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Ghost Volume 1: In the Smoke and Din [Read] ➫ Ghost Volume 1: In the Smoke and Din Author Kelly Sue DeConnick – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk One warm night in Chicago s Resurrection Cemetery, paranormal investigators Vaughn and Tommy accidentally summon a beautiful transparent woman who may or may not be the legendary Resurrection Mary The One warm night in Chicago s 1: In PDF/EPUB ¶ Resurrection Cemetery, paranormal investigators Vaughn and Tommy accidentally Ghost Volume eBook ¸ summon a beautiful transparent woman who may or may not be the legendary Resurrection Mary Volume 1: In MOBI ☆ Their search for her true identity uncovers a dark, hidden history of the city and a deadly alliance between political corruption and demonic science In the middle of it all stands Ghost, a woman trapped between two worlds Kelly Sue DeConnick Avengers Assemble, Captain Marvel brings a keen new eye to Dark Horse s ethereal heroine From a new line of Dark Horse superheroes Collects Ghost.

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  • Paperback
  • 136 pages
  • Ghost Volume 1: In the Smoke and Din
  • Kelly Sue DeConnick
  • English
  • 01 August 2019
  • 1616551216

About the Author: Kelly Sue DeConnick

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10 thoughts on “Ghost Volume 1: In the Smoke and Din

  1. Chad Chad says:

    A reboot of Dark Horse s Ghost DeConnick has taken some of the elements from the original series and remade it into it s own thing At its core now, it s an Invasion of the Body Snatchers tale Phil Noto makes the women in the book look like real women this go around, unlike the two previous Ghost series where the focus were on her ginormous boobs.

  2. Crystal Starr Light Crystal Starr Light says:

    Bullet Review Huh I love Kelly Sue DeConnick, but this Nuh uh While the characters were interesting, I didn t find them as noteworthy or as interesting as others The story was convoluted, the world was confusing, and the art made it challenging to distinguish the men Vaughn, Tommy and the mayor looked the EXACT SAME Biggest plus artwise was to make Caroline look like Gina Torres Zoe from Firefly.Normally, I d gobble up any title DeConnick does, but although there s an interesting setup Bullet Review Huh I love Kelly Sue DeConnick, but this Nuh uh While the characters were interesting, I didn t find them as noteworthy or as interesting as others The story was convoluted, the world was confusing, and the art made it challenging to distinguish the men Vaughn, Tommy and the mayor looked the EXACT SAME Biggest plus artwise was to make Caroline look like Gina Torres Zoe from Firefly.Normally, I d gobble up any title DeConnick does, but although there s an interesting setup for the series, I won t be reading any Disappointing

  3. David Monroe David Monroe says:

    Generally, I m a fan on Kelly Sue DeConnick, especially her recent Captain Marvel Marvel NOW 1 run and Bitch Planet 1, however this was a rare miss It just felt flat and rote It read like some sort of obligated contract fulfillment Forgive me if I m completely wrong, and this was a labor of love, because, whatever it was, it missed the mark Beautiful art by Phil Noto Generally, I m a fan on Kelly Sue DeConnick, especially her recent Captain Marvel Marvel NOW 1 run and Bitch Planet 1, however this was a rare miss It just felt flat and rote It read like some sort of obligated contract fulfillment Forgive me if I m completely wrong, and this was a labor of love, because, whatever it was, it missed the mark Beautiful art by Phil Noto

  4. Sesana Sesana says:

    A little disappointing Though in all honestly, I probably wouldn t have been disappointed at all if it weren t written by DeConnick I ve absolutely loved the last few things I ve read by her, and this was just not up to that standard The story itself is underwhelming, unclear, and comes to far too neat of an ending None of the characters have any life on the page, especially not the ghost herself Apparently, this is a reboot of a previous Dark Horse series, which I ve never read I wonder i A little disappointing Though in all honestly, I probably wouldn t have been disappointed at all if it weren t written by DeConnick I ve absolutely loved the last few things I ve read by her, and this was just not up to that standard The story itself is underwhelming, unclear, and comes to far too neat of an ending None of the characters have any life on the page, especially not the ghost herself Apparently, this is a reboot of a previous Dark Horse series, which I ve never read I wonder if somebody who had been familiar with the original Ghost would like itor less The art is pretty on the surface Noto has been doing some fairly good work on Angel Faith, and at first this seemed to be up to that standard But then I realized that his characters all looked way too much alike It can make some of the later scenes a little harder to follow than they should be This entire collection was really a set up for the main premise of the book, which is dully monster of the week And though I normally love DeConnick, I just don t think I m interested enough in the premise or the characters to continue reading

  5. Quentin Wallace Quentin Wallace says:

    2.5 StarsA reboot of the Ghost series with characters that are familiar but new at the same time Not bad and I like the art, but we basically get in 5 issues what it took 40 issues to get to it in the first volume, and in this case that s not a positive The mystery about Ghost is done pretty quickly and things move into new territory Has potential, but wasn t a favorite of mine.

  6. Alex Sarll Alex Sarll says:

    Revival reboot of the old Dark Horse vigilante I genuinely don t know, having always passed the character by before But this was written by Kelly Sue so had to be worth a look, right Wellit doesn t read like her I don t love everything she writes, but it s always at least professional Whereas this had the disjointed, am I missing captions here feel of either a first outing, or some of Joe Casey s sketchier work Which is sufficiently uncharacteristic that I wonder whether it s an editor Revival reboot of the old Dark Horse vigilante I genuinely don t know, having always passed the character by before But this was written by Kelly Sue so had to be worth a look, right Wellit doesn t read like her I don t love everything she writes, but it s always at least professional Whereas this had the disjointed, am I missing captions here feel of either a first outing, or some of Joe Casey s sketchier work Which is sufficiently uncharacteristic that I wonder whether it s an editorial screw up Result I am still not that interested in the insubstantial vigilante, though I do like the way those words almost rhyme

  7. Andy Andy says:

    I generally like Kelly Sue DeConnick I generally like Phil Noto I ve never LOVED something either of them have done though DeConnick s current run on Captain Marvel is approaching that territory and some of Noto s work with X 23 was close , but I usually would be pretty comfortable putting both of them in the second tier of creators in comics right now, maybe never capable of BLOWING ME AWAY, but two people who consistently put out quality work.And yet, this just really lacks.I don t have any I generally like Kelly Sue DeConnick I generally like Phil Noto I ve never LOVED something either of them have done though DeConnick s current run on Captain Marvel is approaching that territory and some of Noto s work with X 23 was close , but I usually would be pretty comfortable putting both of them in the second tier of creators in comics right now, maybe never capable of BLOWING ME AWAY, but two people who consistently put out quality work.And yet, this just really lacks.I don t have any history with the Ghost character, though I knew the general premise and have held the Omnibi in my hands a couple of times at cons without pulling the trigger, so I thought with this crew s potential retooling of the character, this would be a cool Dark Horse series for me to jump on.But this introduction doesn t make me want to read any further.It really doesn t grab me at all, and I know this is first trade serves primarily as an introduction to the character and the greater mystery in general, but A I m not into ghost centric stories and B I m not into any of the characters in this story.Further and this is pretty unlike Kelly Sue, I find the storytelling and the beats to be pretty confusing and unclear from time to time The fact that Noto has a tendency to create character that all look exactly the same doesn t help facts, but there were multiple times in this story where I was unsure of what was actually happening, where the story was going, where it had just gone, etc.And it s a pretty straightforward story.Now, I could see people who would be into this story People who like a lot of the SyFy original series , or Grimm or things like that, but it just didn t really work for me on any level Bummer

  8. Bert Bert says:

    Note that I did not read the TPB, but the individual issues 000 004 A reboot of a comic series that originally started in 1993 and ran into the 2000s This TPB introduces the main characters and sets up the background for the upcoming comic book series.So what is it about A couple of ghost finders happen upon a piece of technology that actually drags a supernatural entity into our realm, which sets off a series of events that lands them into a number of dire situations.The titular character Note that I did not read the TPB, but the individual issues 000 004 A reboot of a comic series that originally started in 1993 and ran into the 2000s This TPB introduces the main characters and sets up the background for the upcoming comic book series.So what is it about A couple of ghost finders happen upon a piece of technology that actually drags a supernatural entity into our realm, which sets off a series of events that lands them into a number of dire situations.The titular character is a strong female which makes for a nice change , but at the end of the issues collected in this TPB she still lacks emotional depth and humanity, even though we ve learned quite a bit about her background Far too much of this story is littlethan an origin arc, although there are hints that we ll learnabout her along the way should this become a series.There is lots to like the artwork is pretty great, for instance , but in the end it felt meager and unfulfilling Plenty of potential, but I don t know if I care enough to continue reading

  9. Clint Clint says:

    DeConnick managed to take a, lets face it, bad comic with a convoluted story and put it into a package where it makes sense So kudos on that front However, Ghost is an established property and this volume which collects 5 comics spends four of them on a Who am I chase Boring.The events of the final chapter are where things get interesting but we hardly spend any time on them And Noto s art, as much as I love it, is terrible for storytelling Good luck trying to figure out what s DeConnick managed to take a, lets face it, bad comic with a convoluted story and put it into a package where it makes sense So kudos on that front However, Ghost is an established property and this volume which collects 5 comics spends four of them on a Who am I chase Boring.The events of the final chapter are where things get interesting but we hardly spend any time on them And Noto s art, as much as I love it, is terrible for storytelling Good luck trying to figure out what s going on in the last chapter characters with the same face in the same outfit you tell them apart by their hair end up in different positions in different rooms all in the same scene It all could have done with better staging

  10. Kaleigh Norkum-Mathieu Kaleigh Norkum-Mathieu says:

    It is September now so I have moved into interests of all things spooky and creepy for Halloween It is never too early for Halloween This graphic novel has the bonus of being a supernatural and crime story all in one The way it ended, I am excited to read volume 2 to see how they can make itexciting One of the things I like about this book is that the main characters are flawed, they aren t great people but they continuously try to redeem themselves Sometimes that makes it harder to It is September now so I have moved into interests of all things spooky and creepy for Halloween It is never too early for Halloween This graphic novel has the bonus of being a supernatural and crime story all in one The way it ended, I am excited to read volume 2 to see how they can make itexciting One of the things I like about this book is that the main characters are flawed, they aren t great people but they continuously try to redeem themselves Sometimes that makes it harder to root for some of them but it makes the story better as a whole I picked this up because I enjoy Kelly Sue DeConnick s writing and I am glad I did Here s to another successful Comic Con haul

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