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Crossing Midnight Vol. 2: A Map of Midnight epub

by Mike Carey,Jim Fern,Eric Nguyen,Jose Villarrubia


Crossing Midnight Vol. 2: A Map of Midnight epub

ISBN: 1401216455

ISBN13: 978-1401216450

Author: Mike Carey,Jim Fern,Eric Nguyen,Jose Villarrubia

Category: Comics and Graphics

Subcategory: Graphic Novels

Language: English

Publisher: Vertigo; First Edition edition (February 13, 2008)

Pages: 168 pages

ePUB book: 1479 kb

FB2 book: 1889 kb

Rating: 4.4

Votes: 438

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Crossing Midnight was an American horror/fantasy comic book series set in contemporary Japan. It was written by Mike Carey and illustrated by Jim Fern and Eric Nguyen, with covers by J. H. Williams III.

Crossing Midnight was an American horror/fantasy comic book series set in contemporary Japan. Vertigo, a DC Comics imprint, published the series. Due to poor sales, the series concluded after 19 issues.

Crossing Midnight, Vol. 2 book. Eric Nguyen (Illustrato). Mark Pennington (Illustrator). Start by marking Crossing Midnight, Vol. 2: A Map of Midnight as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Mike Carey (Goodreads Author), Jim Fern (Illustrator). A fantasy/horror series set in the heart of present-day Nagakaki, Japan where a set of extraordinary twins are born - one just before midnight and the other just after.

Crossing Midnight: Cut Here is the first volume of what will hopefully be a decent-length series by Mike Carey. Though better known for his work on Hellblazer and Lucifer, Mike Carey is an excellent writer who all-to-seldom works with characters and universes of his own creation. Though better known for his work on Hellblazer and Lucifer, Mike Carey is an excellent writer who all-to-seldom works with characters and universes of his own creation

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Crossing Midnight - A Map of Midnight. lt; Previous Issue. 1 - Cut Here 2 - A Map of Midnight 3 - The Sword in the Soul.

Williams, III, Eric Nguyen, Eva De La Cruz, Mark Pennington. Williams, III, Eric Nguyen, Inaki Miranda, Jim Fern. Series: CROSSING MIDNIGHT 2007. Price (Graphic Novel)

Williams, III, Eric Nguyen, Eva De La Cruz, Mark Pennington. Written by: Mike Carey. Price (Graphic Novel): 1. 9. On Sale Date: Feb 13 2008. Volume/Issue 2. Digital Comics.

Crossing Midnight Vol 1/Collections. Inaki Miranda/Penciler. Crossing Midnight: A Map of Midnight (Collected). Crossing Midnight: A Map of Midnight. Crossing Midnight February, 2008. Eric Nguyen/Penciler. Mark Pennington/Inker. Eva de la Cruz/Inker.

Written by Mike Carey Art by Jim Fern & Mark Pennington Cover by . Williams III Part 1 of the 4-part 'A Map of Midnight

Written by Mike Carey Art by Jim Fern & Mark Pennington Cover by . Williams III Part 1 of the 4-part 'A Map of Midnight. With both a new role and a new life in service to Lord Aratsu, Toshi must choose her weapons and begin her hazardous training through a g world like nothing anyone has ever experienced Written by Mike Carey Art by Jim Fern, Inaki Miranda and Mark Pennington Cover by . Williams III As Toshi prowls through Tokyo learning her magical trade, she'll discover just how dangerously the kami world intersects with the real one. Meanwhile, Kai finally gets some answers regarding the enemy the twins are facing.

Book in the Crossing Midnight Series). Written by Mike Carey Cover by . Williams III Art by Jim Fern, Eric Nguyen and Mark Pennington Collecting issues of the acclaimed new Vertigo series! Toshi begins her hazardous training through a g world.

Written by Mike Carey Cover by . Advance-solicited; on sale February 13.

Artists: Jim Fern, and 2 more. Published by: Titan Books. 9 Was £. 9 RRP £1. Delivery cost of this item to United Kingdom: £. 0. Once dispatched, estimated delivery within the United Kingdom is 3 to 5 working days. Store prices may vary.

A fantasy/horror series set in the heart of present-day Nagakaki, Japan where a set of extraordinary twins are born -- one just before midnight and the other just after. They discover the huge impact this minor difference has on their destinies when the after-midnight twin, Toshi, is inducted into a world of supernatural beings and events that intersects with our own world. Now Toshi and her brother, Kai, desperately try to stay one step ahead of their terrifying fates while they learn how far their new world of terror intersects with their own.

In this volume, Toshi must choose her weapons and begin her hazardous training through a fairy- tale-gone-wrong world like nothing anyone has ever experienced. Plus, Kai falls in with the enjokosai -- middle- to high-school-age girls who go on dates for money. It's legal in Japan, but a supernatural slasher is voicing disapproval in the bloodiest ways imaginable.

This was a good continuation to the series, it introduced new characters and situations and there were lots of twists and surprises. It is a little violent but it is a horror comic so that is to be expected. The twins are "growing" up but the fates are against them as forces conspire to have them fight against each other and there are hints that they both have powerful supernatural powers and will be fighting in the last book. I really enjoyed this book and recommend it and am looking forward to what happens next.
Good story. I originally found book 1 at the libraryvyears ago, and could never remember the name. Then i came acriss it again and made sure to buy it before I forgot! Ths story was that interesting.
I just randomly picked up volumes 1 and 2 of Crossing Midnight at the library because I was bored and they looked interesting. It's been awhile since I was really into reading comics and I hadn't heard of Carey before. Honestly, vol. 1 was pretty typical. Aside from the setting in Japan there wasn't anything there I haven't seen and read before. And it took way too long to set the stage. Comparatively, and perhaps as a negative balance, I've just recently read that vol. 3 (which I have yet to read, the library doesn't carry it yet) proceeds much too fast to the resolution. And that is really a shame because the middle volume is juuuuust right. Read it yesterday and it's still rolling around in my mind, always the sign of good story.

Interesting and new writing, new plot developments, characters being flushed out, the story just progresses at a really nice pace; it had a lot going for it. Actually, it reminded me a little bit of Sandman: a page dedicated to an unknown, totally human character that serves to set up the fallout in the following pages. And in a tip to classiness, Mr. Carey dedicates the last page of the graphic novel to awareness of teenage prostitution in three countries with instructions about how to get involved. He is answering the slew of rabid fanmail about the individual comics contained within volume 2 I'm sure, but regardless, it's insightful. And culturally thought provoking.

2 is certainly better than 1 but I haven't read 3 yet.