Ghost Tree

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Product Details

Price
$15.99  $14.71
Publisher
IDW Publishing
Publish Date
Pages
104
Dimensions
6.6 X 10.2 X 0.3 inches | 0.75 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781684055999
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About the Author

Bobby Curnow is a writer and editor living in San Diego. He went to NYU Tisch School of the Arts and worked in film for several years before returning to his childhood love of comic books. Bobby's previous writing credits include Ward's Valley, Night of 1000 Wolves, My Little Pony, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

Reviews

"Ghost Tree understands that it's not the ghosts that matter in a ghost story, but what they mean to us. They're fragments of the past and previews of our own deaths, which can spur reflection and healing in those who experience them. Ghost Tree has drawn me in more than some comics manage to do in entire volumes. Grounded in Japanese folklore and emotional honesty, it sets up a story that moves with the gentle rhythm of a summer breeze." --But Why Tho?

"Ghost Tree promises to be a meaningful miniseries by establishing a small world and cast of characters that can't help but feel familiar. Sit back, open the issue, and prepare for a thoughtful story that encourages reflection." --AiPT!

"Gane's art style of detailed backgrounds and muted colors perfectly fits with the tone, and the ending promises a story that's more heart-wrenching than horror." --ComicBook.com

"Ghost Tree takes some time to set up, but for those of us not terribly familiar with Japan, I think this helps to immerse us in the setting and gradually add the supernatural flavor. I really like the family moments, the premise is fascinating, and it is just a gorgeous book to look at." --Major Spoilers

"A beautiful book full of serene moments and imagery and unique pacing. Strong writing really communicates the subtle emotions beneath the smiles and pleasantries of each character." --PopCultHQ