A supernatural thriller hailed as “the new BUFFY.” Horror has a new name, and it is HEXED.
Horror has a new name, and it is HEXED. Collected in one volume for the first time, it's the series that took the comics world by strom and introduced readers to the next great supernatural heroine-Luci Jennifer Inagcio Das Neves or Lucifer for short.
The say there is no honor among thieves-put that thief in the occult underground and you have a whole different kind of nasty. When Lucifer takes a new job, more than the macabre underbelly of the city is exposed, but also the secret that could jeopardize her whole existence. And so begins the greatest supernatural thrill-ride that will have you cursing Lucifer's name until the last page.
|Product dimensions:||6.90(w) x 10.30(h) x 0.60(d)|
|Age Range:||13 Years|
About the Author
Michael Alan Nelson is the author of the critically acclaimed comic HEXED as well as FALL OF CTHULHU from BOOM! Studios. He is a winner of the 2004 New Times 55 Fiction contest for his short-short “The Conspirators” and is currently working on several projects for BOOM! Studios including the smash-hit series THE CALLING. He lives in Los Angeles. Hailing from Spain, HEXED introduced Emma Rios to the American comics scene. Her vibrant style immediately caught the attention of Marvel Comics and she has worked on fan-favorite title RUNAWAYS. Critically acclaimed colorist Cris Peter has worked in the industry since 2003, working with everyone from DC Comics on BATMAN & SUPERMAN, to Image Comics on FEAR AGENT. She currently lives in São Paulo, Brazil.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I have never read any books that involve witches, wolves, vampires, magic and potions. This book is the start to a 5 book series that gets harder and harder to put down.
The main character is a pretty interesting girl. With a name like Lucifer, how could you not be? A teenage witch-thief is pretty cool and her intro at the start of the book is great. There is also some other really great occult moments. The story held steady and ended with a pretty good ‘how she’s going to get out this’ moment. The artwork was a perfect fit. It was a mixture of indie, anime and expressionism. If I could change anything it would be the colors, they were slightly bland. Reviewed by Chris for Book Sake.