Item description for Silent Hill: Dead/Alive (Silent Hill) by Scott Ciencin...
Imagine you are eight years old, undead and pure evil. Your plans to gain ultimate power in the mist-enshrouded haunted town of Silent Hill have left you defeated, a prisoner. Suddenly you are free. But this is what hell really is... because now you are alive and vulnerable - and you have competition. May the deadliest win.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.1" Width: 6.6" Height: 0.4" Weight: 0.8 lbs.
Release Date Aug 9, 2006
Publisher IDW Publishing
ISBN 1933239948 ISBN13 9781933239941
Availability 0 units.
More About Scott Ciencin
Scott Ciencin is a New York Times bestselling author of adult and children's fiction, with more than sixty novels, numerous short stories, and comic book scripts in a wide range of genres to his credits. His latest novel is The Rogue's Hour, the first book in the EverQuest adventure line. Scott has also penned the novelization for Jurassic Park II and a series of original Jurassic Park adventures, as well as tie-in books for such varied properties as Star Wars, Konami's Silent Hill, Star Trek, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, Batman, The Mask, Godzilla, Dinotopia, Kim Possible, Forgotten RealmsR.A. Salvatore's DemonWars and many more.
Scott Ciencin currently resides in Ft. Myers, in the state of Florida.
Reviews - What do customers think about Silent Hill: Dead/Alive (Silent Hill)?
Meh... Mar 13, 2007
I'm having a difficult time deciding how I feel about this comic.I enjoyed Dying Inside, mainly because Troy's foray into Silent Hill was probably the most psychological of the comics and was the only one that seemed to TRY to stay true to the games. But the last three issues were pretty different, and I was upset about that because they could have developed Troy's story and it would have been better. Much. Better. This one seems, at least to me, to seem to capture the feeling of Silent Hill- gloomy areas, disturbing creations- but it doesn't capture the story of the games. I don't want a rehash of Silent Hill 2 (best of them all, IMO) but I wanted something that stayed true to that feeling, and I don't seem to be getting it here. Christabella is a decent character, albeit a foul mouthed little girl, but she doesn't have enough potential to her, enough interest to hold me that much. Keep in mind I'm not entirely all the way through the story... not even close, really, but I'm getting a first impression and it's not a great one. Not terrible, but not great. I don't know, maybe I should finish it first, but if you're a die-hard Silent Hill fan, like me, you've probably already picked it up just because you love the series so much and want it all. But, for the love of God, fire Scott Ciencin and the new artist and get Ben Templesmith back. Please.
Silent Hill: Dead/Alive (Silent Hill) Mar 11, 2007
The grafic novel Silent Hill: Dead/Alive, was as good and inovative as its previous noels, but its ending was a bit off. The earlier novels gave me the impression the one must sacrefice, or atleast had to change to survive. This one was a bit weak on that note, regardless it was a good read and a creative story.