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Apr 30th, 2010, 8:17 pm
Stephen King's N by Marc Guggenheim and Alex Maleev - C -
Requirements: CBR reader, 56 MB
Overview: Stephen King has had several successful comic book projects as of late; however, few fall into his most beloved genre of horror/suspense. That type of story is difficult to achieve in comics, where the reader is in charge of the visual pacing and a glance across a panel can ruin a surprise. Luckily, Marvel enlisted top talent for N -- namely, Marc Guggenheim and Alex Maleev – who offer up an intriguing story filled with both ancient and modern day paranoia.


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Apr 30th, 2010, 8:17 pm

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May 1st, 2010, 9:51 am
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May 1st, 2010, 9:51 am

Nov 23rd, 2012, 8:46 am
Added update: Stephen King's N by Marc Guggenheim and Alex Maleev.
Requirements: CBR reader, 84 MB.
Overview: There is something unearthly and mysterious deep in Ackerman’s Field in rural Maine. There is a Stonehenge-like arrangement of seven stones with a horrifying EYE in the center. And whatever dwells there in that strange, windswept setting may have brought about the suicide of one man...and harbor death for the OCD afflicted "N.", whose visits to the field have passed beyond compulsion into the realm of obsession. Based on the chilling short story from the recent Stephen King collection, JUST AFTER SUNSET, this adaptation will provide nightmares aplenty. Just keep counting the stones...keep counting...counting...

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Stephen King's N
    Stephen King author, writer
    Marc Guggenheim writer
    Alex Maleev artist, penciler, inker, colorist, cover
    Chris Eliopoulos letterer
    Ralph Macchio editor
    Irene Y. Lee production
    Published by Marvel, 2010.

      Another Journey Through The Mind Of Stephen King. Reviewed by G-Man on March 10, 2010.
        The story is based on the works of Stephen King. You know what to expect.

          The Good:
            Marc Guggenheim does a good job adapting the story. Alex Maleev's art really shines. It seems I usually either really like his work or I'm not too crazy about it. The detail and the color are amazing here. We have a bizarre tale it's refreshing to step away from the superhero comics every once in a while.
          The Bad:
            There's not too much bad unless you simply don't care for Stephen King stories. If anything, the issue almost felt too short. I guess it left me wanting more, which isn't a bad thing. Maybe reading it as a trade would've been better.
          The Verdict:
            I'm a big Stephen King fan. I'm glad more of his works are getting adapted into comic book format. I know this story has been out for a little while as it was originally adapted as webisodes. It's a fun and interesting story. Maleev's art is superb and Guggenheim does a nice job setting things up. It just felt too short.

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Nov 23rd, 2012, 8:46 am

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