Brody's Ghost Book 1

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Dark Horse, 2010 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 88 pages
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Brody hoped it was just a hallucination. But no, the teenaged ghostly girl who'd come face to face with him in the middle of a busy city street was all too real. And now she was back, telling him she needed his help in hunting down a dangerous killer, and that he must undergo training from the spirit of a centuries-old samurai to unlock his hidden supernatural powers. Thirteen-time Eisner nominee Mark Crilley joins Dark Horse to launch his most original and action-packed saga to date in Brody's Ghost, the first in a six-volume limited series.

* Paramount Pictures and Brad Pitt's Plan B have acquired Miki Falls, a four-volume manga series created by Mark Crilley.

* Crilley is best known for his Akiko young-adult novels and comic books.

From the creator of the Eisner-nominated Akiko!

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Review: Brody's Ghost, Volume 1 (Brody's Ghost #1)

User Review  - London Setterby - Goodreads

Unbelievable artwork and an engaging story. Read full review

Review: Brody's Ghost Volume 4 (Brody's Ghost #4)

User Review  - Guy Pierre - Goodreads

A great read but it seam that brody's life is still going do hill even if he got it back close to the track Read full review

About the author (2010)

Mark Crilley is the creator of several manga books, including the "Akiko" series, "Miki Falls", the "Billy Clikk" novels and "Brody's Ghost". Since being selected for "Entertainment Weekly"'s It List" in 1998, Crilley has published nearly twenty books across his many popular series and developed a massive internet following for his drawing demonstration videos earning him a spot as one of the top 25 Most Subscribed to Gurus on YouTube. His novels have been featured in "USA Today", the "New York Daily News" and "Disney Adventures" magazine, as well as on "CNN Headline News". Visit Mark online at MarkCrilley.com or YouTube.com/markcrilley

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