Awakening, Volume 1

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Archaia, Aug 4, 2009 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 128 pages
15 Reviews
The once peaceful city of Park Falls has been tainted by a series of gruesome murders and missing persons. Cynthia Ford, known as the town crazy, finds retired police detective Derrick Peters and relates to him her belief about what's going on in town. Her explanation Zombies! Unable to ignore Cynthia's information, though not sharing her beliefs, Derrick and others in the town explore the mystery as weeks turn to months and the death toll rises. Follow the first half of Park Falls' year-long struggle for answers in this collected edition of the first five issues of the ASP existential horror series.

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User Review  - Abbē - Goodreads

I loved the artwork in this book but the writing and story just didn't hold my interest. Read full review

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User Review  - Brian - Goodreads

I really enjoy the story, and I really enjoy the art, but I'm not sure I enjoy them both together. They're both too hectic; I feel like they should each be paired with something more stable to bring ... Read full review

About the author (2009)

Nick Tapalansky exploded onto the scene with Awakening (Archaia Entertainment) in 2007, earning an Eagle Award nomination for Favourite Newcomer Writer. His work has also been featured in the Harvey Award-winning Popgun Vol. 4 anthology and The Perhapanauts (Image Comics) as well as Moon Lake and the forthcoming Mouse Guard: Legends of the Guard Vol. 2 (Archaia Entertainment).

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