Paperback ´ Death Follows MOBI Ú

Paperback ´ Death Follows MOBI Ú


Death Follows ✬ Death Follows Books ✮ Author Cullen Bunn – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk Birdie her sister their pregnant mother and their sickly father all live together on a struggling farm When an itinerant farmhand named Cole comes to their aid the children should be relieved Instead Birdie her sister their pregnant mother and their sickly father all live together on a struggling farm When an itinerant farmhand named Cole comes to their aid the children should be relieved Instead they find their lives spiraling into nightmare as Cole regards Birdie with menacing desire To make matters much worse wherever he goes the dead grow restless As the horror threatens to consume her home and her family Birdie is haunted by a chilling warning Some secrets are meant only for the dead.


10 thoughts on “Death Follows

  1. Shelby *trains flying monkeys* Shelby *trains flying monkeys* says:

    45 starsBirdie's parents farm is struggling Her dad is having trouble with his hands and her mom is very pregnant There is only so much Birdie and her sister can do to help and still go to school Then a stranger shows up and wants a job He will work cheap Her dad is relieved and hires him on the spot Birdie gets a shiver down her spine and immediately dislikes himThen after the girls let the dog go after some rats that are in barnthey see the rats come back to life It seems that the stranger has some secrets that follow him around This is a perfectly creepy storyone of the best horror graphic novels that I've read The dang thing will probably give me some nightmares tonight that's a win in the horror category I'm a sick heifer Booksource Edelweiss in exchange for review I would have missed this little creepy wonderful read if not for my friend David's review Thank you David


  2. Magdalena aka A Bookaholic Swede Magdalena aka A Bookaholic Swede says:

    Birdie her little sister their pregnant mother and their father live  on a struggling farm And when a farmhand named Cole comes walking up their road should the children be thankful for some extra help on the farm But Birdie feels that the man is evil there is something wrong with him and when the dead rats start to dance then she knows for sure that Cole is making the dead restlessCullen Bunn has become a name that I recognize after reading The Sixth Gun and Harrow County So of course I had to read Death Follows when I saw this graphic novel on EdelweissAnd it's a horrifying and chilling tale and I could hardly stop reading it You know when you read something and you want to read but at the same time you feel dread about turning the page? Reading Death Follows is just like that Have you read Pet Sematary by Stephen King? If you have then you probably know what I mean it's a great book but still I'm not sure I want to read it again since it's such a dreadful story And Death Follows is also dreadful to read So Cullen Bunn has really succeeded with writing a page turning story with a heartbreaking good story Birdie us such a great characters and I really felt for her throughout the book worrying about Cole seeing things in the dark And the last thrilling issue in this volume just broke my heart And that endingwell let's say that it's a bitcreepyI also really like the art the colors the way the characters are drawn the whole thing It suits the story so well I want to thank the publisher for providing me with a free copy through Edelweiss for an honest reviewRead this review and others on A Bookaholic Swede


  3. Chad Chad says:

    A very solid horror story from Cullen Bunn Originally a short story entitled Remains which is also included Bunn has done a great job of adapting the story to comic form The art is gruesome and sets the mood A travelling workhand comes to help out at Birdie's farm because her father's arthritis has gotten too bad Birdie takes an instant dislike to the man and bad things follow shortly after he arrives Received an advance copy from Edelwiess in exchange for an honest review


  4. Sam Quixote Sam Quixote says:

    A creepy drifter gets work at a farm and then strange things coincidentally start happening like the dead coming back to life Death Follows this chap – but why? Cullen Bunn and AC Zamudio’s Death Follows is the best horror comic I’ve read in some time It’s not just a gripping tale it genuinely unnerved me at one point too – that’s rare a horror comic that’s actually horrifying The story follows Birdie a young girl whose parents run a farm and her perspective on the scarecrow like figure of Cole Jensen the mysterious fellow who appears out of nowhere and becomes her pa’s helper Right from the start the reader gets hit with unease as Bunn writes Birdie’s narration in the past tense with a mournful tone so we know she survived but that something terrible happened – who in her family died in this story or did she lose all of them? Meanwhile artist AC Zamudio introduces Cole in shadow and gives him a really awful smile that’s as gummy as it is toothy – it feels very visceral when he opens his mouth Death permeates this book with scenes of the girls killing rats in the barn with their cute dog Jerry Lee and the terrible swimming hole as well as vivid nightmares and waking dreams of gore slotted in between Birdie’s increasingly fraught scenes with Cole This unrelenting approach both hammers down the horror theme and easily holds the reader’s attention – there’s never a dull moment in this book And hats off to Zamudio for that panel with the dead kid walking on the lawn – THAT was what unexpectedly creeped me out when I turned the page I liked Zamudio’s art in general for the characters’ expressive and dynamic body language – he captures real energy on the pageI suppose if I wanted to critiue it I’d say that you know from the first panel you see him who the villain is and he’s predictably as one dimensional a bad guy as you guess he is There’s also nothing original about the story as it re uses genre tropes throughout – it feels very familiar and reminded me strongly of the stories Stephen King was writing in the 1980s before he became sober and boring But it’d be disingenuous of me to give this less than a perfect score because I was totally entertained the entire time and really enjoyed it There’s something to be said about stories that don’t do anything new or surprising but still manage to keep you enthralled the entire time – they’re just good stories and this is a perfectly constructed wonderfully unsettling and self contained horror tale If you’re a horror fan you can’t go wrong with Death Follows


  5. Jan Philipzig Jan Philipzig says:

    Two young sisters their pregnant mother their frail father a struggling farm and a mysterious stranger who lends a helping hand for little pay Yep it’s another rural horror comic book written by Cullen Bunn and it isn’t long before dead rats start to dance in the old barn Death Follows is a uick read arguably a bit on the basic and unremarkable side and not uite on the level of Harrow County but it’s just about creepy enough to get the job done anyway Recommended to fans of horror comics


  6. FanFiAddict FanFiAddict says:

    I received an ARC from EdelweissGreat story artwork and characters Better than Harrow County IMO Definitely grab a copy


  7. Chris Walker Chris Walker says:

    Probably like a 375 but I rounded up because Cullen Bunn is a writer whose work I have consistently enjoyedDeath Follows is a pretty straightforward standalone horror comic In atmosphere and structure it reminds me a lot of some of the earlier short stories of Stephen King A mundane but happy rural existence is thrown out of whack by the appearance of an ominous interloper whose coming is followed by increasingly eerie happenings around the homestead Though not as engaging as his work on Harrow County Death Follows is nonetheless a solid piece of work I'll admit I found the ending to be a little underwhelming but overall I was pleased by the effort The story is short enough that the premise doesn't stretch itself too thinI'm wondering at what point if any I'll grow tired of Bunn's particular brand of Southern horror but as for now I'm digging it


  8. Kristin Kristin says:

    I was eagerly anticipating this one Read it in one sitting and it was delightfully creepy For fans of Harrow County and rural horror stories is that a genre? Short story which inspired the graphic novel is included


  9. Craig Craig says:

    I'm a big fan of Bunn's work on The Sixth Gun but this was just too much Over the top in terms of grim and it all happens so fast at the end should have been build up on the way Nice art from the Zamudio brothers


  10. Erica Erica says:

    I'll hide an outspoken trigger warning because it is a spoiler view spoilerPedophilia hide spoiler


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