Item description for Nocturnals Volume 3: Unhallowed Eve by Dan Brereton...
Collecting two giant-sized NOCTURNALS adventures in one trade paperback! First up, the long out-of-print WITCHING HOUR serial from DARK HORSE PRESENTS-a full-color adventure starring Halloween Girl. Her trick-or-treating greed leads her to a dilapidated shack and a ghastly witch who isn't prepared to let her go home. Good thing she's not prepared for the Gunwtich, either. Second is TROLL BRIDGE, the artist jam extravaganza printed in black, white, and orange-a special Halloween candy treat. Halloween Girl gets spirited away by the naughty devil lantern, and the rest of the Nocturnals have to chase her from dimension to weird dimension to try to bring her home. Featuring art by Ted Naifeh, Jill Thompson, Arthur Adams, Joyce Chin, Adam Warren, Bruce Timm, Jay Stephens, Stephen DeStefano, Stan Sakai, Eric Jones, Kieron Dwyer, and John Heebink, with special cameos by Jingle Belle, Usagi Yojimbo, and Scary Godmother! It's two-fists of fun, featuring Dan Brereton's creepiest creations!
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.92" Width: 6.38" Height: 0.24" Weight: 0.44 lbs.
Release Date Oct 15, 2002
Publisher Oni Press
ISBN 1929998430 ISBN13 9781929998432
Reviews - What do customers think about Nocturnals Volume 3: Unhallowed Eve?
Devilishly Demented Diversion Jul 28, 2005
Neat compilation of stories focusing more on the youngest member of the Nocturnals, Halloween Girl. The young daughter of Doc Horror gets herself into a lot of trouble in this one but she either gets by with a little help from her friends, or figures a way to get herself out of trouble. A little cutesy in places but still a worth while read. I do recommend you get this with one or two of the other books in the Nocturnals series as it will make some references easier to puzzle out. This is one of three books I bought because I was interested in having a look at the Nocturnals series as a whole to go along with the genre book for the Mutants and Masterminds game published by Green Ronin. I have rather eccentric tastes but the whole of the Nocturnal series stands alone in my mind as some of the most ghoulish fun I've had reading comics.
Great spooky fun for Halloween or anytime. Apr 11, 2004
One of the most fun Nocs books out there, this complilation not only features great work from Dan Brereton (who should be revered as a god, IMHO), but lots of other amazing artists as well. Jill Thompson and Ted Naifeh especially stand out, but everyone involved did some great work. As with all the Nocs books, Unhallowed Eve is a monster mash of a good time.