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Jennifer's Body
     

Jennifer's Body

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by Rick Spears, Tim Seely (Illustrator), Jim Mahfood (Illustrator), Ming Doyle (Illustrator), Nikki Cook (Illustrator)
 

The graphic novel tie-in to the forthcoming Megan Fox horror movie! JENNIFER’S BODY, written by JUNO writer and Academy Award-winner Diablo Cody, stars Fox as a demonically possessed cheerleader with a taste for killing teenage boys!

The movie event of the Fall is the comic book event of this Summer! JUNO's award-winning screenwriter Diablo Cody brings you

Overview

The graphic novel tie-in to the forthcoming Megan Fox horror movie! JENNIFER’S BODY, written by JUNO writer and Academy Award-winner Diablo Cody, stars Fox as a demonically possessed cheerleader with a taste for killing teenage boys!

The movie event of the Fall is the comic book event of this Summer! JUNO's award-winning screenwriter Diablo Cody brings you JENNIFER'S BODY starring Megan Fox as a demonically-possessed cheerleader with a taste for killing teenage boys! In this original graphic novel that ties into the movie and expands on its universe, BLACK METAL's Rick Spears brings you even more hellish Jennifer stories with art by HACK/SLASH's Tim Seely, THE CLERKS Jim Mahfood, DMZ's Nikki Cook and POPGUN's Ming Doyle.

Editorial Reviews

From the Publisher
"I enjoyed it — parts of the dialogue/subject matter reminded me of Heathers." — USA Today

"...knocks it out of the ballpark..." — Fangoria

"...even if you don't plan to see the film, the graphic novel is worth a read all on its own." — Geeks of Doom

"...Jenniferõs Body OGN is so freakinõ coolé" — Fandomania

"...an unexpected surprise lying under the covers. A bit like Jennifer herself..." — Bleeding Cool

School Library Journal
Gr 9 Up–In the small town of Devil’s Kettle, an impossibly attractive girl who is possessed by a demon goes out with several boys who are all distracted by her beauty. After each one gets his hopes up about his chances with her, Jennifer transforms into her demon shape and kills him. The last story puts a different twist on things, but that’s the book in a nutshell. Most of the characters are fairly one-dimensional, but there are several instances in which the boys begin to show signs of emotional development and/or brain-cell activity. But if they’re just going to have their faces ripped off anyway, then there’s not much point in character development, is there? The main reason to buy this movie tie-in is to see how a variety of artists (Tim Seely, Jim Mahfood, Ming Doyle, and Nikki Cook) interpret Megan Fox’s beauty, and indeed it is a wonder to behold. But it’s the cover art by Frank Cho that will stop readers in their tracks. That image of Jennifer looking over her shoulder at us, her white glove drenched in blood, is so captivating that this book would probably become a best seller even if the rest of the pages were blank. This volume will probably be most appreciated by fans of the film who want to read more stories set in that universe, and die-hard fans of Megan Fox.–Andrea Lipinski, New York Public Library

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781608865017
Publisher:
BOOM! Studios
Publication date:
09/08/2009
Pages:
112
Product dimensions:
6.80(w) x 10.40(h) x 0.50(d)
Age Range:
15 - 17 Years

Meet the Author

Rick Spears is the writer of BLACK METAL (ONI PRESS), TEENAGERS FROM MARS

(Giantic Comics), as well as THE PIRATES OF CONEY ISLAND (Image Comics) and a recent stint on DETECTIVE COMICS (DC Comics). Spears currently lives in Brooklyn with his wife and kids.

 

Tim Seeley is the creator and writer of Devil Due's critical horror hit HACK/SLASH, soon to be a film from Universal Pictures, as well as the artist on NEW EXILES and WEAPON X: FIRST CLASS from Marvel Comics. He lives and works in Chicago, Illinois.

 

Los Angeleno Jim Mahfood is best known for Image Comic's GRRL SCOUT and his work on the CLERKS comic from Oni Press, based on the film directed by Kevin Smith. A recent graduate of Minneapolis College of Art & Design, Nikki Cook earned her BFA in Comic Art. Since then she has worked on DMZ for DC Comics and DOG'S DAY END for Top Shelf. She lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.

 

Born in Boston, Ming Doyle earned her BFA from Cornell University, and has worked on POPGUN and TORI AMOS: COMIC BOOK TATTOO for Image Comics, and ZOMBIE TALES for BOOM! Studios.

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Jennifer's Body 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Sh*t your pants scary! Jennifer's Body is gross, terrifying, and Dangerously sexy!