Riven by Robert Tinnell

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Bo Hampton and Robert Tinnell have written a smart werewolf story that will have you guessing up until the end. Every time you think you know where this is headed, they take your idea and turn it on its head.
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Katya has been in a coma for five years, and when she awakes, everything has changed. Now she is a gorgeous teenager with a mysterious, gruesome past, becoming aware of a growing, terrifying power inside her body, triggered by the touch of the full moon, eager to break free... Can Katy solve the mystery of her blood-drenched nightmares before they become reality? * Classic werewolf terror in the vein of Hammer Films! * From the creator of The Wicked West! * Original graphic novel.
 

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DANIEL BOYD is an acclaimed filmmaker with Chillers, Strangest Dreams: Invasion of the Space Preachers, and Paradise Park (aka, Heroes of the Heart) to his credit. A media studies professor at West Virginia State University since 1983, Boyd has also taught around the world including in Tanzania as a three-time Fulbright scholar. BETSY RAYE ALLEN is the Senior Editor of the literary magazine "The Kanawha Review" at West Virginia State University. WILLIAM BITNER is the author of numerous horror/science fiction short stories, many of which are collected in M is for Monster, T is for Thing, and the forthcoming N is for Nightmare. JASON PELL's most recognizable creation, Zombie Highway, has been critically praised worldwide and has gathered a substantial cult following. Jason's newest graphic novel, Woody and the Noble, was just released through Arcana. GARY REED was the founder and owner of Caliber Comics. He has written for publishers as diverse as Penguin, Image, Actionopolis, Caliber, and others. His most notable works include Deadworld, Renfield, and Red Diaries. ROBERT TINNELL is a screenwriter, director and author whose graphic novels include The Black Forest, The Living and the Dead, Sight Unseen, Demons of Sherwood and EZ Street. His Feast of the Seven Fishes was nominated for a 2006 Eisner Award for Best Graphic Album - Reprint. S.R. AYERS has produced prints and comics such as Warrior 27, Gray Matte, and Augustin. GER CURTI studied comics with the acclaimed Horacio Lalia and is fully dedicated to comic creation as penciler and inker. BALSA GOBOVIC's thesis creation, Adria City, was the first graphic novel ever to be published by West Virginia State University. J.C. GRANDE is a Salvadoran artist known for his Necessary Evil for Desperado Publishing and Johnny Monster for Image Comics. RICARDO MENDES studied Visual Arts at Federal University of Bahia and in both 2005 and 2006, was awarded by the Anipolitan illustration contest for his work. JASON RHODES operates as an illustrator, animator, graphic designer and all-around visual gigolo. WAYNE REID is known for his historical depictions in Zulunation, Camelot Eternal, El Cid, and the upcoming Subversives. JUAN ROMERA is a penciler, inker and colorist whose titles include Zombie Highway, Directionless, Woody and the Noble, and Fall. DAVID MICHAEL BECK (cover) has produced dramatic illustrations for Star Wars, G.I. Joe and covers for Vamprirella, Red Sonja, and Highlander.
 
Published September 18, 2012 by Dark Horse Books. 196 pages
Genres: Comics & Graphic Novels, Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Jennifer Christopher Randle on Sep 11 2012

Bo Hampton and Robert Tinnell have written a smart werewolf story that will have you guessing up until the end. Every time you think you know where this is headed, they take your idea and turn it on its head.

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