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Crimson: Loyalty and Loss - Tome 1

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 26, 2001

    crimson is the greatest

    The Crimson comic book series is the greatest comic this year. The story is very spectacular and it is easy to get into the charcters mind as you read. My advice to you, buy this book, it has something for everybody.Enjoy

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 2, 2000

    crimson is the bomb!

    wow! this stuff kicks! this is the best vampire story i've ever read. the art is spectacular, and the story is compelling! I'm eager for the next issue!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 17, 2000

    Crimson: a beautifuly drawn & written work

    Crimson is the tale of teenager Alex Elder, who is attacked by a vampire gang in central park, and ends up being one of the un-dead himself. But he is more than just a vampire. He can do things that vampires are not supposed to do, and his gardian, an immortal being named Ekimus reveals to Alex that he is the 'chosen one'... but chosen for what? He has to deal with cutting all ties to his family and girlfriend, who he cannot face with what he has become. Now, with the help of his new friend, a vampire named Joe, Alex vows to get revenge on the gang that took his life, and caused him and his family so much pain. Unlike many vampire stories, this graphic novel isn't a dark and bloody tale. The art is drawn in a wonderfully refreshingly realistic, and cartoonish style.

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