Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter: The Laughing Corpse, Volume 3: Executioner (2020)

Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter: The Laughing Corpse, Volume 3: Executioner Laurell K. Hamilton Ron Lim Jessica Ruffner Anita Blake Vampire Hunter The Laughing Corpse Volume Executioner What would you do for a million dollars Would you resurrect a three centuries old corpse Harold Gaynor poses just that question to Animator and part time vampire hunter Anita Blake
  • Title: Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter: The Laughing Corpse, Volume 3: Executioner
  • Author: Laurell K. Hamilton Ron Lim Jessica Ruffner
  • ISBN: 9780785136347
  • Page: 128
  • Format: Hardcover
Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter: The Laughing Corpse, Volume 3: Executioner Laurell K. Hamilton Ron Lim Jessica Ruffner What would you do for a million dollars Would you resurrect a three centuries old corpse Harold Gaynor poses just that question to Animator and part time vampire hunter, Anita Blake.
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  1. quinnster

    I really enjoyed the first few novels in the Anita Blake series, before everything became a love triangle and boring sameness So having the graphic novels of the first few books is exciting The graphic novel so far is pretty much just an illustrated version of the novel and that is fantastic It would be have been annoying if they changed it around It s fun to have faces to add to the ideas you have in your head of what characters in the book should look like The illustrations are brilliant trans [...]

  2. Talyn Falls

    The library didn t have the novel version of this story and I refuse to spend money on this , but had this second half of the comic book adaptation, and seeing as how I m not really in love with this series to begin with I totally cheated and am just going to read this and put the first part of the story together in my head with the help of the internet I have to say that Anita Blake isn t quite so agitating in comic book form as she is in the books I think it s because comics allow characters t [...]

  3. Karen

    Reading this when I did was a good way to remind myself what Anita was like before she started dealing with the monsters on a personal level This was my love hate phase with Anita because she was such an extremely judgmental, holier than thou piece of work when she was younger But at the same time she was a hard ass who knew enough to be afraid of what went bump in the night, since she knew it was real The graphic novel just gave another dimension to the world that she lives in.Anita as always h [...]

  4. Vanessa

    Despite their occasional flaws, once upon a time I did sincerely love LKH s Anita Blake series before it took the pornarific turn of latter days that torpedoed any notion of plot, suspense or common sense And while I ve read lots of urban fantasy since I gave up on Hamilton, I have never found a substitute for sociopathic Anita and the alternate universe St Louis where she works as a corpse animator and state appointed vampire executioner I picked this up on a whim from the library and actually [...]

  5. Rachel

    The final episodes in The Laughing Corpse graphic novel series were absolutely epic Anita really comes into her power, power that she didn t even realize she had, but she uses it for good rather than hurting others Well, she didn t hurt anyone who didn t deserve it Quite enjoyable and I would highly recommend it

  6. Cassy

    Ok, so this is kind of a review of all six or so Graphic Novels The story line hasn t changed, and I still love it Badass girl fights all sorts of monsters Never gets old.However, the drawing kind of killed it for me Richard was not at ALL how I pictured him, Jean Claude was fun to picture in my head, as was Anita Anita wasn t as overly sexualized in the books as she is in the Graphic Novels because they re all drawn written by men and so big boobs with skinny waists is what you get Lame She ju [...]

  7. Racquel

    Not as good as the full book, but still interesting I ll admit part of it is just actually seeing Anita in the ridiculous pink bridesmaid dress at the end Could be a lot detailed for how descriptive the book is, just speaking in the character drawing department, not even the story line Though considering it s a comic, I guess they felt they should smudge some details as a hunter series is a little gory just on principle Still is an interesting version bringing a new facet to life of some well [...]

  8. Sara Thompson

    This volume wraps up the Laughing Corpse series of the Anita Blake graphic novels I rather liked this series now that I understand how the books go The story starts with a horrible murder caused by a rogue zombie In this volume, Anita finds and destroys the zombie The story behind the zombie s creation causes Anita to question her ability as a necromancer More importantly, it asks the question what would we do for money and or power.I was a little disappointed that the vampire didn t come to her [...]

  9. Jesse

    Very good These graphic novels follow the story so well I think they did a great job with Anita and Jean Claude as well as Dolph and Zebrowski You just have to keep in mind that it s going to be a bit cartoony because it s a graphic novel, but the artwork is really good in my opinion It took me back I think they are only going to book four with the graphic novels, just in time to introduce Richard Can t wait to see how they create him.

  10. Shandra

    Recently realized I d never read the third and final book in the graphic novelization of The Laughing Corpse I read the first Anita Blake books long enough ago that the story is vaguely familiar, but not too familiar to take away the fun I also love the quality of the art work Definitely an enjoyable read, though I wonder if they make as much sense to people who have not read the books

  11. Kathryn

    As a review to the whole three volume set The art is clean I like it I did like the dirty lined look of the original artist but the new artist has added realism to the shapes even while making the lighting a bit cartoony The variant covers are cool too.The story carried over well I really enjoyed reading it I did all three in a day.

  12. Nidah (SleepDreamWrite)

    You know I like Anita in the early books So far anyway, or so I heard Anyway this was good Intense but at the same time I like that Anita is at least likable all the while gets the job done but knows something s wrong Anyway, good volume.

  13. Pagetranquility

    The artwork is very impressive and the character s expressions very detailed The last volume of the three contains most of the action and from start to finish moves very fast To see the first LKH books in graphic novel form is a treat and is a look back to when her writing was top notch.

  14. Emma-Louise

    Brilliant conclusion Although I can t stand the later books in the series, these early ones will always have a special place in my heart Especially the Jean Claude and Anita moments Roll on Circus of the Damned

  15. Amy Denim

    A satisfying conclusion to this story Lots of ends tied up, but room for stories The art is brilliant It had to be lots of fun for the artists to do the china doll bridesmaid bit after all the blood and guts and gore throughout the rest of the story Can t wait to read .

  16. Cindy

    Nice conclusion to the Dominga story line, and as ever, I love the art of these books They really capture Anita as I ve always seen her in my head.

  17. Jesse Magnan

    Now I have to track down the actual book version But the graphic novel is a treat for the eyes.

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