I Luv Halloween, Volume 1

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TokyoPop, Oct 11, 2005 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 192 pages
33 Reviews
Halloween has always been and always will be about one thing getting the best candy. And, some fiendish friends excel at tricks if they don't get the right treats. When these gremlins receive a frickin' apple at their first house of the night, they plan deadly revenge on the offending fruit-favoring old-timer. Join the misadventures of a group of particularly disturbing trick-or-treaters as they go about their macabre business on Halloween night.

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Review: I Luv Halloween, Volume 1 (I Luv Halloween #1)

User Review  - Joshua - Goodreads

I would say this is a well done comic, but it could have benefitted from a more coherent story and less choppy dialog. I love the demented little sister and the gore, but it is hard to care when you're confused a good bit of the time. The artwork is grand though. Read full review

Review: I Luv Halloween, #2 (I Luv Halloween #2)

User Review  - Joshua - Goodreads

Worse than the first in a few ways. The fact that 60% of the dialog was replaced with ... is just plain lazy. It didn't feel like an inventive story device. It felt like the artist did his job and the ... Read full review

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About the author (2005)

Summit, NJ resident KEITH GIFFEN has 30 years experience in the business writing LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES and JUSTICE LEAGUE INTERNATIONAL, as well as creating fan-favorite characters like Lobo, Trencher, and Ambush Bug.

Lafayette, LA resident KODY CHAMBERLAIN illustrated ?30 Days Of Night: Bloodsucker Tales' for IDW. The ?30 Days Of Night' film hit theaters in the fall of 2007.

Chee lives and works in Malaysia. His first American comic book work was an adaptation of George A. Romero's DAWN OF THE DEAD with Steve Niles of 30 DAYS OF NIGHT fame.

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