Rivers of London
Rivers of London begins a new story from creator Ben Aaronovitch.The secret history of Nightingale is revealed for the first time, as wizarding cop, Peter Grant uncovers his mentor’s occult service in World War II!

Rivers of London Details

TitleRivers of London
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ReleaseOct 17th, 2018
PublisherTitan
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GenreSequential Art, Comics, Fantasy, Urban Fantasy, Historical

Rivers of London Review

  • Paul
    January 1, 1970
    Finally starting to get some details on Nightingale. Only a little but very satisfying.
  • Linda J. Sandahl
    January 1, 1970
    Nightingale magics WW2This series starts with a bang, almost literally, as master magician Thomas Nightingale drops a Nazi fighter plane from the sky with a flick of his hand.. It also introduces old comrades, including a possible earlier incarnation of ghost chasing dog Toby.I love seeing Nightingale do his stiff- upper- lip, old fashioned British magic. After all, one doesn't need to show off. This series has such depth of character and love of history (not to mention architecture, spicy food, Nightingale magics WW2This series starts with a bang, almost literally, as master magician Thomas Nightingale drops a Nazi fighter plane from the sky with a flick of his hand.. It also introduces old comrades, including a possible earlier incarnation of ghost chasing dog Toby.I love seeing Nightingale do his stiff- upper- lip, old fashioned British magic. After all, one doesn't need to show off. This series has such depth of character and love of history (not to mention architecture, spicy food, and jazz). Been Aaronovitch can tell by kind of story he wants --- and keep new episodes coming!
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  • Jenn
    January 1, 1970
    Another installment in the graphic novel series in the PC Peter Grant world -- this time, we're delving into the past for a story of a practitioner who is a serial murderer (but aren't they all?). Quick read - great illustrations - will reread later on my tablet.
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  • patrycja polczyk
    January 1, 1970
    The story seems interesting. I loved how the first two corpses were portrayed. Waiting for more :)
  • Jenette
    January 1, 1970
    I love catching glimpses of Nightingale's history.
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