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I Luv Halloween: 1 Paperback – 11 Oct 2005

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Product details

  • Paperback: 192 pages
  • Publisher: Tokyopop (11 Oct. 2005)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1595328319
  • ISBN-13: 978-1595328311
  • Product Dimensions: 19 x 12.8 x 1.5 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,253,678 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Format: Paperback
Where do I begin, to start with I had to make up a word to explain how could this item is (See title for word)

Its got a very strange and compelling storyline which makes you want to find out what the heck is going on, all the characters are brilliantly created with hilarious personalities. But the main thing is its one of the funniest things you will ever read.....ever.

Devil Lad ~#~#~#~#~
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This book is great book. the pictures are really good and the story line is very engaging: The kids in the book are twisted, and travel around the town collecting sweets, however an old woman gives them a trick-or-treater's worst nightmare: healthy apples. This forces them to take revenge on the sweet old lady, as they blame her for their bad collection of sweets.
It's definately worth reading, however it doesn't take long to read (which can be said for all graphic novels, i suppose). It also takes a little bit of getting used to the language used in it, but once you pass that minor barrier, the book is really enjoyable.

*4.5 stars*
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this has to be one of the most origional funny and beautifly drawn manga books ive ever read, the art is awesome and the characters just draw you into the book and youll never want it to end dont let the look of the cover fool you its much more in-depth and much more beautiful i would recomend this to anyone who likes haloween, mischeif good art or is a teenager. =]
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0x8bfeca8c) out of 5 stars 12 reviews
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8bfef4ec) out of 5 stars Hilarious 14 Feb. 2006
By hettar7 - Published on
Format: Paperback
Can't believe no one has reviewed this book yet. It's absolutely hilarious in a very demented sick way. If your humor runs to enjoying others pain and suffering, if you really wish to rule a zombie army, if you get off on paying no attention to other people then screwing them over, well .. aside from being on messed up freak .. you'll love this book. Not for the morally minded, there are various nipple appearances. But not for the fanboys either, the main female character is a rock weilding murderer still in toddler clothes. no need to go to tokyopop's website to preview the first chapters, just buy the book. deffinetly worth it.
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8bfef540) out of 5 stars Something new. 7 July 2006
By Fffffffghj - Published on
Format: Paperback
This book really isn't given enough appreciation to end where it really excels. Many readers, going into this, are frankly in the wrong for carrying too many expections along with them. Here you will not find the familiar lodgings of a Slave Laboresque horror/humor mashing. While Lenore and Johnny the Homicidal Maniac present us with worlds that are, in essense, fantastic reinterpretations of our own, Benjamin Roman and Keith Giffen present the reader with a world governed by unfamiliar rules. Not provided with a safety net narration, the reader is thrust into a world which on the surface is similiar to ours, but underneath has jarring and facsinating differences that work with the story elements toward more and more unlikely scenarios. The narration told just enough to leave me pondering like a child over the laws that govern this fictional universe. It's a blast just to observe the goings-ons, read the off-beat exchanges between characters, and watch the overarching and glib plot unfold.

The hints of supernatural twists in this volume are enough to drive me to the next one, which promises an elaboration of the only glimpsed at zombie theme.
HASH(0x8c2d6bb8) out of 5 stars Dark kids 10 Nov. 2012
By Tiffany Y. Rondón - Published on
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To read this manga you really have to be prepared to be surprised with this dark kids. It all starts when this group of kids get an apple each in the first house they trick or treat, which it seems brings back luck. But, there's a friend ( Devil mask) which only comes that day; they only get to see him only in Halloween, don't know from where he is and such; that didn't trick or treat with them at that house so there's a chance that maybe they will get clean and have good candies. To their surprise, bad luck comes when Devil gets chocolate and so in every place they go. It seems they need to reverse the "curse"(?) by killing the one who did it which was the old lady who gave them the apples. Also, Finch knows how to bring back the dead; knows about zombies. An example of this is their dog. I don't know if the house they are at the prologue and in the end is their house, nor if those two that are dead are their parents (which I dont think so). But if they aren't what happened to them? the only clue I have (that yet again we dont know if is their house) was when in the beginning they show Finch in a room with an article that said: MOTHER OF TWO DEAD and other one about Murder. We don't know (at least in this volume) if this kids ( Finch and his sister Moochie) are homeless and such that maybe they are living in the house of those two dead bodies. Moochie is ver psycho, I don't even know how she gets such ideas of killing people for the teeths.
HASH(0x8c2d6d74) out of 5 stars As a first time Manga Reader 4 Feb. 2014
By Westin - Published on
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I was really looking for something more in the Horror Department as this isn't necessarily Horror/Horror more Dark Comedy but still i was surprised. I read it the first time and it didn't really seem interesting but it wasn't until I picked it up and read it through again and paid more attention this time around that it caught my interest. Maybe because i paid more attention to the art work and didn't get as confused this time around from reading it over. Yea some parts are a little gross (most of it coming from Moochie) but as for the killing stuff i thought it was pretty funny.

Funny and Overall Interesting Characters i wanted to know more about (Cant think of 1 character i didnt like. Maybe Squeak but he even has his moments)
Loved the Art Work (Somewhat Calvin and Hobsy) *If anyone knows any other Mangas with this Art Style plz let me know
Didn't leave the story on a Cliff Hanger (not technically anyway)
Liked the Story (Halloween whats not to like)

Somewhat Confusing and felt lost at somepoints (dont know if it was because this was my first Manga but still the conversations did seem somewhat Inside Jokish to me)
Kind of Gross at some points (Not anything to outlandish though you have to be somewhat Sick to like this)

Overall If you really pay attention and take in every scene you'll find this a good to at least decent read be for warned you must be somewhat Mad to enjoy the Humor
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
By Sylvia - Published on
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I thought this book was so funny I almost wet my pants laughing. You defenately need to have an open-minded humor though, But if you laugh at sex jokes, strange ways of murder, and a little girl ripping peoples teeth out with pliars, then this book is for you
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