Penny Dreadful
Set six months after the shocking events of the Penny Dreadful season three TV finale. Written by Penny Dreadful TV series Co-Executive Producer Chris King. In the void left behind by Vanessa's death, Ethan and Sir Malcolm must search for a new meaning in life. But the demimonde isn't done with them yet, as decisions from the past come screaming back to haunt them...

Penny Dreadful Details

TitlePenny Dreadful
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseNov 7th, 2017
PublisherTitan Comics
ISBN-139781785855276
Rating
GenreSequential Art, Graphic Novels, Horror, Comics, Graphic Novels Comics

Penny Dreadful Review

  • Loki
    January 1, 1970
    Six months after the conclusion of the tv show, evil still won't leave our heroes alone. Older, wiser, but more wearied, they must reassemble yet again to face the twin evils of the Dragon and the Devil.It's not bad. It's not as lush as the show at its hallucinogenic best, but for what can be done with ink on a page (as opposed to moving images and soundscapes), it captures the feel pretty well. The pace drags a little in the flashbacks (which could easily have several pages shorter, since it's Six months after the conclusion of the tv show, evil still won't leave our heroes alone. Older, wiser, but more wearied, they must reassemble yet again to face the twin evils of the Dragon and the Devil.It's not bad. It's not as lush as the show at its hallucinogenic best, but for what can be done with ink on a page (as opposed to moving images and soundscapes), it captures the feel pretty well. The pace drags a little in the flashbacks (which could easily have several pages shorter, since it's painfully obvious how they will turn out and their function is almost purely expository), but all in all, this is a great new beginning.
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  • Bob Meracle
    January 1, 1970
    Excellent direct sequel to the tv series and written by the co-producer. The book involves the risen mummy Belial and a group of satanists bent on bringing Lucifer out of Hell to reside in Vanessa's body. Plenty of amazing illustrated horror action. I very highly recommend this graphic novel to all fans of Penny Dreadful.
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  • Maureen
    January 1, 1970
    Volume 2 picks up where the series ended. If you loved the Showtime series, then the graphic novels will surely fill that longing for more Dreadfuls.
  • Castle Spooktacular
    January 1, 1970
    Really good!
  • Sara Witte
    January 1, 1970
    I loved this show. I love this series.
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