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The Cape ebook

by Joe Hill,Zach Howard,Jason Ciaramella


knowing Joe Hill's work I realized it would be or could b. .In this case, Jason Ciaramella has masterfully converted Hill's original story to this wonderful series of comics

knowing Joe Hill's work I realized it would be or could b.An adolescent accident that leaves the child stuck there emotionally. The depths that he falls into,as an adult,once given an amazing power is startling. Eric is amoral and without human feeling. We don't know for sure but it seems that prior to accident,Eric. In this case, Jason Ciaramella has masterfully converted Hill's original story to this wonderful series of comics. You really will find yourself asking, "but what if it really is magic?" about your cape, in whatever form it takes.

This critically acclaimed, Eisner-Award nominated story, written by Jason Ciaramella, based on the short story by "New York Times" bestselling author Joe Hill, with art by Zach Howard and Nelson Daniel, will linger with you long after you turn the last page, and force you to ask yourself the question: "What if?".

Read the comic books Joe Hill’s The Cape online on Bookmate. This critically acclaimed, Eisner-Award nominated story, written by Jason Ciaramella, based on the short story by New York Times bestselling author Joe Hill, with art by Zach Howard and Nelson Daniel, will linger with you long after you turn the last page, and force you to ask yourself the question: What if?

The Cape (2010), one-shot, co-written with Jason Ciaramella and illustrated by Zach Howard.

The Cape (2010), one-shot, co-written with Jason Ciaramella and illustrated by Zach Howard. The Cape (2011), mini-series co-written with Jason Ciaramella and illustrated by Zach Howard. The Cape: 1969 (2012), mini-series co-written with Jason Ciaramella and illustrated by Nelson Daniel. Thumbprint (2013), co-written with Jason Ciaramella.

By Joe Hill and Jason Ciaramella Illustrated by Zach Howard and Nelson Daniel. Writer Jason Ciaramella and artist Zach Howard uncover new folds in Hill’s cautionary anti-superhero tale with a story that takes place between the scenes of the original series. Category: Graphic Novels & Manga. Eric’s already killed one person and soon he’ll go after his mom and brother. But first he’ll go missing for three torturous days.

The Cape: 1969 of 4 Writer: Joe Hill, Jason Ciaramella Artist: Nelson Daniel Cover Art: Zach Howard Variant Cover: Nelson Daniel On Sale Date: September 5, 2012. For more info on comics, video games, movies and anything else nerd, check out Nerdlocker. com, a place for your inner nerd.

This Week’s Book: The Cape by Joe Hill, Jason Ciaramella .

This Week’s Book: The Cape by Joe Hill, Jason Ciaramella, and Zach Howard. There’s a good reason why the original one-shot comic based on Hill’s story was nominated for an Eisner Award, one of the most prestigious awards in the comic-book industry, and a good adaptation of The Cape could receive a similar welcome from audiences and critics alike. And that’s exactly the sort of main character Hill gives us in Eric, a man-child who lives in his mother’s basement and blames the world for his failures. His supporting cast is similarly scarred, and in some ways, it’s their faults that determine their destiny.

Joe Hill's acclaimed short story from his best-selling short-story collection 20th Century Ghosts adapted to comics! . Explore your dark side in this tale by Hill and Jason Ciaramella, with art and two covers by Zach Howard.

Joe Hill's acclaimed short story from his best-selling short-story collection 20th Century Ghosts adapted to comics! The Cape will walk you along the fence of childhood innocence, and then throw you face first into a brick wall.

Every little boy dreams about putting on a cape and soaring up, up, and . Books related to Joe Hills The Cape. Joe Hill's Thumbprint.

Every little boy dreams about putting on a cape and soaring up, up, and away.

by Joe Hill (Author), Stephen King (Author), Jason Ciaramella (Author) . Joe Hill is meant to be a comic book writer.

by Joe Hill (Author), Stephen King (Author), Jason Ciaramella (Author), Chris Ryall (Author), Zach Howard (Artist) & 2 more. I compare his books and see a lot of his fathers writing in him, but in the comic format he reaches new grounds his predecessor could never achieve creating stories that feel real, fantasy, and most of all suspenseful. 3 people found this helpful.

Every little boy dreams about putting on a cape and soaring up, up, and away... but what if one day that dream were to come true?
Simple fellow
I would recommend this over many Marvel or DC graphic novels, at least for adults. It contains nudity and is not appropriate for kids by any means. It is better than "The Boys" series in my opinion but is too short to establish strong characters. It seems more like someone put together a movie pitch that flopped and simply turned it into a comic. Having said that, the comic is a solid story and better than most.
Gorisar
Dark comic but if you have read any Joe Hill than you already knew that. I very interesting story. It is not as well crafted as his work on Locke and Key (which is one of the greatest works ever created in the comic medium) but this is more along the lines of His novel "Horns". I really liked the illustration. Joe hill has a great track record and I like that he crosses from traditional horror fiction to comic books. We need more quality horror in the comic industry. Recommended.
Gaua
I was halfway through reading on my tablet in bed when i realized my girlfriend was reading over my shoulder. We were both engrossed by this painful tale. She is a huge Joe Hill fan, with the Locke & Key collection, Heart-Shaped Box, and Horns and this story convinced me to dive in. The art was a little uneven, but never distracted from the story. I grabbed it for kindle for just .99 and it was a steal. I love the super hero stuff, but a good punch in the gut like this elevates the art of graphic storytelling.
Tolrajas
knowing Joe Hill's work I realized it would be or could be ...macabre or sinister.An adolescent accident that leaves the child stuck there emotionally.The depths that he falls into ,as an adult,once given an amazing power is startling.Eric is amoral and without human feeling.We don't know for sure but it seems that prior to accident,Eric was normal little boy.Head injuries cause personality changes,but his full psychosis shows up when reunited with his cape.Which was his baby security blanket that his mother his mother turned into cape.........I.'m sure Freud would have a field day..The art is amazing . Really high end production values. A nice surprise for the money.
Umdwyn
Book is so good that I always give it away to get them to start either reading or reading graphic novels. This is my 4th time buying this.
So poignant and wonderful.
Gann
I loved this short story, and it is a perfect example of how great a short can be interpreted via comic series. In this case, Jason Ciaramella has masterfully converted Hill's original story to this wonderful series of comics. You really will find yourself asking, "but what if it really is magic?" about your cape, in whatever form it takes.
Jwalextell
Joe Hill's The Cape is not your average superhero story. It's not your average villain tale either. In this story you have real people with real feelings. I can honestly say that I am not sure who I felt sorry for the most. This is a great graphic novel that will make you think. It is worth so much more than I paid.
Not what expected but good reading.
The Cape ebook
Author:
Joe Hill,Zach Howard,Jason Ciaramella
Category:
Graphic Novels
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EPUB size:
1913 kb
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1424 kb
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Publisher:
IDW Publishing; First Edition edition (June 5, 2012)
Pages:
132 pages
Rating:
4.8
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