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Blackburn Burrow Issue #2 by [Marz, Ron]
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About the Author

Ron Marz has been writing comic books for two decades, starting his career with a lengthy run on Silver Surfer for Marvel. Since then, he has worked for virtually every major publisher and compiled a long list of credits, including stints on Green Lantern for DC, Star Wars for Dark Horse, Witchblade for Top Cow/Image, and as a staff writer for CrossGen Comics. His most recent work includes Artifacts for Top Cow/Image, Voodoo for DC, Prophecy for Dynamite, and the recently-released Blackburn Burrow, the first comics project from Amazon Studios.

Ron's creator-owned series include Shinku at Image; Dragon Prince at Top Cow; and Samurai: Heaven and Earth, and Pantheon City, at Dark Horse. He is also a regular columnist for award-winning website ComicBookResources.com, the #1 comics-related website, and serves as an editorial consultant for Rovolt Entertainment in India.

Matthew Dow Smith has drawn comics for every major American comic book publisher. His work has appeared in the pages of DC’s STARMAN, Mike Mignola’s HELLBOY, Marvel’s NIGHTCRAWLER, and Top Cow’s WITCHBLADE. A frequent artist on IDW’s DOCTOR WHO comic book, he has also written a series of WHO short stories in the US and UK, including a special comic produced by the BBC America Shop for the 2011 San Diego Comic Con. He is the writer and artist of the graphic novel THE OCTOBER GIRL from MonkeyBrain Comics, and the author of the upcoming prose novel, NIGHT FOLK.

J. H. Levy graduated from the University of Florida with a degree in journalism. Besides having published several short stories and being in the final edits of his first novel, his first screenplay, Blackburn Burrow, has recently been optioned by Amazon Studios.


Product Details

  • File Size: 5804 KB
  • Print Length: 23 pages
  • Publisher: Amazon Studios (October 19, 2012)
  • Publication Date: October 19, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B009RSU9MU
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,376,232 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Part 2 in the series about a mysterious soldier who finds the supernatural and anything that frightens the towns of the south. Filled with action, mystery and supernatural adventure, this series should be longer than the given 4 issues.
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I like it but don't love it. I think that it is too much like everything else these days with Zombies and Vampire Hunters. It actually kind of reminded me of the Television Show Supernatural but set in the 1800's. Shouldn't be a movie.
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Surrounded by horrific unliving creatures is rarely a good way to start anything but this time it worked! A strong well depicted opening leading to a few interesting plot turns, it's a quick read but overall it's worth your time.
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The story is just a string of cliches strung together set during the U. S. Civil War and has a lot of logic problems. If Amazon addresses these things with an eye towards resolving them before the film enters production, it may be enjoyable.
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By Gaz on November 5, 2012
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This comic is currently free, but I would pay ( and have previously done so) for a comic of this quality. I've always liked Matt smith's art and the story is also engaging enough for me to want to find out what happens next.
All in all, a good read .. no higher praise..
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I gave this comic a second chance, reading both this and #1, and this one isn't any better. The writing is cliche at best, and just bad at worst. The characters are nearly one dimensional, and could have been salvaged with more time spent on the characters, but the books are too short for that to work. These comics are barely readable, and need a lot more work before they can get anywhere close to good. The illustrations are still interesting, fitting well with the style.
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Simple dialogue, maybe it's supposed to be the reflective of the main character.
The artwork is okay.
Not as detailed as main stream comics from the bigger publishing operations.
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A bit more exciting than episode 1 as Mister enters the mine to seek out what happened to the townspeople and military detachment. Still a bit short. Off to the 3rd installment...
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