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Castle: Richard Castle's Deadly Storm Hardcover – September 28, 2011
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With that premise, I had no idea what I was getting into when my copy arrived. As a stand alone work I very much enjoyed the plot (no spoilers here), and most of the character development. The one exception is the character of Derek Storm, himself. There did not appear to be anything great about him. He's a bumbling detective who can barely pay his bills, and can't let things go once he is intrigued. Then he has a couple encounters with CIA agent, Clara Strike. She hires Storm they bump into each other a couple of times, and does not have a deep relationship with her, until she makes a choice that saves Storm's life but costs Strike her own life. After that Storm gets his act together and is set to become an excellent CIA contractor.
As a merchandising effort for the Castle TV show this book is a great product. The comic book "adaptors" Brian Bendis, Kelly DeConnick, and, Lan Medina, do an incredible job of capturing Nathan Fillion's portrayal of the character Richard Castle as the original author. So if you are a fan of the TV show, you will believe that Richard Castle created it. The one liners, the "you know this how" elements all ring true to the show.
So,if you enjoy graphic novels you will enjoy this work, if you are a fan of the show, you will have a great read ahead of you.
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From Marvel and ABC comes the television tie-in comic Castle: Richard Castle’s Deadly Storm, an exciting spy thriller. Read morePublished 1 month ago by dann michalski
A good story but I did not expect to pay that much for a hard cover comic book needless to say I will not buy anymorePublished 7 months ago by ragolf
VERY DISAPOINTED, I didn't even read. As soon as I saw it was in comic book form, I could not even read, print to small. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Elisabeth DeMar
Didn't realize it was a graphic novel when I bought it. Total waste on Kindle Paperwhite, unreadable. I'm sure the story is good so I didn't mark it a "one".Published 10 months ago by Jeff Garner