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  • Paperback: 96 pages
  • Publisher: Dark Horse Originals (May 1 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1595828621
  • ISBN-13: 978-1595828620
  • Product Dimensions: 13.3 x 0.6 x 19 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 113 g
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0xa9cf7c18) out of 5 stars 45 reviews
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xaa35e840) out of 5 stars Entertaining April 18 2012
By Serene Night - Published on
Format: Paperback
I popped into the middle of this series, and must confess, I quite enjoy it. It is about a young psychic who can see and hear dead people. When he becomes convinced his ex-girlfriend is the next to die, he follows her, provoking an eventual confrontation- she thinks he's a stalker.

Aided by a ghost girl, and a friendly pawn shop owner, Brody begins to gather evidence on a series of crimes all involving the same killer. Can Brody get to the bottom of things before the killer makes his next move?

This was an entertaining, solid manga-influenced murder mystery story set in a post apocalyptic looking future. Brody is a likeable young man and his friends are intriguing and well-portrayed. I thought the pencils were good, and was interested in what was going to happen next.

4 stars. Review copy courtesy of netgalley
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa9dc4060) out of 5 stars Fun Book June 15 2012
By JoeP - Published on
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After reading the third in this series from Mark Crilley the story just keeps you hooked. They are short books and easy reads but I can't wait for book four. Crilley's art work is fantastic in this volume. The city scapes alone are worth the price of the book. Fantastic detail and if feels like the page is a window as you look across the city. Watch Mr. Crilley on you tube and you will see what a great personality he has and the pride he takes in his work. Well Done!
HASH(0xb4f5b2e8) out of 5 stars Thumbs Up Feb. 27 2013
By Mr. D - Published on
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3rd book of Mark Crilley's "Brody's Ghost." Not as good as the 2nd book, but still good. It's about Brody and his ghost friend, Talia, looking for a murderer. Here are the things this book gets right...

The art is good, like always. Crilley is a professional so the art you see in this book is most likely going to be as good as the first one. Still, the backgrounds are the best parts.

Talia is still a delight to read and gets even more development as a character.

There's this great sense of darkness "Brody's Ghost" has. There isn't much swearing (if any) and the violence is surprisingly tame for an action manga, but it's the things underneath the surface that make your skin crawl. Way back in the first book Brody was getting his butt handed to him by a little kid (funny). Then the little kid takes a cinder block and is about to smash his head in (wtf?). The book talks about this murderer who goes around strangling women (okay no big deal. Most of us hear about murders all the time). Then Crilley puts a face on these victims, all of them young, pretty, and full of life so far. At one point you even see a woman getting strangled (WTF!?). I found myself actually feeling pretty bad for these people I barely knew. Reading between the lines, I shuddered at the thought of the likelihood (assuming the murderer is a man) of these women being sexual assaulted, especially ***SPOILER*** since Talia was one of the victims ***END SPOILER*** The dark underlining is great and it gives a more real and urgent feeling to everything.

I liked how "Brody's Ghost" isn't a one-trick pony that's all about action. This volume is more of a detective story. It adds some intelligence to everything overall.

The expressions I feel are getting better. Crilley's good had doing the serious emotions but the the more silly one come off stiff.

Things that could use work...

Brody. I'm beginning to feel like a broken record, but Brody still feels underdeveloped. So far this is what I understand of him. He's usually a laid back kind of guy who's often quiet. But when provoked just the right way he has a tendency to blow his top. This actually sounds good in writing, but it could be executed better in my opinion. Brody has a temper problem, I get it, but whenever he does lose his temper it's usually only shown for several panels, and then he's back to being boring. If he's going to be angry then it should he should be angry more. At least that way he'd be more interesting.

The overall predictability in the story. I usually could guess what was going to happen a book before it happened, like this and the last cliffhanger. While still enjoyable, there weren't many surprises for me. I'm the kind of person who likes to be caught off guard, but so far the story's having a hard time doing that. But this problem seems to be disappearing on its own, because I can honestly say I don't have a good idea what will happen next, other than they catch the murderer. I mean, I've got an idea, but a vague one.

I only really had two complaints about the third book, but they were big ones for me. Everything else is great. I hope this comic does well because if I'm right and this series does "end" at the murderer, there will still be so much story to tell. My hope is that Dark Horse lets Crilley continue his series after the first initial 6 or 7 books are finished. Brody could develop his powers more, maybe meet another rival psychic, and finds a way to save his clearly deteriorating city he lives in. I'm just fantasizing now.

Anyways, book 3 is still good and still worth a read. Does a good job at keeping you hooked, and I'll be keeping my eye out for the 4th book for sure.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xb4ccadb0) out of 5 stars Brody's Ghost, Vol. 3 Sept. 8 2012
By David Woodruff - Published on
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I really enjoyed the series so far. The art work is great. It's worth the price of the book. The story line kept me engrossed. Nice plot and twists. And the characters are likeable and interesting. Highly recommend, especially if one is into Manga.
HASH(0xaa3336c0) out of 5 stars Eat Your Heart Out, Ernie Hudson Dec 7 2013
By Brian R Gilmartin - Published on
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Let me start off by saying that I've only recently become familiar with Mr. Crilley through his How to draw manga books. What I have seen though is quite impressive; in a way, he sort of reminds me of the great Patrick "Spaz" Spaziante of Archie Comics Sonic the Hedgehog books, and that, coming from me, is very high praise indeed. When I saw the Brody's Ghost series,I decided I should try it an see his work in action and I will tell you, Mr. Crilley does not disappoint.
First, let's talk about the story: picking up where the last book left off, Brody has been following his ex-girlfriend, Nicole, after seeing an image of her dead body, which, in turn , causes him to believe she's to be the next victim of the dangerous Penny Murder. I won't reveal too much more, but I will say that the story is definitely well-told; it plays out a bit like a murder mystery, with a dose of the paranormal and, moreso in the other books, a bit of kung fu action thrown in for spice.
Then there's the artwork. Like the aforementioned "Spaz", Crilley does a great job bringing out that "manga feel" in an otherwise American made book. His attention to detail is great and his characters are very expressive and fun to watch. I especially like the scenes where characters go all wide-eyed, because it adds humour to the otherwise gritty atmosphere and keeps it from being *too* dark and depressing (like far too much of most entertainment today).
All in all, I'm really liking the way the series is shaping up. As of this writing, I already have the first four parts of the series and can't wait for the last two. Highly recommended.