No plot spoilers here, but there are a lot of nice twists and turns and action, so the book runs creepy hot and Clooney cool in equal measure.

This is done in full color, with some very attractive big spread set pieces, (the mansion and so on). A lot of action takes place indoors and in the dark and the artists do a nice job of keeping the action clear and visible while establishing the gloomy and nighttime atmosphere. Winters has to have a George Clooney kind of cool for this to work, and a really impressive aspect of the drawing is that the artist has captured facial expressions and body language that actually reflects that. Sure, some of the panels are exaggerated, but more often than not we get drawing that really supports the story. This has to look real while being supernatural, and that's a tough order. But for the most part they pull it off here. This ended up an entertaining and satisfying read; Danny Ocean would be pleased.

Please note that I received a free advance ecopy of this book in exchange for a candid review. Apart from that I have no connection at all to either the author or the publisher of this book.
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Creepy Crime 28 janvier 2014
Par Nicola Mansfield - Publié sur
Format: Broché
I loved this! It is being compared to Ocean's 11 meets The Shining which are pretty big shoes to fill but it is a fair comparison. This is a haunted mansion story, with long empty corridors that have doors opening to who knows where (ala The Shining) and Jackson T. Winters is a brilliant criminal who gathers together his own eclectic crew members to pull off the heist (ala Ocean's 11). I loved the story; it was a solid, entertaining ghost/horror story with a twist ending. But I especially liked the characters, the crew, and that not everyone makes it out alive. With this being volume 1, I thought this story would continue on but it appears this will be Winters first "case" in his new strange profession. The ending gives us no clue as to where Winters will go next but I'm looking forward to seeing where this progresses. Will he call back the old crew or will he have to gather a new crew for the particulars of the next case?
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Con man capers in a haunted house. Clever and twisty. 21 mars 2014
Par W. McCoy - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle
Ghosted is billed as a supernatural mashup with Ocean's 11, and it works very well. For anyone who likes crime capers with wicked twists, it gets even better when you add in ghosts. Revenge takes on a new, harsher tone.

Jackson T. Winters is stuck in jail for, what seems like, the rest of his life, when he is broken out by a very wealthy man in search of his particular talents. It seems that the rich man needs to have a ghost delivered and Winters can put together a team to do it. First though, Jackson requests a snappy suit "like something Sinatra would wear." This is a direct nod to Danny Ocean, but this Danny Ocean is more the George Clooney variety.

The team is assembled. A couple brothers who film supernatural events, An aging con man who doubles as a stage magician, a psychic who seems to have real powers, a skeptic who is there to balance things out, the rich man's muscle, and of course Winters. They are sent into a haunted house to find a ghost to capture and return. There are surprises and double crosses. To discuss them further would spoil it for you. Are you intrigued by the concept? If so, check it out.

Joshua Williamson's story is snappy and even though he's borrowing from another source, it feels fairly fresh. He's built an interesting main character in Winters, who has a few ghosts of his own that he needs to exorcise. Art by Goran Sudzuka and Miroslav Mrva is pitch perfect. Ghosts swoop overhead, the house is creepy, and the art tone is perfect. I really enjoyed this one.

I was given a review copy of this graphic novel by Diamond Book Distributors and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Thank you for allowing me to read this fine graphic novel.
Buy Two And Give One To A Friend. 4 octobre 2014
Par William Debrincat - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Image has been producing an array of excellent and diverse works lately. Fatale, Lazarus, East Of West, Saga, Walking Dead, Velvet, Prophet etc etc. Now add Ghosted to their elite bunch. Great story. Superb artwork. A haunted crime story. I absolutely loved it.
Ocean's 11 meets the Twilight Zone 1 juillet 2014
Par adam guzowski - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This is a great book. Oceans 11 meets the Twilight Zone. Great art great story what else do you need to know at a price under 10 buck check it out what do you have to lose (other that 10 bucks).
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