Boneyard, Volume 1

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NBM, 2002 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 96 pages
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Michael Paris has inherited a nightmare: a cemetery filled with monsters, one of them the fetching vampiress Abbey, whom he befriends. And as we learned in the first story arc, the real danger was not the monsters, but the fear and prejudice of the regular townsfolk. Mayor Wormwood-ultimately revealed to be the Devil himself-failed to oust Paris and the Boneyard folk from the cemetery. The magnetism between Abbey the vampire and Michael is palpable but Nessie the luscious swamp girl fancies him as well ...

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User Review  - Jacey25 - LibraryThing

Boneyard 5 The book begins with an apology from the author and the end of the story arc from book 4 before picking up with dual story lines: Abby is posing as a camp counselor to try and stop a ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jacey25 - LibraryThing

Boneyard 4 Michael's tax debt has been cleared and he is grateful (unfortunately he has the wrong person that he's grateful to) and in the meantime the town is being overrun by zombies from the ... Read full review

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