Pinocchio: Vampire Slayer
After seeing Geppetto die at the hands of vampires, Pinocchio swears revenge in this darkly funny graphic novel. As the vampires plot the enslavement of mankind, only a one-puppet army stands in their way. But will a wooden boy and his endless supply of stakes - courtesy of plenty of lies and his... show more
After seeing Geppetto die at the hands of vampires, Pinocchio swears revenge in this darkly funny graphic novel. As the vampires plot the enslavement of mankind, only a one-puppet army stands in their way. But will a wooden boy and his endless supply of stakes - courtesy of plenty of lies and his elongating nose - be enough to save the day?
Publish date: November 10th 2009
Publisher: SLG Publishing
Pages no: 128
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Fairy Tales
, Sequential Art
, Graphic Novels
, Graphic Novels Comics
Series: Pinocchio, Vampire Slayer (#1)
Genre: Horror / Fairy Tale / Remake Year Published: 2009 Year Read: 11/6/2014 Series: Pinocchio Vampire Slayer #1 Publisher: SLG Publishing Introduction: Alright, so when I was browsing through my library looking for some good fairy tale books to read, I stumbled upon this unknown gra...
This is a new take on Pinocchio that stays true to the original, while still being wildly original. It's dark, and clever, and funny, and so, so much more than I expected. Even after reading some - some brilliant reviews by friends that I trust - my reaction was still really? No, seriously? ...
I soured on vampires before vampires were cool, back in the early '90s. But how could I resist picking this up? The premise is amazing, even if you're not a vampire-phile. The art is wonderful, with a razor-edged Disney feel. The characters were good, but I didn't find myself too vested in any of th...
I dare you to look me in the eye and tell me you wouldn't pick this up if you stumbled upon it. Come on, Pinocchio as a vampire slayer? You know you'd be intrigued! Well, whether you agree with me or not, the fact remains that I was definitely drawn in by the idea. I'm a sucker for a good retelling,...
Pinocchio is all grown up (well, sort of,) and has found honest work, and a never-ending supply of... wait for it... vampire killing stakes. Oh, I guess you got that part from the title and cover art? So the hook is obvious, Pinocchio, the wooden boy of the original story, finds his purpose in life ...