I Kill Giants - Read This Now!

Her Name Is Barbara Thorson.

by 00.19

Series Read This Now!

Written by JOE KELLY

Joe Kelly’s story is a wonderfully brilliant fantasy tale set in our time. Young heroine Barbara must face some difficult obstacles during this tale, and even with her strength, she just might not be able to handle the impending challenge the giants present. I love this book. I have an autographed copy on my book shelf. I’ve read it more than a dozen times. It’s hard growing up, and Joe Kelly and JM Ken Niimura hold nothing back in this emotionally charged journey.

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Written by: Luke Brown
Edited by: Mike Sadorf
Effects by: Paul Ritchey
Shot by: Dominic Moschitti

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  • Vinsanity

    This all sounded great...until you got to the $15.99 part. How can a graphic novel cost that much!?! I have a hardcover Trigun - the whole manga collected - and it was $11.99.

    I'll still check it out the next time I'm in the book store - I'm not writing it off entirely or nothing. That's just a crazy pill to swallow. Maybe once I see it in person, it's worth will become apparent.

    EDIT: The paperback on Amazon is like $10-11 bucks, but there's something called "The Titan Edition" that's retailing for a whopping $27. What is UP with this thing!?!

  • 00.19

    i believe the titan edition is a bit oversized if i recall correctly. also, when books are published independently, as I Kill Giants is (Image is technically a small publisher label), the price is slightly higher per issue, and thus, slightly higher for the trade.

  • 00.19

    also, i hope you do check it out, as it's a really, really great book.


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