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  • Title: 1140 Rue Royale
  • Author: Serena Valentino Crab Scrambly
  • ISBN: 9781593620653
  • Page: 148
  • Format: Paperback

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  1. Serena Valentino is best known for weaving tales that combine mythos and guile with her work on the comic book series GloomCookie and Nightmares Fairy Tales published with SLG Publishing Nightmares Fairy Tales has earned her critical acclaim in both the comic and horror domain, where she is known for her unique style of storytelling, bringing her readers into exquisitely frightening worlds filled with terror, beauty and extraordinary female protagonists.Among her other projects, Serena is currently writing a horror screenplay with writer director Phil Flores of the Butcher Brothers and has written two young adult novels published by Candlewick How to be a Zombie and How to be a Werewolf, and a novel for Disney Press entitled Fairest of All The Story of the Wicked Queen.Some of Serena s passions Silent films, researching obscure historical events and odd characters, abandoned buildings, Johnny Cash, architecture, Nikola Tesla, player pianos, Tom Waits, old cannons, the 1920 s, good bourbon, werewolves, San Francisco history, Noel Coward, Oscar Wilde, Carnivals, Nick Cave, H.P Lovecraft, New Orleans, lighthouses, the Sutro Baths ruins and of course writing.Serena, along with her mad alchemist boyfriend live in San Francisco where they are often seen traversing the city in search of oddities, marveling at the beautiful architecture or having a drink in a local saloon.Contact Serena serenavalentino

  2. I bought this book because it was published by Slave Labor Graphics, a purveyor of independent graphic novel titles that carry mature themes I am a great fan of superhero comics, but I m always eager to expand my tastes beyond the ordinary.This is the third volume of a series of books by Serena Valentino of macabre tales of the supernatural I am not familiar with the preceding volumes and I probably won t be unless I find those books in a bargain shelf in the the near future.The story has a Tim [...]

  3. Yet another take on Madame Lalaurie and all her horrific crimes To be creeped out and sad, the impact of this one is definitely felt But the twist was predictable and the motivations of the various ghostly people were oddly uneven I don t even know what the nuns were about Could have been good, but left me cold in the end.

  4. Stylistically I enjoyed this graphic novel very much to the point I m going to seek out of Crab Scrambly s work The story line itself was an interesting premise grounded in history but I think the execution was a bit disjointed It is a quick read so if you like the macabre then it is worth it.

  5. Serena Valentinon 1140 Rue Royale SLG Publishing, 2007 on l yh sti tositapahtumiin perustuva kummitusjuttu, joka ei jaksa hetkauttaa sen enemp sekavan tarinansa kuin Tim Burton vaikutteisen taiteensa puolesta Lalaurie Mansionin tragedia olisi tarjonnut ainekset kiinnostavampaan tarinaan.

  6. Serena Valentino s wonderfully macabre series Nightmares Fairytales takes a different turn in this volume Where previous volumes had several different stories per chapter, all tied in by the tortured tale teller Annabelle, this story takes up the entire volume is told in first person by the main character Annabelle makes a cameo, but isn t really in this volume The story surrounds Rebecca and her aunt Victoria as they move into a beautiful spooky old mansion in the heart of New Orleans Soon afte [...]

  7. From BooklistVictorian era New Orleans is the setting for this chilling ghost story It starts, as so many such stories do, with a house Rebecca moves into it with her aunt Victoria, and it doesn t take long at all for the pair to suspect that the rumors of haunting ghosts might be true Frightened and tormented by the spirits of slaves murdered by their owners, Rebecca is drawn into a mystery that reveals the history of not only the house but also her aunt The third Nightmares Fairy Tales arc spa [...]

  8. UPDATE Finally found a show that details the historical events from this story I.D Channel s Deadly Women series Season 1 Episode 1 Obsession It s streaming on Netflix and occasionally rerun on t.v The woman s name is Delphine LaLaurie I enjoy Valentino s Nightmares Fairy Tales comics, they put the fear back in fairytales a la the original Grimm Anderson stories This was no exception.Based partially on historical events which I m going to have to research now , the story takes place in antebellu [...]

  9. I don t know if I explicitly am giving spoilers, but some may figure out what will happen if they read my review before they read this book.This was a very dark story line It basically jumps straight into the action, though the fainting scenes got a little repetitive, though they did give valuable visions of the past I suppose that may have been another expository technique besides the coachman telling them horror tales of the house at 1140 Rue Royale Some questions were left unanswered about ch [...]

  10. selingan diantara meede n my name is red yg ga kelar2 ini komik apa novel grafis ya gw ga tau bedanya yg pasti ini adalah buku cerita bergambarhe3x D dari judulnya udah nightmare gw baca malem2, malem jum at pulakin gw ga bisa tidur lumayan serem, atau lebih tepat kalo dibilang penuh adegan kekerasan, penyiksaan klo dibikin versi fim banyak sensornya walaupun gambarnya ga terlalu bagus bin aneh maklum, gw kan penggemar manga2 jepang yg gambarnya bagus tapi ga realis Psecara keseluruhan.yanlah no [...]

  11. So far this has been my favorite of the series I found the take on the story of Madame LaLaurie and the Old Ursuline Convent quite interesting if a bit incomplete feeling A few direct answers would have been appreciated, but it doesn t really take away from the overall effect of the story to leave so much implied and suggested instead of spelled out completely The art was the most consistent so far and was vaguely reminiscent of Edward Goery, it felt like an homage to his work.

  12. Delphine Lalaurie was a slave owner who tortured and murdered her slaves in her house at 1140 Rue Royale Many years later, when new owners, elderly Victoria and her niece Rebecca, move into the house, the trapped spirits awaken and seek revenge.Rebecca gradually learns about the house s gruesome history and sets out to help the spirits rest in peace at last.I loved the illustrations, but found the storyline a bit hard to follow.

  13. This is yet another book that I picked up on a whim at work The story is based on a true New Orleans event, but I didn t even realize that until I actually started reading the book The art is just incredible WOW The whole package is very macabre, but also very lovely in a way I can t even explain it, but fans of art and death should check it out for sure.

  14. This was pretty cool Really the art saved it though The story was interesting if a little sparse The surprise ending was surprising enough, although I can t say that it didn t strike me as one of the possibilities I wouldn t go out looking to buy these but definitely worth a read for free from the library.

  15. Thought this book looked gothy so I picked it up and was not disappointed Haunted houses, evil nuns killing babies, blood dripping out of everything, AMAZING artwork, what could you want I will definitely seek out the earlier volumes of this series.

  16. I liked the artwork, which is creepy, macabre and Victorian As is usual with me and graphic novels, I did not understand what was going on much of the time, but I got the gist of the story I enjoyed the presence of a doll.

  17. The art and to an extent was Tim Burton style creepy It s so because it has a real historical premise It s well written and quite horrifying, but when something like this happens to people, I feel like I don t have the luxury of ignoring or forgetting it to make myself feel better.

  18. Creepy, grizzly, gory, lovely The main character moves into a house in New Orleans with her aunt that s haunted by the slaves who were murdered by their master Ze moral of ze story thy sins shall return upon thee In a very horrible manner

  19. Certainly creepy I have to say I do admire the unique artwork to this book although I feel that the story itself could have had going on with it Still, a good quick read

  20. The illustrations in this book did a pretty good job of creeping me out and it had a nice twist to the story that I didn t see coming If you enjoy a good ghost story, give this one a try.

  21. Different from the first two books, this is one longer story rather than a series of short stories It was a fascinating tale, and I like that it fleshed out the background of a story from book 1.

  22. Amazing artwork Very Burtonesque The story wasn t riveting It was compelling in the Slave Labor Graphics gothy haunted New Orleans way.

  23. Only read part of this, due to the fact I was reading the individual comics and not the collected volumes.

  24. It started out ok with Burtonesque style, but it soon dragged on offering nothing new or unexpected in the way of storyline.

  25. Pretty cool stuff Gorey esque with an interesting enough story and some supernatural haunting in New Orleans.

  26. A twisted little tale of hauntings and revenge from beyond the grave The illustrations say so much than the words, and the story is so strange that it could only be based on the truth.