Publish date: May 29th 2012
Publisher: IDW Publishing
Pages no: 132
Edition language: English
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Series: The Cape
Following this will be a series of quick reviews for all the comics/graphic novels I've been devouring! The Cape was the first graphic novel I borrowed from my library's new comic lending service. I'm slightly addicted to Joe Hill right now. His writing is just so dark, and yet poignant. He shows ...
I read The Cape first in the [b:20th Century Ghosts|373915|20th Century Ghosts|Joe Hill|https://d.gr-assets.com/books/1388224829s/373915.jpg|1049073] (and I reread it before the comic book). It had a nice childish approach to superheroes and was close enough in setting (dead elm in the corner of the...
You know that old saying, never judge a book by its cover? Joe Hill's The Cape is the perfect book to apply that wisdom to. On the cover, we see a man hovering above the ground, donning a cape and dressed in a t-shirt, ripped jeans and tennis shoes. Without knowing anything about the story, you've g...
This comic has such beautiful art... I must find more comics drawn by Daniel! The story was interesting as well though it would have done a bit better with a few more issues.
I received a 40-page preview of "The Cape," based on the short story written by Joe Hill, adapted by Jason Ciaramella, and illustrated by Zach Howard and Nelson Daniel. It's an adult comic/graphic novel about a superhero given powers after a tragic accident that happened to him as a little boy. Eri...