Locke & Key, Vol. 1: Welcome to Lovecraft
Locke & Key tells of Keyhouse, an unlikely New England mansion, with fantastic doors that transform all who dare to walk through them, and home to a hate-filled and relentless creature that will not rest until it forces open the most terrible door of them all! Acclaimed suspense novelist and New... show more
Locke & Key tells of Keyhouse, an unlikely New England mansion, with fantastic doors that transform all who dare to walk through them, and home to a hate-filled and relentless creature that will not rest until it forces open the most terrible door of them all! Acclaimed suspense novelist and New York Times best-selling author Joe Hill (Heart-Shaped Box) creates an all-new story of dark fantasy and wonder, with astounding artwork from Gabriel Rodriguez.
Publish date: August 18th 2009
Publisher: IDW Publishing
Pages no: 168
Edition language: English
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Series: Locke & Key (#1)
This is an incredible introduction to this series by Joe Hill. The story is intriguing. The characters are unique. And I am in LOVE with the art style Gabriel Rodriguez did a fantastic job in bringing this horrifying story to life. I won't say too much about this series because I feel like saying an...
I'll save my review till I finish up the whole series, but I have to say Joe Hill is impressing me more and more with everything thing I read by him.
After a summer tragedy, Tyler, Kinsey and Bode Locke are brought by their mother to live with their uncle, Duncan Locke, in the family home of Keyhouse in Lovecraft, MA. The Lockes have all been affected differently by the murder of their father and anxiety about what will happen now that they've co...
This was so good! A lot is left unexplained about the house etc, but there's another volume that I need to get my hands on yesterday! I think maybe Joe should stick to graphic novels instead of prose...
Holy hell, this was impressive. I haven't read a lot of graphic novel horror as of yet, and I wasn't sure how it translated over. How do you build up tension and unease when the reader can see the entire page at once? Well, Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez figured it out. Let me tell you. This graphic...