CASTLE fans rejoice! For the first time anywhere, CASTLE's titular hero Derrick Storm comes to life in the pages of this all-new graphic novel. This "adaptation" of Derrick Storm's first novel adventure takes our hero from the gritty world of the private eye all the way to the globe-hopping... show more
CASTLE fans rejoice! For the first time anywhere, CASTLE's titular hero Derrick Storm comes to life in the pages of this all-new graphic novel. This "adaptation" of Derrick Storm's first novel adventure takes our hero from the gritty world of the private eye all the way to the globe-hopping intrigue of the CIA. Eisner Award-winning Marvel Architect Brian Bendis and red hot Osborn writer Kelly Sue DeConnick worked closely with CASTLE creator Andrew Marlowe to create the one thing millions of CASTLE fans have been asking for: Their first real Derrick Storm adventure. A wall-to-wall, gritty, witty, globe-hopping detective thrill ride for fans of the hit TV show starring Nathan Fillion and Stana Katic, as well as fans of darn good comic books.
Publish date: September 28th 2011
Pages no: 112
Edition language: English
Series: Derrick Storm Graphic Novel (#1)
I liked this graphic novel adaptation of the Derrick Storm character.
I tried to explain this when I squeed when I saw it for cataloguing in work. I was still trying to explain a while later as they looked at me with that look of people who aren't into genre fiction get when you start geeking out. Castle is one of my favourite TV shows. The idea that some of his st...
So far, I can tell you it's usually bad news when it takes me more than one day to finish a comic. This is day three. I'll probably finish this tonight, but there's no great urgency. I don't have to know who did it. I could easily bring this back to the library and never think about it again. B...
I don't care much for graphic novels and the ones I do choose to read involve book series I've come to enjoy. I thought this may work the same way with tv shows, apparently not. Just watch the show Castle because the story, the dialogue and the art in general did absolutely nothing for me. Pass pass...