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The Tower Chronicles Book One: Geisthawk HE LIVES TO KILL THE DEAD Written by Matt Wagner, award winning creator of Grendel and Mage, and co created with Thomas Tull, executive producer ofand The Dark Knight, this hardcover edition collects The Tower Chronicles GeistHawk, Volumes, an epic which tells the first compelling tale of John Tower, a supernatural bounty hunter who tracks and destroys the uncanny evils that haunt our world His harrowing missions lead him across the globe and into the darkest recesses of mankind s most dangerous places to banish a wide variety of poltergeists, demons, and other unfathomable evils to free his troubled patrons from their tormentors ethereal grasp Stalked by sultry sirens who want to devour his very life, hunted a by rival mercenary organization, and set up by sinister corporations, Tower faces threats than ever before Meanwhile, his unofficial partner, FBI agent Alicia Hardwicke, begins to uncover pieces of Tower s shadowy past, bringing up the question What secrets can a man who hunts monsters possibly have that are even chilling than his prey Will our hero reach his mysterious goalsor will Tower die trying Illustrated by acclaimedAD and Lobo artist Simon Bisley


About the Author: Matt Wagner

Matt Wagner is an American comic book writer and artist In addition to his creator owned series Mage and Grendel, he has also worked on comics featuring The Demon and Batman as well as such titles as Sandman Mystery Theatre and Trinity, a DC Comics limited series featuring Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman.



10 thoughts on “The Tower Chronicles Book One: Geisthawk

  1. Quentin Wallace Quentin Wallace says:

    This was a good read, but with Matt Wagner and Simon Bisley I would expect no less Great supernatural adventure with an interesting protagonist This story deals with a supernatural bounty hunter, and while the tropes may not be the most original, the book does put a new spin on familiar ideas.Bisley s art is a littlesubdued then what I usually see from him, but in a way it comes acro


  2. Karissa Karissa says:

    I have had this graphic novel on my to be read shelf for quite a while and was excited to finally get around to reading it I was drawn to the colorful artwork and the interesting premise This ended up being okay but not great As mentioned I enjoyed the deep and vibrant colors in the artwork however the artwork itself was a bit lacking A lot of the characters are overly muscular and shiny look


  3. Kevin Kevin says:

    The Tower Chronicles story isn t as pretentious as you would think being in the supernatural horror genre Matt Wagner has laid out some impressive story skills hidden within the pages just waiting to leap out while Simon Bisley really puts in the added touches on his artwork Biz has a way of being sloppy sometimes i.e Fistful of Blood Together they really pulled of a very dark and intelligent story wh


  4. Eric Novello Eric Novello says:

    O formato quadrad o, nada muito inventivo nesse aspecto, mas gosto dos personagens em dos monstros sobrenaturais Consegue pegar o lugar comum vampiros, dem nios e dar uma cara diferente, mostr lo como bad guys Esse book one re ne 4 HQs do Tower e tem 286 p ginas.


  5. Dan Dan says:

    Not recommended at all The artwork is bad So bad, in fact, that it distracts from what might otherwise be a fun if trite little supernatural adventure story.


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