Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter: The Laughing Corpse Ultimate Collection

Anita Blake Vampire Hunter The Laughing Corpse Ultimate Collection Adapting the second novel in Laurell K Hamilton s bestselling Anita Blake series St Louis is a city of the damned The supernatural is commonplace and the undead enjoy free rein But whether warm or co

  • Title: Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter: The Laughing Corpse Ultimate Collection
  • Author: Laurell K. Hamilton Jessica Ruffner Ron Lim
  • ISBN: 9780785156529
  • Page: 313
  • Format: Paperback
  • Adapting the second novel in Laurell K Hamilton s bestselling Anita Blake series St Louis is a city of the damned The supernatural is commonplace, and the undead enjoy free rein But whether warm or cold blooded, the laws of man still apply and nobody dispenses justice better than Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter This time out, a child s parents are gruesomely slaughtereAdapting the second novel in Laurell K Hamilton s bestselling Anita Blake series St Louis is a city of the damned The supernatural is commonplace, and the undead enjoy free rein But whether warm or cold blooded, the laws of man still apply and nobody dispenses justice better than Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter This time out, a child s parents are gruesomely slaughtered by an unknown entity With the child missing and time running out for his safe return, Anita is called in to lend her special expertise as an Animator one who can raise the bodies of the dead But as she pursues the truth behind his abduction, she descends into a maelstrom of voodoo mysticism and the many dark secrets of her foes, her friends and inevitably herself COLLECTING ANITA BLAKE, VAMPIRE HUNTER THE LAUGHING CORPSE ANIMATOR 1 5 NECROMANCER 1 5 EXECUTIONER 1 5

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    1. Excellent storytelling in this second graphic adaptation of Laurell K. Hamilton's Anita Blake series. Had it not been for the freakishly outlandish poodle rocker hair every hot dude in this series seems to sport, I would have been tempted to give it 5 stars.Once again; very gory, but that's to be expected when you're dealing with a greedy, old necromancer priestess, zombie mutants fresh from the grave, a perv in a wheelchair who wants to raise his long dead ancestors and one dangerously seducive [...]

    2. Nightmares anyone? I love graphic novels, but I tend to avoid the gory ones (like this one) Yet, I found Anita Blake to be quiet an interesting character and of course the story is quiet something too I mean seriously, zombies? vampires? sign me up! I might just get the other two books.

    3. Güzeldi. Keşke devamı çıksaydı ama olmadı. Laurell'i bu yüzden takdir etmek lazım. Kadın seri yapmadı/yapamadı belki ama çizgi romanları çıkardı.

    4. Here's an interesting question: how can a series that has zombies, vampires, werewolves and all manner of supernatural threats be so BORING?While "Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter: The Laughing Corpse" has a few cool moments floating around, 95% of it an endless stream of boring conversations, whining, and Anita pretending to be tough even as people save her from the bad guys. Laurell K. Hamilton's urban fantasy is poorly translated with too much rambling dialogue and Anita pouting and posing.The sto [...]

    5. Too bad that they're not going to turn into graphic novels some more of Anita Blake's books. I'm actually enjoying reading her stories again. Because, yeah, the details are long gone from my memory but when I'm reading I still get bits and pieces of what I read so many years ago.I like the art in this graphic novel. I love the drawings and the colors and the also all of Anita's penguins.Sometimes a graphic novel is useful when you can't imagine something that the original author described in her [...]

    6. Anita Blake in comic book form loses almost all of its potency. Not only because she ends up looking a little ridiculous, but the 80sness of the world becomes apparent. Jean-Claude is just unintentionally funny in his clothes and looks (have I mentioned the 80s big hair?), and frankly, most of the books are spent faffing about.Stick to the books or borrow this.

    7. With previous reviews, it is gory and there's very little difference between the novel and the graphic adaption. All in all, it's still good and worth reading. In my belief, this adaption is like an R-rated movie.

    8. Loved the last scene with Anita's usual bad-ass-ness. This is a very good way to know the plot of the novels and have a better visual of the horrors in the books. Wish all the books were adapted into comics.

    9. I almost forgot what this book was all about, therefore it was nice to refresh my memories on it. I remember that I really enjoyed it and that it was quite brutal. I liked this graphic novel but I somehow imagined it a little bit different in my head.

    10. This is a great adaptation in my opinion. The artwork is great, it stuck to the story, leaving out very little from the actual novel.

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