Item description for Kolchak the Night Stalker: Bare Bones (Kolchak the Nightstalker) by Joe Gentile...
This massive bone-rattling tome contains the original Kolchak scripts from the classic comics Kolchak Tales of the Night Stalker, as well as the graphic novels Get of Belial, Lambs to the Slaughter and Eve of Terror! All in their original and unadulterated form! See how insane these writer guys really are!
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.9" Width: 6" Height: 1.3" Weight: 1.15 lbs.
Release Date Oct 11, 2006
ISBN 1933076143 ISBN13 9781933076140
Reviews - What do customers think about Kolchak the Night Stalker: Bare Bones (Kolchak the Nightstalker)?
DON'T BUY IT! Feb 19, 2008
I was excited to see these books, but after buying this one, I'll take the rest of them off my wish list. Besides the two typos on the first three pages (and there are many more throughout,) the format is extremely hard to read and follow. I wish I hadn't wasted my money. If it had been written as an actual book and not scripts, it might have been a different story. Moonstone are obviously amateurs! No wonder they won't show their faces on the back cover. Heck, I'm embarrassed for them. DON'T BUY IT! Stick to the original TV series and the double feature that's available on DVD.
Very good book, with one significant flaw Jun 28, 2007
This book was very good, but the two part story was messed up. The story was supposed to be Proximity Prt. 1 and Proximity Prt. 2 but they were both part two.
Item! Worthy of your attention Apr 17, 2007
This book is terrific! It is a collection of comic book scripts that not only provides an inside view of how comic books are put together,but also perfectly captures the dialogue and spirit of the 1974 TV series. A couple of the stories are based on semi-completed scripts from that show. The supporting cast of Vincenzo, Updyke, and Miss. Emily are here, and the Kolchak charm and charisma shine through. Forget the pathetic remake that the network executives tried to foist on us. Those of us who remember the 2 telemovies and the Darren McGavin series can enjoy new Kolchak stories in this book.