The artwork works well with the story.
The series which was obviously conceived as a horror for kid, quickly turned to be the title for adults... those that are children at heart.
I was really happy to see that the Courtney Crumrin books were being reissued in special hardcover editions in full color.
I would rate this as a must get if you're the fan of the series. I've read this book many time already but it was a whole new experience seeing the comic in color.Published 5 months ago by Toan Vuong
Don't confuse this graphic novel with Amulet, as its not appropriate for the 8-14 crowd. With colorful and well-rendered characters using words like "lame-asses" and... Read morePublished 9 months ago by R. Howard-Hines
When I've acquainted with the digital version of this comic book, I could not resist the temptation to buy hardcovers. Read morePublished 11 months ago by NumiTorum
Very fun read even for adults, but maybe too scary and violent for some of the littlest readers.
Subtle lessons continue through at least 2nd volume (I haven't seem 3rd... Read more
You know that old creepy house that no one will enter? The one where there is a solitary individual living there that the neighbors all believe could actually be... Read more
No kid likes to move to a new town. Courtney Crumrin likes it even less. With self-absorbed parents who are more interested in their social calendars than their only daughter,... Read morePublished on June 7, 2012 by GraphicNovelReporter.com
Young Courtney Crumrin is new to the town of Hillsborough, forced to move into her Great Uncle Aloysius' monstrosity of a house by her parents who "ran out of credit cards" and... Read morePublished on May 24, 2012 by Amazon Customer