It’s been a while since we’ve had a new “Courtney Crumrin” comic; up until now, Ted Naifeh’s creation has starred in several miniseries and one-shots, each spotlighting the sharp-witted title character who has one foot in the mundane world of evil school students, the other in the equally dangerous magic world. Now, thanks to Oni Press, “Courtney Crumrin” returns as a new, full-color, ongoing series. And if you’ve never read Naifeh’s comics before, this is a great way to give it a whirl.

Naifeh is wise enough to know that some readers of “Courtney Crumrin” #1 have never read the previous miniseries, so he opens the series by introducing Holly, a newcomer to town. Holly learns about Courtney even as we do; figuring out that Courtney’s not only an outcast among the other school students, but also dangerous. And as Holly and Courtney’s interactions and relationship grows, Naifeh slowly starts to show us that this is going to be anything but a normal friendship. Which is, of course, “Courtney Crumrin” in a nutshell.

If you’ve never read Naifeh’s previous “Courtney Crumrin” comics, please do yourself a favor and check this new series out. With full-color collections of the originals just around the bend, it’ll be easy to pick up the earlier stories if you like what you see. I say that not because you’ll need to do so, but rather because you’ll want to. “Courtney Crumrin” is a winner from start to finish.

Cover to Courtney Crumrin and the Night Things. Publication information; Publisher: Oni Press: Schedule: various: Format: Limited series

" Courtney Crumrin " brings back the title character in a new, color, ongoing series. And so far, it's off to a great start.'

Ted Naifeh's " Courtney Crumrin " #7 is a reminder how much fun this series normally is; with a magical chase and a hiding place in a swap, the sky's the limit on what ...

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It’s been a while since we’ve had a new “Courtney Crumrin” comic; up until now, Ted Naifeh’s creation has starred in several miniseries and one-shots, each spotlighting the sharp-witted title character who has one foot in the mundane world of evil school students, the other in the equally dangerous magic world. Now, thanks to Oni Press, “Courtney Crumrin” returns as a new, full-color, ongoing series. And if you’ve never read Naifeh’s comics before, this is a great way to give it a whirl.

Naifeh is wise enough to know that some readers of “Courtney Crumrin” #1 have never read the previous miniseries, so he opens the series by introducing Holly, a newcomer to town. Holly learns about Courtney even as we do; figuring out that Courtney’s not only an outcast among the other school students, but also dangerous. And as Holly and Courtney’s interactions and relationship grows, Naifeh slowly starts to show us that this is going to be anything but a normal friendship. Which is, of course, “Courtney Crumrin” in a nutshell.

If you’ve never read Naifeh’s previous “Courtney Crumrin” comics, please do yourself a favor and check this new series out. With full-color collections of the originals just around the bend, it’ll be easy to pick up the earlier stories if you like what you see. I say that not because you’ll need to do so, but rather because you’ll want to. “Courtney Crumrin” is a winner from start to finish.

Cover to Courtney Crumrin and the Night Things. Publication information; Publisher: Oni Press: Schedule: various: Format: Limited series

" Courtney Crumrin " brings back the title character in a new, color, ongoing series. And so far, it's off to a great start.'

Ted Naifeh's " Courtney Crumrin " #7 is a reminder how much fun this series normally is; with a magical chase and a hiding place in a swap, the sky's the limit on what ...

Using BitTorrent is legal, downloading copyrighted material isn’t. Be careful of what you download or face the consequences.

Please note that this page does not hosts or makes available any of the listed filenames. You cannot download any of those files from here.

“If something might happen to him, I need to know about it. He’s all I’ve got. ” Despite his age, Aloysius easily decapitates the fearsome Tommy Rawhead, proving Courtney’s fears unfounded. Unfortunately, due to her age and inexperience, Courtney finds her uncle’s protective worries about her a little harder to shake.

Remembering Skarrow, Courtney is upset when a woman is prevented from being with the man she loves by superstition, and Aloysius tells her that “love doesn’t always conquer.” He tries to comfort her, reminding her that “such tragedies happen every day.” He continues, “ If we wept for them all , we’d never stop ,” but Courtney feels like she’s “seeing her uncle for the first time” and wonders “how cold and shriveled his heart must be.” The fight leads Courtney into the arms of a vampire goth, Wolfgang, who would obviously been quite a heartthrob for a 13-year-old girl.

Wolfgang relates to Courtney’s loneliness, since his own isolation makes him “want to scream, it hurts so much.” He wants someone to care for him, and offers Courtney eternal life away from the phonies at home, once she exclaims to him that she’s never loved anyone.

It’s been a while since we’ve had a new “Courtney Crumrin” comic; up until now, Ted Naifeh’s creation has starred in several miniseries and one-shots, each spotlighting the sharp-witted title character who has one foot in the mundane world of evil school students, the other in the equally dangerous magic world. Now, thanks to Oni Press, “Courtney Crumrin” returns as a new, full-color, ongoing series. And if you’ve never read Naifeh’s comics before, this is a great way to give it a whirl.

Naifeh is wise enough to know that some readers of “Courtney Crumrin” #1 have never read the previous miniseries, so he opens the series by introducing Holly, a newcomer to town. Holly learns about Courtney even as we do; figuring out that Courtney’s not only an outcast among the other school students, but also dangerous. And as Holly and Courtney’s interactions and relationship grows, Naifeh slowly starts to show us that this is going to be anything but a normal friendship. Which is, of course, “Courtney Crumrin” in a nutshell.

If you’ve never read Naifeh’s previous “Courtney Crumrin” comics, please do yourself a favor and check this new series out. With full-color collections of the originals just around the bend, it’ll be easy to pick up the earlier stories if you like what you see. I say that not because you’ll need to do so, but rather because you’ll want to. “Courtney Crumrin” is a winner from start to finish.

It’s been a while since we’ve had a new “Courtney Crumrin” comic; up until now, Ted Naifeh’s creation has starred in several miniseries and one-shots, each spotlighting the sharp-witted title character who has one foot in the mundane world of evil school students, the other in the equally dangerous magic world. Now, thanks to Oni Press, “Courtney Crumrin” returns as a new, full-color, ongoing series. And if you’ve never read Naifeh’s comics before, this is a great way to give it a whirl.

Naifeh is wise enough to know that some readers of “Courtney Crumrin” #1 have never read the previous miniseries, so he opens the series by introducing Holly, a newcomer to town. Holly learns about Courtney even as we do; figuring out that Courtney’s not only an outcast among the other school students, but also dangerous. And as Holly and Courtney’s interactions and relationship grows, Naifeh slowly starts to show us that this is going to be anything but a normal friendship. Which is, of course, “Courtney Crumrin” in a nutshell.

If you’ve never read Naifeh’s previous “Courtney Crumrin” comics, please do yourself a favor and check this new series out. With full-color collections of the originals just around the bend, it’ll be easy to pick up the earlier stories if you like what you see. I say that not because you’ll need to do so, but rather because you’ll want to. “Courtney Crumrin” is a winner from start to finish.

Cover to Courtney Crumrin and the Night Things. Publication information; Publisher: Oni Press: Schedule: various: Format: Limited series

" Courtney Crumrin " brings back the title character in a new, color, ongoing series. And so far, it's off to a great start.'

Ted Naifeh's " Courtney Crumrin " #7 is a reminder how much fun this series normally is; with a magical chase and a hiding place in a swap, the sky's the limit on what ...


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