Michael Dougherty Fiona Staples Stephen Byrne Stuart Sayger Zid Todd Casey Zach Shields Marc Andreyko
- Title: Trick 'r Treat: Days of the Dead
- Author: Michael Dougherty Fiona Staples Stephen Byrne Stuart Sayger Zid Todd Casey Zach Shields Marc Andreyko
- ISBN: 9781937278854
- Page: 308
- Format: Paperback
From the twisted imagination of creator Michael Dougherty director of the upcoming Krampus and Trick r Treat, screenwriter of X Men 2 and Superman Returns and a top notch team of artists including Fiona Staples Saga , Stephen Byrne Buffy Angel , Stuart Sayger Bram Stoker s Death Ship and Zid Son of Merlin comes this 4 part collection that paves the way for the TriFrom the twisted imagination of creator Michael Dougherty director of the upcoming Krampus and Trick r Treat, screenwriter of X Men 2 and Superman Returns and a top notch team of artists including Fiona Staples Saga , Stephen Byrne Buffy Angel , Stuart Sayger Bram Stoker s Death Ship and Zid Son of Merlin comes this 4 part collection that paves the way for the Trick r Treat film sequel Days of the Dead ventures through the ages for this chilling collection of Halloween time stories from old world lovers whose romance takes a darker turn, to pioneers who discover than they bargained for out West, to an edgy 1950s Los Angeles tale dripping with horror noir, and straight through the heart of small town America to teach a couple of a trouble making pranksters a lesson they ll never forget Across the centuries of Halloween horror, wherever fear lies, Sam will be waiting.
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Al igual que la película (de culto) que da origen a este cómic, Trick 'r Treat: Days of the Dead es una verdadera carta de amor al Halloween. Las cuatro historias que componen esta obra se desarrollan en un punto histórico distinto. Comenzamos en el viejo continente (como el Halloween mismo) con una historia trágica de amor y brujas, después llegamos al salvaje Oeste norteamericano, en donde la historia girará en torno al encuentro entre los nativos americanos y los vaqueros, posteriorment [...]
For those of you who haven't seen the movie TRICK R TREAT, you need to rectify that. It's a great, old school type horror anthology movie that I think is very underrated.This graphic novel is a sequel of sorts to the movie. An actual sequel to the movie is being planned, and I'm not sure if this graphic novel is an adaptation of the script, or it stands alone. Either way, it's a very good horror comic anthology.Included in the four stories is both a Weird Western tale as well as one loaded with [...]
My god I want this.
I didn't see the movie, but I think this was entertaining. The graphics of the third story were awful, hence the 4 stars instead of 5. I liked the first two stories the most because they had a historical reference to them as well as a strong moral. I didn't really understand the moral of the last story? Maybe that if some people won't accept you as you are, somebody else will love you as you are? I did like the graphics of the last story the most though. This was nice to read on a day I'm too ti [...]
Tuve la suerte de adquirir este comic literalmente el último día de mi viaje a Estados Unidos y me sentí de lo más afortunada: solo quedaba ese ejemplar, y supe que en definitiva me estaba esperando. Para el que sepa algo de mí, creo que no es ninguna novedad el hecho de que Trick 'r Treat es una de mis películas favoritas del género, por lo que nunca desperdicio oportunidad de difundirla y recomendarla a todos. El comic pretende ser una especie de snack, un placebo para todos los que est [...]
The first and last tales were the best. I was very happy to see Fiona Staples in this collection!
I am one of Trick 'r Treats' biggest fans. I just needed to put that out there first thing. I don't just watch it, religiously, once a year, but during the year as well, to bring me that Halloween feeling, as well as to marvel over the craftsmanship with which the movie was made. So when I saw that Days of the Dead was being released, I had to have it! And I do, thanks to my birthday (yesterday) and my very generous best friend!Like the movie, the graphic novel follow four different stories; unl [...]
Michael Dougherty's "Trick 'r Treat" might be the best Halloween movie ever. No other film I've heard of - and trust me, I've searched - evokes that feeling of the Halloween season better than "Trick 'r Treat" does. While we all wait patiently for the sequel (which Dougherty states in the introduction to this book is indeed in the works), this graphic novel anthology of four stories acts as somewhat of a stopgap. Unfortunately, it kind of sucks. Look, maybe my expectations were off. Just about e [...]
I’m a fan of the Trick ‘r Treat movie and when I found out last year that they we’re making a sequel I admittedly got excited. Then I found the graphic novel on Book Outlet and found out that the graphic novel is the sequel and still planning on making the actual movie, I don’t know when the movie will come out but I’m still looking forward to catching it in the future. Now for my review of Trick ‘r Treat: Days of the Dead, it’s a very fun read and the illustrations are incredible! [...]
Damn good reading!
Fun read for the season. 3rd story was a little off, and drawings were not the best, but the other three were great!
"Corn Maiden" was my overall favorite.
The art of the detective story was confusing and overly busy. The first story set in Ireland was forgettable. The Native American story, as a Native American was offensive. The last story was excellent and the only one I would consider "good." Overall, it was a huge disappointment, and Sam had little to do with this story. I still, despite all of its faults, enjoyed reading it, and if you're a huge Trick 'R Treat fan, it's not much time out of your life to check it out and there is some really c [...]
I wish the stories were more interconnected than just thematically. But, I guess that's hard to do since they take place over different eras.The tales themselves are a bit deeper than I was expecting, and most of the art is pretty fantastic.If this is what Mr. Dougherty has in store for the (hopefully) eventual Tricj R Treat 2, it should be good.
Enjoyable but more than a bit disjointed. Needs more Sam, I think.
Trick 'r Treat was an anthology horror film with a star-studded cast (including Anna Paquin) that never received proper theatrical release and was shelved indefinitely. Being released directly-to-DVD produced a justifiable cult following that amassed enough popular support for a series of graphic novels and circulating rumors of a sequel. The film had sequences inspired by horror comic books, so the shift in medium sacrifices nothing, though I did find Trick 'r Treat: Days of the Dead to be a bi [...]
3.3⭐ It's not Halloween without SamThis graphic paperback was a good bit of fun. It's not the sequel I want to see, but the first thing I said after watching Trick 'r Treat was that it would have been an amazing animated film. This was a touch of that. (PS- to the hardcore fans, I have seen Sam's animated short. It was just too short. Imagine a Trick 'r Treat anime, stop motion, or 2D animation in similar styles to Iron Giant or Treasure Planet). The best story by far was the final story, Mons [...]
Fan de la cinta desde que la vi por televisión la primera vez, y poder leer esta "secuela" que enlazará con la segunda cinta, la cual rezo por que no tarde mucho, fue un placer, ver un poco más sobre la historia de Sam me encantó y valió la pena cada segundo invertido en los relatos que abarcan distintas épocas y contextos.
The art in the detective story was so ugly i stopped half way through it
I love how the used the basis of Sam in yet another amazing set of short stories! Wish it was longer.
A fantastic follow-up!
Featured Trick 'r Treat on my Top 5 Horror List in the video link below.youtube/watch?v=-gYCr
Trick R Treat is a collective project by Michael Dougherty ( Trick R Treat), writers Todd Casey and Zach Shields ( Krumpus), Marc Andreyko (Batwoman), and artists Fiona Staples ( Saga), Stephen Byrne (Buffy/Angel), Stuart Sayger (Death Ship), and Zid (Son of Merlin). The book is a four part story of that leads up to the filming sequel of Trick R Treat 2. The stories of Halloween throughout the ages from the medieval time period, the 1800s west, the streets of LA in the 1950s, to the time of Tric [...]
Until we finally get a sequel the the Halloween sleeper hit, Trick 'r Treat, these graphic novels that continue the story of Sam are a horror buffs dream come true.This time the stories are only interconnected by the appearance of Sam, they are all set around Halloween however all in different years. The western story The Corn Maiden was my favourite, it's a very strange setting for a Halloween story but it somehow seems to work, the Monster Mash is very similar to the first novel/ movie as it h [...]
soy fan de trick 'r treat la película, así que esto me emocionaba bastante. no me decepcionó: la estructura es diferente en tanto no es una network narrative como la de la película (formato muy competentemente imitado en tales of halloween, de este año) sino una serie de historias narradas por un personaje a otro. (la cosa se parece, pues, pero no es idéntica: esto es más parecido a v/h/s, por ejemplo.) la mayoría son muy buenas, con un par de guiños para los seguidores de halloween: se [...]
Ahhh! I really, liked this. Honestly. I feel like a fair few people were upset with the lack of Sam in this…but Sam was definitely there in some unconventional forms. He is the spirit of Halloween after all. And I say this as a big enough Sam fan that I named my cat after him. I love Fiona Staples art so we were off to a great start. I enjoyed how the stories were intertwined, though it wasn’t as tightly woven as in the film — but this is because the stories being told were from different [...]
Trick 'R Treat is one of my favorite horror movies. It reminds you of how good old school horror used to be. Now Sam is back and ready to spill your blood. A grandpa tells his granddaughter four spooky tales for Halloween. The first two endings made this book worth reading. The third one made me yawn and the last one was pretty epic. Overall, this was good. I wished there was more Sam involved. Where's that lil devil when you need saving?Hoping that they continue a graphic novel series and get S [...]
I'm a big fan of the Trick R' Treat movie (have to watch it every Halloween), but I did not read the original graphic novel. So with that in mind, here is my review:It was okay. The stories were a little more out there this time around; not sure how well some of them will translate to film. As expected, the stories were hit or miss. One in particular had very confusing illustrations and was a little difficult to follow.As for the ending, it was fairly predictable but not bad.
I'm a huge fan of Trick 'R' Treat and was not disappointed! Days of the Dead tells us several spooky stories across history, all connected by Sam in some way. There's a story from the Middle Ages Ireland, a frontier era tale, a noir detective story from the 20s, and finally a father telling his daughter about a Halloween night from his childhood. They're all a bit terrifying and would make for excellent stormy night reading!
This book was a complete surprise! I wasn't expecting much but it was filled with gooey Halloween nostalgia and gorgeous art (especially from Fiona Staples and Stuart Sayger). It's no Watchmen but for what it is it's great!
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