Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.
To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number.
Other Sellers on Amazon
+ $3.99 shipping
Rivers of London Volume 3: Black Mould Paperback – July 25, 2017
|New from||Used from|
Frequently bought together
Customers who bought this item also bought
Customers who viewed this item also viewed
"Very well written, and well drawn" - Outright Geekery
"Really enjoying this book, these characters, this creative team, and Peter Grant’s London...4 out of 5" - Nerdly
"Verdict: Buy it now and get addicted to this series." - Talking Comic Books
"I was impressed with how well Black Mould blends spooky, scary elements into the real-world setting of the London streets." - CG Magazine
"Get Rivers of London: Black Mould and get yourself hooked on your latest geeky addiction. Lose yourself in the Rivers of London." - Warped Factor
"will make you question every strange black spot in your home and wonder whether it’s growing...
Like the last two volumes, Black Mold is another fun tale, with a couple of sideline stories, and together with the colorful, flashy artwork, it’s a great installment to hold readers over until the next Rivers of London novel comes out." - San Francisco Book Review
About the Author
Ben Aaronovitch has written for TV, his credits including Doctor Who and Casualty; his Rivers of London novels are international bestsellers and he has finally fulfilled his dream of adding a comic to the series; in this he has been joined by fellow writer and regular Doctor Who contributor Andrew Cartmel.
Fellow Doctor Who creators, artist Lee Sullivan, and Luis Guerrero, also join the team. Lee has a long, illustrious career as a comics artist, his work including not just Doctor Who but the likes of Transformers, Robocop and Judge Dredd. Guerrero has worked as a colorist for Vertico and Image comics, and his credits include Doctor Who, The Troop and Mycroft for Titan.
Top customer reviews
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.
DC Sahra Guleed is investigating the rental home of a friend whose daughter has refused to live in it any longer, citing creepy and fearful feelings, when she is attacked by an animated "creature" made from black mould. She fights it off and reports it to the Folly, where she helps Peter Grant defeat the creature off with an unusual weapon, since his use of magic just strengthens it. Peter's search for more of this "creepy" mould leads him to a swank new apartment building, two young people living slightly illegally in an aunt's apartment, an old-age home, and even to his musician dad for some advice. After all, what's the connection between homicidal black mould, a jazz musician, and a rental company?
Loved Peter and Guleed working together, the humorous subplot with Nightingale and Tom Debden (the body-shop guy from BODY WORK), a great action scene involving Molly and an intruder, and seeing Peter's dad "in the flesh," so to speak. My only quibble: I wasn't sure the woman character introduced near the end of the story was all that good a character; she seemed a bit over the top. Another funny ending with Molly and Toby finishes off an entertaining story that's still not quite as good as Body Work, but which gets points for a novel "villain." (And there's a couple of great chuckles in the one-page "Tales from the Folly.") Great artwork as usual; none of the "slash and gash" minimalist art that made me give up on modern comic books.