Mercy Thompson

Mercy Thompson

Hopcross Jilly

Book - 2015
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Mercy is a shapeshifting coyote and honorary member of the Tri-Cities werewolf pack. When the pack stumbles upon the buried bones of numerous dead children, she shapeshifts into a mystery of the legendary fae--a mystery that draws Mercy's stepdaughter Jesse into the fray! The supernatural romance series Mercy Thompson continues in this all-new, original story by New York Times bestselling author, Patricia Briggs, exclusively created for the comic book medium! Collects the six-issue Mercy Thompson comic book series from 2014-2015, a story set in official continuity.
Publisher: Mt. Laurel, NJ :, Dynamite Entertainment,, [2015]
Description: 1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 27 cm
Copyright Date: ©2015
ISBN: 9781606906682
Branch Call Number: Brig
Additional Contributors: Hoskin, Rik


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Dec 09, 2018

The plot was fine, but I usually find the level of artistry in graphic novels (note: I haven't read many) lacking. I'm not say that self-taught artists are bad, just that a more extensive grounding in drawing human and animal forms would be very helpful.

ArapahoeSarahD Jul 30, 2018

This story is spooky, spine-tingling and mysterious. Will Jilly be caught before it's too late? Well, it's kind of already too late...yikes.

Nov 07, 2015

My favourite of all the comic book adaptations of Briggs' work. Not because this book is super awesome- it's decent, but not great. It's more that the previous ones have been poor.

Sep 02, 2015

I am a pretty big Briggs fan, but I've only read a couple of graphic novels so I may be overlooking elements of drawing, layout and design. That said, I thought the drawings of the people were lively and evocative of the story as it progressed. To me the animal drawings were less successful, the wolves looking like a cross between a horse and a cat, and colored oddly. Ben, I think, was not striped like a tiger in the non-graphic Briggs novels. The story involves the discovery of the graves of missing children, bullying and name calling among high school students, and destructive mischief of unsupervised children. A satisfactory ending leaves, on balance, a favorable feel to this book.

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