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The Crow: Waking Nightmares

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  • Title: The Crow: Waking Nightmares
  • Author: Christopher Golden James O'Barr Phillip Hester
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 170
  • Format: Paperback
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    1 thought on “The Crow: Waking Nightmares

    1. Flesh and Blood had Iris wanting to take her time with those that took her life. Michael Korby actually believed that he had spilled enough blood but in order to see his love again, took that life he so desperately did not want to take. In fact, which I should have added in the Wild Justice review, all three characters and angles showed that the ones whom the story's perspective came from, in their way, faced down their own living hell and may still have been living in them. What I find interest [...]

    2. Although definitely a huge improvement above the previous penultimate installment, The Crow: Wild Justice, and especially an improvement above the God-awful (colorized! UGH!) The Crow: City of Angels; The Crow: Waking Nightmares or more meh than anything.A good story sure but definitely lacking the soul crushing existential anguish of the original that made us love the series.Instead of Eric Draven we've got a cop back from the dead to save his children from evil gangsters. Predictablely enough, [...]

    3. This was a huge improvement from the last one. Mark reminded me of Eric. It was easy to picture this story happening on the big screen. The cover art for each issue was also pretty incredible.

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