Coffin Hill

Coffin Hill

Volume 1, Forest of the Night

Book - 2014
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"Following a night of sex, drugs and witchcraft in the woods, Eve Coffin wakes up naked, covered in blood and unable to remember how she got there. One friend is missing, one is in a mental ward--and one knows that Eve is responsible. Years later, Eve returns to Coffin Hill, only to discover the darkness that she unleashed ten years ago in the woods was never contained. It continues to seep through the town, cursing the soul of this sleepy Massachusetts hollow, spilling secrets and enacting its revenge. Set against the haunted backdrop of New England, COFFIN HILL explores what people will do for power and retribution. Noted novelist Caitlin Kittredge, author of the Black London series, brings a smart, mesmerizing style to comics. Artist Inaki Miranda (FABLES) brings his dynamic storytelling to COFFIN HILL, following an acclaimed run on FAIREST."-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: New York : DC Comics, c2014
ISBN: 9781401248871
Branch Call Number: FIC KITTR C
Additional Contributors: Miranda, Inaki
Alternative Title: Forest of the Night


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May 17, 2016

I am new to the graphic novel world and this hooked me. It was dark , but had a hidden light beneath. It drew me in and did not let me go till the end.

Jan 29, 2015

Coffin Hill is very, very dark. It involves a family of witches, where the teenage daughter went into the woods with her friends ten years ago. Not everyone came back. Eve Coffin, the daughter, grew up to be a cop, though that's gotten rocky. Now she's back in her hometown because kids are disappearing again.

This is Kittredge's first comic writing gig, and there are a couple of weak points in the story, but the rest of it and the strong art make up for that in spades. I can't wait to see what happens next for Eve.

Full credits: Written by Caitlin Kittredge, illustrated and co-created by Inaki Miranda. Additional art by Stephen Sadowski and Mark Farmer, colors by Eva de la Cruz, and letters by Travis Lanham.

mmilanow Jan 16, 2015

This is a horror comic done right - Miranda's illustration in this issue are marvelous, adding to the enticingly dark story line; Eve Coffin is smart, sarcastic, and an intriguing character to follow through the story; the horror aspect of the graphic novel, centering around Salem and witchcraft, is both classic and refreshing in a time where vampires and werewolves are the most popular supernatural characters in pop culture. Overall, this graphic novel is a satisfying read!

dlpulver Aug 29, 2014

Very well written comic that feels like a good urban fantasy novel come to graphic life.


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VV5 Mar 02, 2015

Sexual Content: While illustrated, there's some sexuality and nudity.

VV5 Mar 02, 2015

Violence: People get murdered, so yes, there's violence.

VV5 Mar 02, 2015

Coarse Language: Contains cussing.

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mmilanow Jan 16, 2015

mmilanow thinks this title is suitable for 15 years and over


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