Synopsis : Introducing Anita Blake, vampire hunter extraordinaire. Most people don’t even bat an eye at vampires since they’ve been given equal rights by the Supreme Court. But Anita knows better–she’s seen their victims. . . . A serial killer is murdering vampires, however, and now the most powerful vampire in town wants Anita to find the killer.
Review : So what can I tell about this new comic ? Even if I’ve read the books before this one, not starting this the first volume wasn’t the easiest thing I’ve done. Indeed, from the start we fall in the middle of the action without knowing what it was happening before (Yeah don’t make the same mistake as I do, it’s not a good idea !). I don’t have a lot of memory so it was really pleasant to remind little by little each events of the story. I think everything was well transcribed and it was nice to follow the pictures.
So it was a nice comic whose I really like the pictures and the characters.
I keep seeing these and your reviews are really making me want to get them. I love illustrations and I need to pick up a good comic. I so need to add it to my wishlist!
LOL in the end you will have to read it too ! I just have two more comics so it will soon be the end for me. (great thing because it’s very difficult to write something about it). I think the bad thing is that for The Laughing corpse, there are 5 comics… too much.
Great review. Now that I’ve read a comic I might try this one. I’ve read a lot of the Anita books and it would be interesting to read them with illustrations.
Yes it’s nice to have a face for a character. I hope you’ll like this one. But I confess I’m a little lost with all the comics
I saw the words “vampire hunter” and I immediately made a mental note that this would be awesome! Because that whole idea is so cool! 🙂 And I love that this is a comic book — pictures are always so much fun to look at! I’m a personal fan!
Awesome review, Melliane! 🙂
I really like that too ! I’ve made a mistake in my first comment, there are 3 comics for the second volume of the series, not 5, sorry.
I’ve not read graphic novels, but the story sounds intriguing!
I’ve been wondering about these graphic novels, but I haven’t seen them over here and I don’t think they have them on ebook format. 🙁
What happened with me and Anita was that I read the 3rd book first, then I read Guility pleasures comic book, and to this day I haven’t read the first book, weird right?
I really liked these graphic novels, Anita is awesome in them. 😀
lol it’s a funny way to start a series, will you read them?