Ghosted #4

CoverOct 2013 | Image

Writing: Joshua Williamson
Art: Goran Sudzuka
Colour: Miroslav Mrva
Letters: Rus Wooton
Cover: Sean Phillips

The possession plan is the best idea the group has for stealing a ghost which is further supported by unfortunate events leading Trick to be possessed and things only get worse when the group is stuck in the house after dark.

Well, there’s no denying the place is haunted now. There were little stepping stones that strung things along until until the ghosts hit the fan and our nonbeliever didn’t have too much to say in his shock. Finally more answers, too! We have a possible reason for the ghost theft and it isn’t what I expected. My mind had gone more elaborate routes thinking it had to be something more than what it turned out to be. What a cliffhanger, too. I wanted to know what happened after dark. Gah! I want the next issue! Now!

Again, this book continued to deliver and my interest continues. I’m really excited to read the next issue and see how they’re going to get out of this mess and what the boss’ sinister master plan is. Oh, the suspense!

 

Ghosted #3

CoverSep 2013 | Image

Writing: Joshua Williamson
Art: Goran Sudzuka
Colour: Miroslav Mrva
Letters: Rus Wooton
Cover: Sean Phillips

After aquiring the item Edzia needs, the group return to the haunted mansion to try and catch themselves a ghost. 

Well, things really exploded in this issue. Some questions I didn’t know I had were answered and the hauntings bust out in full swing. It’s all I hoped for and things certainly got interesting. I don’t know how Jackson is gonna get outta his predicament, and I wonder even more what the boss’ agenda is. My gut feelings were right! I love when that happens.

Goodness. In retrospect I’m very glad to have taken a chance on this. This proved itself worthy and it’s nice to have something on the pull list. I only have this and Kiss Me, Satan on it right now, but it’s a start. It proves you don’t need to have been following stuff for ages to get into stuff. There’s always new stuff starting and even so, there’s always catching up with TPBs.

Hopefully Ghosted will continue to deliver. I’ve good feelings about it and can’t wait to pick up the next issue!

 

Ghosted #2

coverAug 2013 | Image

Writing: Joshua Williamson
Art: Goran Sudzuka
Colour: Miroslav Mrva
Letters: Rus Wooton
Cover: Sean Phillips

The group learn the history of the of Trask Mansion and scoop out the mansion in daylight hours. A local cop is dealt with, Trick discovers something really, really crazy, and Edzia needs an item from their employer.

Well, it’s nice to see we have a house that were the home of a nice butchering family. We also saw some spooks and definite signs of haunting, despite most of the group being oblivious. I expect things to get real in the next issue and can’t wait to see just what Jackson’s plan for stealing a ghost is. It’s what I’m mostly hung up on since the only thing I can think of is Ghostbusters or magic and magic doesn’t seem to be a thing, here. Anderson’s dealing with the cop makes me think more that this really isn’t about capturing a ghost. There’s obviously something the more to this thing even if it that ends up to be the case. Oh, the possible layers! I must have more!

Ghosted #1

Cover

Jul 2013 | Image

Writing: Joshua Williamson
Art: Goran Sudzuka
Colour: Miroslav Mrva
Letters: Rus Wooton
Cover: Sean Phillips

Jason Winters is a master criminal doing time from his last heist going south. He’s broken out of jail thanks to an old, eccentric man who wants him to steal a ghost to complete his collection of occult stuffs.

So I bought the first three of this having no clue about anything other than there were ghosts on the cover of issue three, so I picked them up to help fill in the ranks of my 31 Books of Thulhuween thing I’ve got going on around here. When it started with a guy in prison, I immediately went the haunted prison route, but he got out for a reason far more interesting. How the heck is he going to steal a ghost, or fake it? I’m thinking with the ghost hunters he’ll try and swindle the old guy and take his money and run. Then we have the psychic that isn’t one of his hand-picked team members. She seems to have an agenda of her own, unless this task isn’t really what’s what and just a cover for something more sinister. Questions! I need answers! I’ve a feeling the other two issues I have are going to go way too quickly.

For the art, I like it. It’s got the horror look and the ghosties were nice ‘n horrible, which is the important thing. If the awfuls look dumb in a horror comic, it will lessen the experience. Poor concepts can do the same, but this book is off to a good start. I’m intrigued and hooked and glad I got the first few blindly. This is so added to my pull list.

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