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The Black Forest [Epub] ➟ The Black Forest Author Todd Livingston – Polishdarling.co.uk World War I In the battle between good and evil, evil just got creative The Germans are developing a mysterious weapon to break through the trenches American pilot Jack Shannon and Archie Caldwell, Br World War I In the battle between good and evil, evil just got creative The Germans are developing a mysterious weapon to break through the trenches American pilot Jack Shannon and Archie Caldwell, Britain s greatest stage magician, are sent behind enemy lines, into the heart of the supernatural vortex that is The Black Forest There, in a remote castle, they match wits with evil occultist Avery Dye, who aims to use The Black ePUB Ù Frankenstein s Monster as a template to create an army of unstoppable re animated dead In order to thwart the forces of evil, Jack and Archie will be forced to battle Nosferatu, werewolves, a sorcerer, and Frankenstein s Monster himself.


10 thoughts on “The Black Forest

  1. Qt Qt says:

    Great comic book I loved the classic monster feel, and thought it was great that there was plenty of action and spookiness without it getting really gory The hero was a bit too arrogant for me to like him, but he d be right at home in an old horror movie, and there were plenty of other characters I did like It was fun how so many monsters were combined into one book I especially liked Frankenstein s monster A couple of scenes were unclear to me, and a few things I thought needed a littl Great comic book I loved the classic monster feel, and thought it was great that there was plenty of action and spookiness without it getting really gory The hero was a bit too arrogant for me to like him, but he d be right at home in an old horror movie, and there were plenty of other characters I did like It was fun how so many monsters were combined into one book I especially liked Frankenstein s monster A couple of scenes were unclear to me, and a few things I thought needed a littleexplanation, but those are minor quibbles After I finished it I went and ordered Black Forest 2 right away


  2. Rodolfo Santullo Rodolfo Santullo says:

    Todav a con Overlord muy presente en mis retinas, cae en mis manos esta estupenda novela gr fica de un grupo de autores por completo desconocidos para mi, pero editada por Image lo que siempre da varios grados de confianza que me retrotrae de inmediato a dicha pel cula Nos encontramos en 1916, en plena WWI Estamos en la guerra de trincheras y pr cticamente los dos bandos se encuentran trancados en Tierra de Nadie, ganando escasos cent metros batalla tras batalla Sin embargo, algo cambia lo Todav a con Overlord muy presente en mis retinas, cae en mis manos esta estupenda novela gr fica de un grupo de autores por completo desconocidos para mi, pero editada por Image lo que siempre da varios grados de confianza que me retrotrae de inmediato a dicha pel cula Nos encontramos en 1916, en plena WWI Estamos en la guerra de trincheras y pr cticamente los dos bandos se encuentran trancados en Tierra de Nadie, ganando escasos cent metros batalla tras batalla Sin embargo, algo cambia los alemanes ponen en marcha un plan llamada Proyecto Prometeo y de repente, las trincheras francesas aparecen desiertas S , hay rastros de sangre que muestran que all han muerto los soldados Pero d nde est n sus cuerpos Averiguarlo ser tarea del audaz piloto voluntario estadounidense Jack Shannon y el mago y experto ocultista brit nico Archie Caldwell, en una misi n suicida que los llevar a lo m s rec ndito del Bosque Negro, donde viven los monstruos Porque lo que proponen Livingston y Tinnell desde su gui n es un homenaje a los monstruos de la Universal bah, a los monstruos en general y a las historias pulp que combinan horror, guerra y aventura en su variante m s cl sica m sica para mis o dos El arte de Vokes no puede ser m s adecuado, un excelso narrador en blanco y negro, que quiz no sea el ilustrador m s deslumbrante, pero sus p ginas est n cargadas de v rtigo y emoci n que se transmite cuadro a cuadro Estupendos personajes, buen simos di logos, emocionante historia, un disfrute pleno


  3. Andrew Andrew says:

    3.5 starsStory was a little lackluster.


  4. Don Weiss Don Weiss says:

    In every way VAN HELSING failed to become the perfect homage to the Classic Universal Monsters, THE BLACK FOREST succeeded.The setting is Europe during World War I The unlikely pair of American flying ace Jack Shannon and British stage magician Archie Caldwell are sent to infiltrate a castle situated in the mysterious region of the Black Forest They get farthan they bargained for when they uncover a plot to reanimate an army of the dead, leading to dangerous encounters with a pack of sav In every way VAN HELSING failed to become the perfect homage to the Classic Universal Monsters, THE BLACK FOREST succeeded.The setting is Europe during World War I The unlikely pair of American flying ace Jack Shannon and British stage magician Archie Caldwell are sent to infiltrate a castle situated in the mysterious region of the Black Forest They get farthan they bargained for when they uncover a plot to reanimate an army of the dead, leading to dangerous encounters with a pack of savage werewolves, a group of bloodthirsty Nosferatu, and a fully charged Frankenstein Monster.Robert Tinnell and Todd Livingston make an unforgettable first impression on the world of comic books and graphic novels The action is fast paced and non stop, the mood is dark and eerie, and all the characters are always full of surprises one never knows for sure WHICH side a particular character is playing on, until it s too late.Reading THE BLACK FOREST without the art of comic veteran Neil Vokes is unthinkable His renditions of the werewolves, the Nosferatu, and the Frankenstein Monster are at once hard core and rooted in Classic Monster mythology The Monster is of a particularly intriguing design, appearing to be inspired from characteristics described by Mary Shelley and portrayed by Boris Karloff The uniqueness of his physique is a total match for that of his characterization, as the reader will discover.The inkwashed black and white technique fits the tone of the book perfectly Like the Classic Universal Monster films, THE BLACK FOREST just wouldn t have the same impact in color.There s really nothing bad to say about this graphic novel One or two scenes may seem a bit too dark, but this is a minor gripe THE BLACK FOREST has quickly secured its place among those other excellent homages to Classic Horror films, RETURN OF THE WOLF MAN and THE MONSTER SQUAD Tinnell, Livingston, and Vokes have set quite a standard to surpass, though they may soon do so with their next project, THE WICKED WEST Sound unbelievable Perhaps, but I wouldn t put it past them


  5. Brendan Brendan says:

    The Black Forest follows the grim adventures of air ace Jack Shannon, sent on a suicide mission with a mysterious British agent into the Black Forest of Germany during World War 2 Their mission takes them into the heart of dark magic country, encountering old world monsters and creepy castles, not to mention Nazis galore It s an amusing comic, a straight up WW2 occult adventure story, similar to the kinds of stories Mike Mignola tells in Hellboy and BPRD Vokes art reminds me of Mike Oe The Black Forest follows the grim adventures of air ace Jack Shannon, sent on a suicide mission with a mysterious British agent into the Black Forest of Germany during World War 2 Their mission takes them into the heart of dark magic country, encountering old world monsters and creepy castles, not to mention Nazis galore It s an amusing comic, a straight up WW2 occult adventure story, similar to the kinds of stories Mike Mignola tells in Hellboy and BPRD Vokes art reminds me of Mike Oemi ng, both angular and a little cartoony The pages are pretty dark, with menacing workmanlike depictions of the action Overall, a solid, enjoyable effort


  6. Seth Tucker Seth Tucker says:

    A great comic that tells a harrowing story to stop the secrets of Dr Frankenstein from falling into the hands of the Germans Set against the backdrop of WWI, an American pilot and English occultist have to venture into the Black Forest to stop a deranged madman from continuing the experiments of Frankenstein They will face vampires, werewolves, and the unkillable Frankenstein monster, and with a little luck save the world Filled with references to the source material, The Black Forest is a g A great comic that tells a harrowing story to stop the secrets of Dr Frankenstein from falling into the hands of the Germans Set against the backdrop of WWI, an American pilot and English occultist have to venture into the Black Forest to stop a deranged madman from continuing the experiments of Frankenstein They will face vampires, werewolves, and the unkillable Frankenstein monster, and with a little luck save the world Filled with references to the source material, The Black Forest is a great adventure


  7. Tim Tim says:

    One of the most flat out fun graphic novels I ve read in a while It just punches all my buttons WWI An American pilot A British magician An evil German scientist hell bent on using the Frankenstein Monster as a war machine Add vampires and werewolves and a touch of Hammer Horror styling and the result is magical.


  8. Phil Phil says:

    Love this series It should be option for a movie


  9. Sean Duffy Sean Duffy says:

    Great concept Fun.


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10 thoughts on “The Black Forest

  1. Qt Qt says:

    Great comic book I loved the classic monster feel, and thought it was great that there was plenty of action and spookiness without it getting really gory The hero was a bit too arrogant for me to like him, but he d be right at home in an old horror movie, and there were plenty of other characters I did like It was fun how so many monsters were combined into one book I especially liked Frankenstein s monster A couple of scenes were unclear to me, and a few things I thought needed a littl Great comic book I loved the classic monster feel, and thought it was great that there was plenty of action and spookiness without it getting really gory The hero was a bit too arrogant for me to like him, but he d be right at home in an old horror movie, and there were plenty of other characters I did like It was fun how so many monsters were combined into one book I especially liked Frankenstein s monster A couple of scenes were unclear to me, and a few things I thought needed a littleexplanation, but those are minor quibbles After I finished it I went and ordered Black Forest 2 right away


  2. Rodolfo Santullo Rodolfo Santullo says:

    Todav a con Overlord muy presente en mis retinas, cae en mis manos esta estupenda novela gr fica de un grupo de autores por completo desconocidos para mi, pero editada por Image lo que siempre da varios grados de confianza que me retrotrae de inmediato a dicha pel cula Nos encontramos en 1916, en plena WWI Estamos en la guerra de trincheras y pr cticamente los dos bandos se encuentran trancados en Tierra de Nadie, ganando escasos cent metros batalla tras batalla Sin embargo, algo cambia lo Todav a con Overlord muy presente en mis retinas, cae en mis manos esta estupenda novela gr fica de un grupo de autores por completo desconocidos para mi, pero editada por Image lo que siempre da varios grados de confianza que me retrotrae de inmediato a dicha pel cula Nos encontramos en 1916, en plena WWI Estamos en la guerra de trincheras y pr cticamente los dos bandos se encuentran trancados en Tierra de Nadie, ganando escasos cent metros batalla tras batalla Sin embargo, algo cambia los alemanes ponen en marcha un plan llamada Proyecto Prometeo y de repente, las trincheras francesas aparecen desiertas S , hay rastros de sangre que muestran que all han muerto los soldados Pero d nde est n sus cuerpos Averiguarlo ser tarea del audaz piloto voluntario estadounidense Jack Shannon y el mago y experto ocultista brit nico Archie Caldwell, en una misi n suicida que los llevar a lo m s rec ndito del Bosque Negro, donde viven los monstruos Porque lo que proponen Livingston y Tinnell desde su gui n es un homenaje a los monstruos de la Universal bah, a los monstruos en general y a las historias pulp que combinan horror, guerra y aventura en su variante m s cl sica m sica para mis o dos El arte de Vokes no puede ser m s adecuado, un excelso narrador en blanco y negro, que quiz no sea el ilustrador m s deslumbrante, pero sus p ginas est n cargadas de v rtigo y emoci n que se transmite cuadro a cuadro Estupendos personajes, buen simos di logos, emocionante historia, un disfrute pleno


  3. Andrew Andrew says:

    3.5 starsStory was a little lackluster.


  4. Don Weiss Don Weiss says:

    In every way VAN HELSING failed to become the perfect homage to the Classic Universal Monsters, THE BLACK FOREST succeeded.The setting is Europe during World War I The unlikely pair of American flying ace Jack Shannon and British stage magician Archie Caldwell are sent to infiltrate a castle situated in the mysterious region of the Black Forest They get farthan they bargained for when they uncover a plot to reanimate an army of the dead, leading to dangerous encounters with a pack of sav In every way VAN HELSING failed to become the perfect homage to the Classic Universal Monsters, THE BLACK FOREST succeeded.The setting is Europe during World War I The unlikely pair of American flying ace Jack Shannon and British stage magician Archie Caldwell are sent to infiltrate a castle situated in the mysterious region of the Black Forest They get farthan they bargained for when they uncover a plot to reanimate an army of the dead, leading to dangerous encounters with a pack of savage werewolves, a group of bloodthirsty Nosferatu, and a fully charged Frankenstein Monster.Robert Tinnell and Todd Livingston make an unforgettable first impression on the world of comic books and graphic novels The action is fast paced and non stop, the mood is dark and eerie, and all the characters are always full of surprises one never knows for sure WHICH side a particular character is playing on, until it s too late.Reading THE BLACK FOREST without the art of comic veteran Neil Vokes is unthinkable His renditions of the werewolves, the Nosferatu, and the Frankenstein Monster are at once hard core and rooted in Classic Monster mythology The Monster is of a particularly intriguing design, appearing to be inspired from characteristics described by Mary Shelley and portrayed by Boris Karloff The uniqueness of his physique is a total match for that of his characterization, as the reader will discover.The inkwashed black and white technique fits the tone of the book perfectly Like the Classic Universal Monster films, THE BLACK FOREST just wouldn t have the same impact in color.There s really nothing bad to say about this graphic novel One or two scenes may seem a bit too dark, but this is a minor gripe THE BLACK FOREST has quickly secured its place among those other excellent homages to Classic Horror films, RETURN OF THE WOLF MAN and THE MONSTER SQUAD Tinnell, Livingston, and Vokes have set quite a standard to surpass, though they may soon do so with their next project, THE WICKED WEST Sound unbelievable Perhaps, but I wouldn t put it past them


  5. Brendan Brendan says:

    The Black Forest follows the grim adventures of air ace Jack Shannon, sent on a suicide mission with a mysterious British agent into the Black Forest of Germany during World War 2 Their mission takes them into the heart of dark magic country, encountering old world monsters and creepy castles, not to mention Nazis galore It s an amusing comic, a straight up WW2 occult adventure story, similar to the kinds of stories Mike Mignola tells in Hellboy and BPRD Vokes art reminds me of Mike Oe The Black Forest follows the grim adventures of air ace Jack Shannon, sent on a suicide mission with a mysterious British agent into the Black Forest of Germany during World War 2 Their mission takes them into the heart of dark magic country, encountering old world monsters and creepy castles, not to mention Nazis galore It s an amusing comic, a straight up WW2 occult adventure story, similar to the kinds of stories Mike Mignola tells in Hellboy and BPRD Vokes art reminds me of Mike Oemi ng, both angular and a little cartoony The pages are pretty dark, with menacing workmanlike depictions of the action Overall, a solid, enjoyable effort


  6. Seth Tucker Seth Tucker says:

    A great comic that tells a harrowing story to stop the secrets of Dr Frankenstein from falling into the hands of the Germans Set against the backdrop of WWI, an American pilot and English occultist have to venture into the Black Forest to stop a deranged madman from continuing the experiments of Frankenstein They will face vampires, werewolves, and the unkillable Frankenstein monster, and with a little luck save the world Filled with references to the source material, The Black Forest is a g A great comic that tells a harrowing story to stop the secrets of Dr Frankenstein from falling into the hands of the Germans Set against the backdrop of WWI, an American pilot and English occultist have to venture into the Black Forest to stop a deranged madman from continuing the experiments of Frankenstein They will face vampires, werewolves, and the unkillable Frankenstein monster, and with a little luck save the world Filled with references to the source material, The Black Forest is a great adventure


  7. Tim Tim says:

    One of the most flat out fun graphic novels I ve read in a while It just punches all my buttons WWI An American pilot A British magician An evil German scientist hell bent on using the Frankenstein Monster as a war machine Add vampires and werewolves and a touch of Hammer Horror styling and the result is magical.


  8. Phil Phil says:

    Love this series It should be option for a movie


  9. Sean Duffy Sean Duffy says:

    Great concept Fun.


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