Book Review: Green Manor Part II: The Inconvenience of Being Dead

Green Manor Part II: The Inconvenience of Being Dead

Green Manor is a series of short stories about murders and misadventures in Queen Victoria's England. The tales are all related back to the Green Manor, which seems have a knack at attracting misfortunes.

The stories are written by Fabien Vehlmann and they are fantastic, wasting no time getting you into the mood, and oftentimes end with a satisfying twist. The art by Denis Bodart is also very beautiful and appropriate, especially the colours.

This is a wonderful crime genre comic with great storytelling. Highly recommended.

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Vehlmann is also the new

Vehlmann is also the new writer for the flagship Dupuis title Spirou. His new album with artist
Yoann is a great new entry in the series.

Bodart is always amazing. I would really recommend this book to anyone with a taste for Sherlock Holmes and the like.

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