Ghoul #3

Ghoul #3

$5.00
VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
Steve Niles (w)
Bernie Wrightson (a & c)
After a brief, demonic waylay, the Ghoul and Detective Klimpt finally come face-to-face with the horror they have sought. What began as a Hollywood rumor takes a twisted turn for the worst and the recently teamed-up monster and cop find themselves in a nightmare of glitz, glamour and guts! Also, part three of the prose Ghoul adventure “My Ghoul” also concludes as Wrightson, Niles and IDW dole out a generous dose of horrors.
Date Available: 03/10/2010
BONUS REVIEW by KIRK JACKSON

If you were to take the best of the stories found in Creepy, or Tales >From the Crypt, develop one of the smug, lesson teaching monsters at the end into an awesome private “dick” protagonist, you’d have The Ghoul. Unlike most other hulking behemoths that tromp around and smash evil with ease, this big grey ghoul has an extremely winning personality and it’s hard not to want to be the subject of his playful jabs. The charm of this book lies in the characters, and how they react to the eerie monsters surrounding the Hollywood mystery they’re trying to solve. The art style is perfect for such a “pulpy” adventure, and the reader winds up with a smile one only gets in watching a couple of cool cats square off against the type of hellspawn only pulp horror can provide.
I give it 9 out of 10 Grahams
VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
Steve Niles (w)
Bernie Wrightson (a & c)
After a brief, demonic waylay, the Ghoul and Detective Klimpt finally come face-to-face with the horror they have sought. What began as a Hollywood rumor takes a twisted turn for the worst and the recently teamed-up monster and cop find themselves in a nightmare of glitz, glamour and guts! Also, part three of the prose Ghoul adventure “My Ghoul” also concludes as Wrightson, Niles and IDW dole out a generous dose of horrors.
Date Available: 03/10/2010
BONUS REVIEW by KIRK JACKSON

If you were to take the best of the stories found in Creepy, or Tales >From the Crypt, develop one of the smug, lesson teaching monsters at the end into an awesome private “dick” protagonist, you’d have The Ghoul. Unlike most other hulking behemoths that tromp around and smash evil with ease, this big grey ghoul has an extremely winning personality and it’s hard not to want to be the subject of his playful jabs. The charm of this book lies in the characters, and how they react to the eerie monsters surrounding the Hollywood mystery they’re trying to solve. The art style is perfect for such a “pulpy” adventure, and the reader winds up with a smile one only gets in watching a couple of cool cats square off against the type of hellspawn only pulp horror can provide.
I give it 9 out of 10 Grahams
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