The Hardy Boys #6: Hyde & Shriek

Front Cover
Papercutz, Jul 25, 2006 - Juvenile Fiction - 96 pages
2 Reviews
When a visiting dignitary's daughter is scheduled to attend a party at a horror-themed restaurant in New York City, ATAC agents Joe and Frank Hardy are enlisted as undercover protection! But in a building where anything can happen - where the walls literally have ears - can the Hardy Boys find and stop the assassin before it is too late? Ages 8 to 12.

From inside the book

What people are saying - Write a review

Review: The Hardy Boys: Undercover Brothers, #6: Hyde & Shriek (The Hardy Boys Graphic Novel #6)

User Review  - Dannuel Sal Delizo - Goodreads

Manhattan's mysterious Jekyll and Hyde Club plus a sweet sixteen party = TOTAL FIASCO Read full review

Review: The Hardy Boys: Undercover Brothers, #6: Hyde & Shriek (The Hardy Boys Graphic Novel #6)

User Review  - Isaac - Goodreads

this book is about to teenagers were sent on a mission to protect a girl who some one might be after to kill. the hardy boys are a great book to read is good for any one who likes mystrys and adventure Read full review


Section 1
Section 2
Section 3

8 other sections not shown

About the author (2006)

Scott Lobdell, writer
Two time WIZARD-award winning writer Scott Lobdell is most closely associated with his seven year run on Marvel's UNCANNY X-MEN, as well as his co-creation with artist Chris Bachalo on the same company's GENERATION X. He has also worked on series such as WILDCATS, THE DARKNESS, BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER and KISS! While keeping one foot firmly planted in the comc book industry with such creator owned properties as BALL AND CHAIN and THE STRAY, Scott is currently writing television pilots, direct to DVD movies (for comic book legend Stan Lee) and feature films in Hollywood: his first produced film hits theatres in February, Revolution Studios' MAN OF THE HOUSE starring Tommy Lee Jones.

Daniel Rendon, Art for book#2 and beyond
Yes I am a Cat! Just don' tell it to my dog! I was born on February 6. I have always been an avid reader, so I think it's only natural that I found comics fascinating. I just love how comics merge both writing and drawing, how they let you experiment new paths, but most important they give you the opportunity to create your own worlds and share them with others!

Bibliographic information