Casefile: ARKHAM - Her Blood Runs Cold

Casefile: ARKHAM - Her Blood Runs Cold

Josh Finney / Sep 22, 2019

Casefile ARKHAM Her Blood Runs Cold Detective Hank Flynn returns for another case that will lead him into the darkest corners of Lovecraft s most cursed city Arkham Massachusetts When an old friend shows up at Flynn s office waving a g

  • Title: Casefile: ARKHAM - Her Blood Runs Cold
  • Author: Josh Finney
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  • Page: 306
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  • Detective Hank Flynn returns for another case that will lead him into the darkest corners of Lovecraft s most cursed city Arkham, Massachusetts When an old friend shows up at Flynn s office waving a gun and rambling about the Abyss of the Shoggoths, the detective is pulled into a case of love, revenge, and an elite family s generational feud one which just so happen to Detective Hank Flynn returns for another case that will lead him into the darkest corners of Lovecraft s most cursed city Arkham, Massachusetts When an old friend shows up at Flynn s office waving a gun and rambling about the Abyss of the Shoggoths, the detective is pulled into a case of love, revenge, and an elite family s generational feud one which just so happen to have interbred with the spawn of a Sumerian God Get A Copy Kindle Store Online StoresAudibleBarnes NobleWalmart eBooksGoogle PlayAbebooksBook DepositoryAlibrisBetter World BooksIndieBoundLibraries Or buy for Kindle Edition, 152 pages Published February 13th 2018 by 01Publishing More Details ASIN B077H5ZHH4 Other Editions 1 All Editions Add a New Edition Combine Less Detail edit details Friend Reviews To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up Reader QA To ask other readers questions about Casefile, please sign up

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    Lists with This Book This book is not yet featured on Listopia Add this book to your favorite list Community Reviews Showing 1 22 Rating details Sort Default Filter Mar 30, 2018 Sadie Hartmann Mother Horror rated it really liked it I d like to thank the editor of this graphic novel, Kat Rocha, for offering me a physical edition in exchange for an honest review.I m a big graphic novel fan I think it stems from my love for illustrations in books I just love that added layer of enjoyment to my reading experience.This particular story is part of a larger series with P.I Hank Flynn as the protagonist He looks like Robert Mitchum from his Cape Fear performance 1962 PS I LOVE Robert MitchumFirst, the story This has a thro I d like to thank the editor of this graphic novel, Kat Rocha, for offering me a physical edition in exchange for an honest review.I m a big graphic novel fan I think it stems from my love for illustrations in books I just love that added layer of enjoyment to my reading experience.This particular story is part of a larger series with P.I Hank Flynn as the protagonist He looks like Robert Mitchum from his Cape Fear performance 1962 PS I LOVE Robert MitchumFirst, the story This has a throwback era, scruffy detective, hardboiled, noir vibe to it One of my favorite genres so I feel like I m a little bit biased.The artwork is incredible I don t know how the artists manage to make even the faces seem like they were out of an old black and white movie but they did impeccably The setting and the clothing, even the dialog is spot on for this time period style.Hank Flynn battles a lot of demons here His close friend s decent into madnessLaw enforcementMobstersA Lovecraftian cultBlack MagicSome wicked, lusty womenHis own nightmaresand his inability to stay out of trouble.I can t think of any reason why any fan of horror and graphic novels wouldn t eat this thing up I fully enjoyed it I did withhold one star because I was a little confused by the story sometimes and I had to go back and read a few portions to keep the characters straight, especially the women who looked similar in certain frames flag 21 likesLike see review Mar 06, 2018 Eddie Generous rated it it was amazing Unnerving Magazine ReviewHER BLOOD RUNS COLD is the second of this series Casefile Arkham And for a second time, the story worked for me This one even better than the first If you stripped away the format and had this as a modern novel I doubt it would work as well as it does The hardboiled detective has moved beyond its pre and depression era pulpy origins because it had to only so many titles need to read like Hammett or Chandler and whoever else popped those bad boys out while it was f Unnerving Magazine ReviewHER BLOOD RUNS COLD is the second of this series Casefile Arkham And for a second time, the story worked for me This one even better than the first If you stripped away the format and had this as a modern novel I doubt it would work as well as it does The hardboiled detective has moved beyond its pre and depression era pulpy origins because it had to only so many titles need to read like Hammett or Chandler and whoever else popped those bad boys out while it was fresh and Lovecraft is a topic pretty well needlessly pounded into schnitzel these days However, put them together in a comic, a format that when done well, has zero fat or time to worry about belief suspension, and I think it works.The tone and topics are familiar, but mashing dames with sea monsters and then turning a modern lens over old timey backdrops lends a different view to the hubbub turns out to be a fun and entertaining way to do things.The art is great, coming out with style and enthusiasm than the first of the series It matches well and then carries parts of the story with flair There is one panel in particular that stood out for me involving eyes and crude box almost carved in for emphasis I like little extras like that.The dialogue fits and follows its mold without any noticeable slippage not that I caught anyhow The ideas are not new, but I suppose by design that s the point And as for the story itself, there s so much going on, much I have to assume touches on the various Lovecraftian do dads and what have yous, that the pace is constant and fast It gives a ton of space for visuals and hints at any number of possibilities for future stories Bonus points for not every man in the story chasing his dick around when the opportunity, uh, arises, despite all the lingerie and weighty cup sizes.HER BLOOD RUNS COLD is a highly entertaining and well put together hardboiled Lovecraftian noir, this series is two for two flag 2 likesLike see review Mar 07, 2018 Shawn C Baker rated it it was amazing This book is perfect at what it does, which is blend classic Noir style with Lovecraftian horror perhaps not a no brainer mash up upon first reflection, until you stop to realize it s seldom done Brubaker and Philips come to mind as the only other readily available example despite the fact that the time frames between the two genres match up, as do the aesthetics, if you re adventurous enough to add a little Dagon blood to your bourbon After only one other collaboratory entry to this series This book is perfect at what it does, which is blend classic Noir style with Lovecraftian horror perhaps not a no brainer mash up upon first reflection, until you stop to realize it s seldom done Brubaker and Philips come to mind as the only other readily available example despite the fact that the time frames between the two genres match up, as do the aesthetics, if you re adventurous enough to add a little Dagon blood to your bourbon After only one other collaboratory entry to this series also fantastic Finney and McEvoy now work seamlessly together as a fully synthesized storytelling unit As such, this book is a gunshot, one seating read that will pull you through its dark maw and show you sights unseen amongst the familiar, all while still managing to supply enough inside references and Easter eggs to make fanboys smile knowingly In Casefile Arkham Her Blood Runs Cold, the narrative and characters are intimately realized through their dark and addicting drift on the amoral days of the post World War generation Hank Flynn, P.I and Glynda are wonderful archetypes dressed in innovation and originality, protagonists that give back a wealthy vig on the tropes from which they borrow I helped kickstart this book and will do so again when the next entry comes around flag 1 likeLike see review Mar 03, 2018 I DRM Free rated it really liked it I had no idea what to expect when I started reading this Graphic Novel From the cover it looked like a Film Noir style comic book which I thought I would enjoy And I have to say, I did really enjoy it.The artistry is very 1940 s film noir style Although I wish it was a bit shades of gray, then pure black and white But the artistry was top notch and wonderfully detailed when it needed to be, and plain jane when it had to be I really enjoyed the monsters, and the detail they had all the I had no idea what to expect when I started reading this Graphic Novel From the cover it looked like a Film Noir style comic book which I thought I would enjoy And I have to say, I did really enjoy it.The artistry is very 1940 s film noir style Although I wish it was a bit shades of gray, then pure black and white But the artistry was top notch and wonderfully detailed when it needed to be, and plain jane when it had to be I really enjoyed the monsters, and the detail they had all the way down to the fish scales.The writing was pretty good too, it kept the flow going well and never got too bogged down.Overall, this Graphic Novel was nothing like I expected but kinda was what I expected I don t think I would have ever guessed that it dealt with the occult and weird Cthulu type of monsters It s weird because it mentions them and shows them, but they weren t the focus The focus was the death of Derby and the monsters were just side tidbits thrown in.It unfortunately has DRM, so 1 from the score for that But you better believe I m looking out for the others in this series and can t wait to read them flag 1 likeLike see review Mar 25, 2018 Rory rated it it was amazing I backed this on Kickstarter, as I did the previous volume, and yet again it s fantastic stuff Any fan of Lovecraftian or Noir fiction would surely enjoy this flag 1 likeLike see review Oct 19, 2018 B Barron rated it really liked it review of another edition Shelves comics graphics art Good story.Good art.Really enjoyed this going to get of these Casefile ARKHAM stories flag Like see review Minna rated it really liked it Feb 24, 2018 Mar 30, 2018 Kat Rocha rated it it was amazing Review from the author Like Alan rated it it was amazing Jul 09, 2018 Ronny Heinz rated it really liked it Jul 11, 2018 Nathaniel rated it really liked it Jun 21, 2018 Cedric Nye marked it as to read Jan 26, 2018 Allen Williams is 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    1. I d like to thank the editor of this graphic novel, Kat Rocha, for offering me a physical edition in exchange for an honest review.I m a big graphic novel fan I think it stems from my love for illustrations in books I just love that added layer of enjoyment to my reading experience.This particular story is part of a larger series with P.I Hank Flynn as the protagonist He looks like Robert Mitchum from his Cape Fear performance 1962 PS I LOVE Robert MitchumFirst, the story This has a thro I d lik [...]


    2. Unnerving Magazine ReviewHER BLOOD RUNS COLD is the second of this series Casefile Arkham And for a second time, the story worked for me This one even better than the first If you stripped away the format and had this as a modern novel I doubt it would work as well as it does The hardboiled detective has moved beyond its pre and depression era pulpy origins because it had to only so many titles need to read like Hammett or Chandler and whoever else popped those bad boys out while it was f Unnerv [...]


    3. This book is perfect at what it does, which is blend classic Noir style with Lovecraftian horror perhaps not a no brainer mash up upon first reflection, until you stop to realize it s seldom done Brubaker and Philips come to mind as the only other readily available example despite the fact that the time frames between the two genres match up, as do the aesthetics, if you re adventurous enough to add a little Dagon blood to your bourbon After only one other collaboratory entry to this series This [...]


    4. I had no idea what to expect when I started reading this Graphic Novel From the cover it looked like a Film Noir style comic book which I thought I would enjoy And I have to say, I did really enjoy it.The artistry is very 1940 s film noir style Although I wish it was a bit shades of gray, then pure black and white But the artistry was top notch and wonderfully detailed when it needed to be, and plain jane when it had to be I really enjoyed the monsters, and the detail they had all the I had no [...]


    5. I backed this on Kickstarter, as I did the previous volume, and yet again it s fantastic stuff Any fan of Lovecraftian or Noir fiction would surely enjoy this.




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