[Download] ➾ Courtney Crumrin and The Night Things, Volume 1 ➹ Ted Naifeh – Chainnews.us

Courtney Crumrin and The Night Things, Volume 1Fan Favorite And Critical Darling Courtney Crumrin Is Back In A Series Of Newly Remastered, Full Color Hardcover Editions Courtney S Parents Have Dragged Her Out To A High To Do Suburb To Live With Her Creepy Great Uncle Aloysius In His Spooky Old House She S Not Only The New Kid In School, But Also Discovers Strange Things Lurking Under Her Bed

[Download] ➾ Courtney Crumrin and The Night Things, Volume 1 ➹ Ted Naifeh – Chainnews.us
  • Hardcover
  • 137 pages
  • Courtney Crumrin and The Night Things, Volume 1
  • Ted Naifeh
  • English
  • 04 June 2018
  • 9781934964774

10 thoughts on “Courtney Crumrin and The Night Things, Volume 1

  1. says:

    A nice horror graphic novel for kids that grown ups might like too Its a good choice for a spooky bedtime story, well stories, since every issue its a diferent adventure for Courtney.

  2. says:

    Any book where children occasionally get eaten by night creatures without any apologies by the author is okay in my book Courtney is such a fantastic character Wish I was half as badass as she is Though personally I am happy I...

  3. says:

    This is a graphic novel series aimed at about a 12 year old s level Courtney Crumrin is a fairly stock character the rude, precociously misanthropic little girl who s brought to a new town by her callow, grasping, negligent parents, where they stay for free in a rich great uncle s mansion while trying to climb the social ladder Courtney has no friends and doesn t fit in, but soon discovers that her Uncle Aloysius has some interesting books and interesting hobbies, and that all kinds of ghoulies and ghasts hang around the mansion, and the surrounding town.Courtney has adventures with a goblin in the woods, meddles with magic to deal with bullies and her social isolation, and has to go rescue an infant she is babysitting from the Goblin Market Finally, she is almost replaced by a doppleganger.It s cute in places and Courtney has a...

  4. says:

    I need

  5. says:

    A nice read but unfortunately nothing

  6. says:

    A young adult graphic novel series that s also compelling for adults Or at least the adults in this house, who bought all seven full color hardbacks even though our library has them It begins when young Courtney goes to live with her uncle, a wizard, after her daffy parents finally run out of the ability to pretend they have lots of money Turns out Courtney has some magical gifts of her own, and her uncle may be a much needed emotional connection for Courtney or just another heartbreak.These books are dark Very, very dark Murder, painful losses, social isolation, and at least one quasi suicide attempt by a child Why do I love them Because a those things can make good fiction, and b Courtney s character has a fully developed, unique, interesting personality and a desire for justice that I empathize with She s growing up i...

  7. says:

    Courtney Crumrin and the Night Things Volume 1 is rife with dark humor and imaginative interactions, much of which I enjoyed for the most part I wouldn t say it s the most engaging comic I ve ever come across for its genre, but it is entertaining for an introductory read, and one I d likely continue to see what happens.The titular protagonist is a young girl who, along with her parents, goes to live with her strange, but oddly alluring uncle From there, Courtney has to deal with a little than the average new girl When you live in a town full of creepy things talking cats, changelings, goblins, beasts, among others it s a little than the average kid can handle Courtney, on the contrary, seems to embrace the weirdness in her new life with a smart, snarky attitude, and she isn t afraid to fight back In retrospect, I found that I liked Courtney s character and was willing to follow her through her respective encounters.Despite places where the commonplace humor is a bit forced and cheesy, the story...

  8. says:

    I don t know why it took me so long to read this I mean, I knew who Courtney Crumrin was, I was aware of her existence, of this book s , I was even intrigued despite that, I just never took the time to actually read any of this series.For some reason, the other day I think it was actually a Comixology sale I all of a sudden found myself finally reading this Even weirder I found myself not only really enjoying it, but forcing myself to slow down and not read it all in one sitting I wanted to at least get two sittings out of it I loved the character of, Courtney I loved the dynamic she ...

  9. says:

    I had read the four chapters that comprise this initial volume of the adventures of Courtney Crumrin as they had originally appeared in single issues I had found the series amusing but nothing spectacular It s grim and fun, but shows little staying power.Which is why it took me so long to review the collection.I had purchased the first two volumes of the series in a fit of patriotism participating in wild consumer endeavors is the best way to show ones support of the establishment They ve sat unread on my bookshelf for about two years Slightly weary of the non fiction work I ve been devouring, I needed something inconsequential upon which to rest my mind, so I picked up The Night Things.Largely, the series showed itself to be as I remembered it An amusement and little Ted Naifeh s art was fun to look at and the st...

  10. says:

    Vrlo zabavn strip sa interesantnim stilom crtanja i jos interesantnijom pricom Imamo cetiri epizode koje nas fino upoznaju sa svetom mada ne daje previse informcija nego ipak se mora samostalno razmisliti da bi se dobila cela ...

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