Nightworld, Volume 1: Midnight Sonata

Nightworld, Volume 1: Midnight Sonata




  • It’s fast and furious Faustian action as a trio of demons — the noble Plenilunio, the hellraising Hotspot, and the haughty Hellena —
    battle the evil Empyre and each other over mythic artifacts to lift their curse!
    Meanwhile, Plenilunio’s spellbound lover Lidia sleepwalks his castle and haunts his heart.
  • The cult-hit team of writer Adam McGovern and artist/creator Paolo Leandri
    (Dr. Id, The Next Issue Project), along with sought-after color artist Dominic Regan (Paul Pope’s One Trick Rip-Off) channel pop-art comic classics with postmodern humor, in a unique mashup of vampire romance, gothic tragedy and supernatural heroics.
  • This meta-monster-movie tale of wayward souls in a death-race on the road to redemption is B-movie psychodrama at its best! Now readers can see the entire saga that the A.V. Club’s Oliver Sava called “stunning,”
    Multiversity Comics’ Michelle White said is “the right way to do old-fashioned horror,” and Comic Bastards’ Kimberly Gibson called it
    “a breath of fresh hell fire.” This edition contains never-seen prototypes and unique looks at the creative process, with character designs,
    pages from an unused version, alternate cover sketches, script development and commentary from the creators. All adding to the comic that’s been compared to everything from Edgar Allan Poe to Jack Kirby!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781632152053
Publisher: Image Comics
Publication date: 03/31/2015
Pages: 104
Product dimensions: 6.50(w) x 10.20(h) x 0.20(d)
Age Range: 13 - 16 Years

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Nightworld, Volume 1: Midnight Sonata 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
PaulAllard More than 1 year ago
Kirbyesque comic book collection about demons Obviously influenced by Jack Kirby, this collection about hellspawn and demons vying for various items of power is quite fun. With a lot of colour and jumping/flying around, the stories are short and moderately interesting. The main character, Plenilunio, is trying to redeem himself and retrieve past love. I found this quite entertaining but not overly so. Too derivative for my liking.