The Dusk Society by Sidney Williams, Mark Jones, Naresh Kumar, Pradeep Sherawat, Manoj Yadav, Ghanashyam Joshi, Andrew Dodd, Aditi Ray, Rashmi Menon & Jayakrishnan K P
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In three days the world will end...

Pembleton was the most boring place in the world until Count Dracula, Doctor Frankenstein, and a whole host of terrifying monsters moved in. They are under the leadership of an evil man known as Pierceblood. The only thing stopping Pierceblood, and his creatures of darkness, from destroying the world is the Dusk Society.

A secret organization created after World War I, the Dusk Society was formed to ensure that ancient, magical weapons do not fall into the wrong hands. Pierceblood is their greatest enemy, and they have waged a secret war against him for decades--battles have been fought in Paris Egypt, and London.

Now the conflict has come to small-town America and the fate of the world lies in the hands of the Dusk Society's newest recruits. But will they be able to overcome their differences, and combine their newly-discovered talents, to stop Pierceblood's evil plan?

The final battle will take place on Halloween.
 

About Sidney Williams, Mark Jones, Naresh Kumar, Pradeep Sherawat, Manoj Yadav, Ghanashyam Joshi, Andrew Dodd, Aditi Ray, Rashmi Menon & Jayakrishnan K P

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Mark Jones hails from Leigh, on the outskirts of Greater Manchester, England. He has carried out various jobs over the years, but has always enjoyed writing in his spare time. He has been a member of the Campfire team for over two years now, working as both an editor and a script writer.
 
Published January 1, 2011 by Campfire. 88 pages
Genres: Comics & Graphic Novels, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books, Horror. Fiction

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The eponymous society is a team of scientific and spiritual masters, formed in the early 20th century to combat a dark sorcerer conveniently named Pierceblood, just in case you forget he's the villain.

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This is followed by the narrative, after which there is an appendix of two pages which gives the young reader some further information about various elements in the story.

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Campfire Graphic Novels, which has been publishing adaptations of classic literature such as The Three Musketeers and The Time Machine, illustrated biographies like Harry Houdini and myths like the story of Eros and Psyche, has added a new series of original stories to its catalogue.

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