Cold Spots

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Product Details
Price
$16.99  $15.80
Publisher
Image Comics
Publish Date
Pages
120
Dimensions
6.6 X 0.5 X 10.1 inches | 0.5 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781534310483
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About the Author
CULLEN BUNN is not expecting to grow flowers in the desert, but he can live and breathe and see the sun in the wintertime. He is the writer of creator-owned comic books such as THE SIXTH GUN, HARROW COUNTY, BONE PARISH, THE DAMNED, THE EMPTY MAN, REGRESSI
Mark Torres is a professional actor and director, based out of New York City. His most recent film and TV credits include FBI: Most Wanted on CBS, Dexter on Showtime, Dr. Death on Peacock, Law & Order: Organized Crime and Manifest on NBC, Designated Survivor on Netflix, and several films on the Lifetime Movie Network. Mark recently played Polonius in the virtual reality film Hamlet: 360, which was produced by Commonwealth Shakespeare, Sensorium Productions, and Google. Mark served as producing artistic director for thirteen years at Penobscot Theatre/Maine Shakespeare Festival in Bangor, Maine, where he also served on the Maine Arts Commission. Prior to working in Maine, he was artistic director of Moving Target Theatre in Dallas. Mark was a member of the original Broadway cast of the five-time Tony Award winner Amadeus with Ian McKellen and Tim Curry. As a director, stage manager, and/or actor, Mark has worked on Broadway and at such regional theaters as Trinity Repertory in Providence, Rhode Island, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, The Dallas Theater Center, Dallas Shakespeare Festival, The Walnut Street Theatre in Philadelphia, The Plaza Theatre in Dallas, Center Stage in Baltimore, Melody Top Theatre in Milwaukee, Ocean State Theatre, The Utah Shakespeare Festival, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Shakespeare on the Sound, Music Theatre of Connecticut, The Arkansas Repertory Theatre, Commonwealth Shakespeare Company, and The Theatre at Monmouth. Mark is also a magna cum laude graduate of the architecture program at the University of Maine at Augusta.
Reviews
LIBRARY JOURNAL -- An expert at locating missing persons, Dan Kerr is called in by Mr. Warren to find his daughter Alyssa and her daughter Grace. Dan agrees, particularly after discovering Grace is the offspring he never knew was his. The trail eventually leads him to remote Quarrels Island just as an out-of-season, chilling cold descends on the surrounding area; one shop owner is found frozen solid in his office after helping direct Dan. Finally reaching the mysterious locale and making it past a folk shrine of discarded toys and handwritten notes, our protagonist is picked up by a patrol and taken to the gilded Quarrel family mansion housing Alyssa and her child. Eventually, Dan uncovers the shocking truth: undead spirits are drawn to semicatatonic Grace like ghostly moths to a living flame, and the Quarrels, who possess a sinister motive behind their aid, have no intention of letting anyone leave until Grace has completed a task involving the dank tombs of their family crypt.
VERDICT Writer Bunn (Harrow County) and artist Torres ( Judge Dredd) slowly freeze readers' fears with a compellingly frightening tale of ghosts and family secrets under an entertaining narrative that ultimately reaches a temperature of true zero.-Douglas Rednour, Georgia State Univ. Libs., Atlanta