Twilight Zone Epub Þ Paperback

Twilight Zone Epub Þ Paperback


10 thoughts on “Twilight Zone

  1. Marjolein Marjolein says:

    Read all my reviews on I haven't seen Twilight Zone so that might be one of the reasons why I believed this comic to be so confusing and frankly not very good I didn't like the story and most of it was so weird that about halfway through I just lost interest It was really not for me but perhaps there are others who will get what I assume are references or inside jokes and will appreciate it a lot than I did It just wasn't for me Thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for providing me with a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review


  2. Keith Chawgo Keith Chawgo says:

    Twilight Zone Shadow and Substance is an absolute fantastic graphic novel that is meant to be cherished and re read Taking a nod towards the classic 60's television series and keeping faithful to Rod Serling's vision of this essential piece of television history has been lovingly crafted by Mark Rahner Tom Peyer and John LaymanEach panel is extremely well executed with fantastic attention to detail The stories give a real punch in the true spirit of the Twilight Zone name This is a must buy for any fan of the graphic novel or the Twilight Zone Unfortunately the world has stopped producing the Twilight Zone but hopefully through the graphic novel it will live on and on I can not wait to read the next installment


  3. Chris Chris says:

    I received a free advance review copy of this book from the publisher through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review I enjoyed these comicgraphic stories True to the style of the original Twilight Zone stories yet updated with modern subjects and treatments of older themes I feel that the intent was achieved for the most part The art was spot on for the nostalgic intent as well As with any story collection I enjoyed some stories than others but that is always a subjective thing and the stories that fell a bit flat for me might be the ones that another reader enjoys the most In fact for the last year of so I have been rereading classic Creepy and Eerie comics and those are the same way not every story is a winner for meAs a horror fan foremost I was wishing for sinister twists to these tales but to be fair that is the style of horror comics than Twilight Zone stories which have irony than bloody vengenceSomewhere between 3 and a half and 4 stars for me That is from a reader who was a fan of Rod Sterling's Night Gallery than of Twilight Zone so you may have a different view


  4. Wayne McCoy Wayne McCoy says:

    'Twilight Zone Shadow Substance' by Mark Rahner Tom Peyer and John Layman is a collection of 7 different comics including the Shadow Substance miniseries and some one shot issues I liked it but felt that something was lackingA famous author returns to his home town for a book signing and steps back in time and meets his younger self A man living among group of people live in a strange type of prison where the rooms have no houses have no roofs and food comes in from the sky in feeder tubes decides to fight back A filibustering senator opposed to aid for the poor finds himself among them These and are the stories that take the reader to The Twilight ZoneI'm a fan of The Twilight Zone I remember the television show and read some of the novelizations by Rod Serling These stories felt like the mediocre stories from that series not the better ones 'To Serve Man' anyone? The art uality varies thoughout and while the covers are pretty nice the interior art is just mediocre I was excited to read this and while I liked it I just didn't love itI received a review copy of this graphic novel from Dynamite Entertainment Diamond Book Distributors and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review Thank you for allowing me to review this graphic novel


  5. Dann Dann says:

    Presented for your consideration The Twilight Zone Shadow Substance a collection of macabre and fantastical tales to chill the bone and boggle the mind Featuring a dozen short stories this graphic novel contains the complete 4 issue Shadow Substance miniseries along with two one shot specials and the series annual A couple of the stories are based on or are variations of classic Twilight Zone episodes and included in the artwork are a number of Easter eggs that reference or call back to the television show However the comic lacks the cleverness and wit of the television series and is extremely heavy handed in its political messages Also the tone is rather dark and tends toward horror than sci fifantasy Still overall The Twilight Zone Shadow Substance is an entertaining and imaginative anthology comic


  6. Michael Padilla Michael Padilla says:

    Being such a huge fan of the original series of “The Twilight Zone” I’m an instant sucker for anything based off of it Unfortunately most of the time things inspired by the series fail to capture Rod Serling’s magic and this set of stories in this graphic novel is a prime exampleThe stories are barely interesting and all seem to make a generic attempt to mimic the TZ aesthetic I honestly can’t remember one that was worthwhile Most ended flatly and some made no sense at all The art is serviceable but at times rather bland It took me over a month to finish it because I had no desire to Finally did though and it was an absolute chore to do so


  7. Kurt Lorenz Kurt Lorenz says:

    Annual Takers ☆☆Annual Not Faire ☆☆Annual The Secret Over Sharer ☆☆☆1959 Laughing Matter ☆☆☆1959 Initiation ☆☆☆1959 The Comics Code ☆☆Lost Tales Hangnail on a Monkey's Paw ☆☆Lost Tales Cold Calculation ☆☆☆Lost Tales It's All In How You Frame It ☆☆☆Shadow and Substance 1 2 Stumbling Distance ☆☆☆Shadow and Substance 3 4 Jailbreak ☆☆☆☆


  8. Linnea Gelland Linnea Gelland says:

    A mixed bag of horror and science fiction all tipping over into that undefinable space we call The Twilight ZoneSome tales better than other but the artwork is great through and through This is a comic that suits the late hours of night possibly hidden underneath a blanket


  9. Jye Jye says:

    The Twilight Zone is my favourite tv series and this comic has an extremely hard time living up to itThere’s one or two good stories in here but the majority of them are just really underwhelming and a few of them don’t even make sense Still I’ll take whatever TZ I can get


  10. Travis Sutton Travis Sutton says:

    It was ok some decent stories and some predictable stories Maybe The Twilight Zone should just remain a TV show?


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Twilight Zone [Download] ➼ Twilight Zone Author Mark Rahner – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk There is a fifth dimension beyond that which is known to man It is a dimension as vast as space and as timeless as infinity It is the middle ground between light and shadow between science and superst There is a fifth dimension beyond that which is known to man It is a dimension as vast as space and as timeless as infinity It is the middle ground between light and shadow between science and superstition and it lies between the pit of man's fears and the summit of his knowledge This is the dimension of imagination It is an area which we call the Twilight ZoneDynamite Entertainment proudly takes you on a journey to wondrous lands in eleven new tales by all star writers Mark Rahner Tom Peyer and John Layman featuring artwork by Edu Menna Randy Valiente Rod Rodolfo Colton Worley and Jose Malaga Collecting the complete four issue Shadow Substance miniseries the Lost Tales and one shot specials and The Twilight Zone Annual this graphic novel anthology proves that the spirit of television's most groundbreaking science fiction program endures for generations anew.

  • Paperback
  • 208 pages
  • Twilight Zone
  • Mark Rahner
  • 07 March 2016
  • 9781524100520

10 thoughts on “Twilight Zone

  1. Marjolein Marjolein says:

    Read all my reviews on I haven't seen Twilight Zone so that might be one of the reasons why I believed this comic to be so confusing and frankly not very good I didn't like the story and most of it was so weird that about halfway through I just lost interest It was really not for me but perhaps there are others who will get what I assume are references or inside jokes and will appreciate it a lot than I did It just wasn't for me Thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for providing me with a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review

  2. Keith Chawgo Keith Chawgo says:

    Twilight Zone Shadow and Substance is an absolute fantastic graphic novel that is meant to be cherished and re read Taking a nod towards the classic 60's television series and keeping faithful to Rod Serling's vision of this essential piece of television history has been lovingly crafted by Mark Rahner Tom Peyer and John LaymanEach panel is extremely well executed with fantastic attention to detail The stories give a real punch in the true spirit of the Twilight Zone name This is a must buy for any fan of the graphic novel or the Twilight Zone Unfortunately the world has stopped producing the Twilight Zone but hopefully through the graphic novel it will live on and on I can not wait to read the next installment

  3. Chris Chris says:

    I received a free advance review copy of this book from the publisher through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review I enjoyed these comicgraphic stories True to the style of the original Twilight Zone stories yet updated with modern subjects and treatments of older themes I feel that the intent was achieved for the most part The art was spot on for the nostalgic intent as well As with any story collection I enjoyed some stories than others but that is always a subjective thing and the stories that fell a bit flat for me might be the ones that another reader enjoys the most In fact for the last year of so I have been rereading classic Creepy and Eerie comics and those are the same way not every story is a winner for meAs a horror fan foremost I was wishing for sinister twists to these tales but to be fair that is the style of horror comics than Twilight Zone stories which have irony than bloody vengenceSomewhere between 3 and a half and 4 stars for me That is from a reader who was a fan of Rod Sterling's Night Gallery than of Twilight Zone so you may have a different view

  4. Wayne McCoy Wayne McCoy says:

    'Twilight Zone Shadow Substance' by Mark Rahner Tom Peyer and John Layman is a collection of 7 different comics including the Shadow Substance miniseries and some one shot issues I liked it but felt that something was lackingA famous author returns to his home town for a book signing and steps back in time and meets his younger self A man living among group of people live in a strange type of prison where the rooms have no houses have no roofs and food comes in from the sky in feeder tubes decides to fight back A filibustering senator opposed to aid for the poor finds himself among them These and are the stories that take the reader to The Twilight ZoneI'm a fan of The Twilight Zone I remember the television show and read some of the novelizations by Rod Serling These stories felt like the mediocre stories from that series not the better ones 'To Serve Man' anyone? The art uality varies thoughout and while the covers are pretty nice the interior art is just mediocre I was excited to read this and while I liked it I just didn't love itI received a review copy of this graphic novel from Dynamite Entertainment Diamond Book Distributors and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review Thank you for allowing me to review this graphic novel

  5. Dann Dann says:

    Presented for your consideration The Twilight Zone Shadow Substance a collection of macabre and fantastical tales to chill the bone and boggle the mind Featuring a dozen short stories this graphic novel contains the complete 4 issue Shadow Substance miniseries along with two one shot specials and the series annual A couple of the stories are based on or are variations of classic Twilight Zone episodes and included in the artwork are a number of Easter eggs that reference or call back to the television show However the comic lacks the cleverness and wit of the television series and is extremely heavy handed in its political messages Also the tone is rather dark and tends toward horror than sci fifantasy Still overall The Twilight Zone Shadow Substance is an entertaining and imaginative anthology comic

  6. Michael Padilla Michael Padilla says:

    Being such a huge fan of the original series of “The Twilight Zone” I’m an instant sucker for anything based off of it Unfortunately most of the time things inspired by the series fail to capture Rod Serling’s magic and this set of stories in this graphic novel is a prime exampleThe stories are barely interesting and all seem to make a generic attempt to mimic the TZ aesthetic I honestly can’t remember one that was worthwhile Most ended flatly and some made no sense at all The art is serviceable but at times rather bland It took me over a month to finish it because I had no desire to Finally did though and it was an absolute chore to do so

  7. Kurt Lorenz Kurt Lorenz says:

    Annual Takers ☆☆Annual Not Faire ☆☆Annual The Secret Over Sharer ☆☆☆1959 Laughing Matter ☆☆☆1959 Initiation ☆☆☆1959 The Comics Code ☆☆Lost Tales Hangnail on a Monkey's Paw ☆☆Lost Tales Cold Calculation ☆☆☆Lost Tales It's All In How You Frame It ☆☆☆Shadow and Substance 1 2 Stumbling Distance ☆☆☆Shadow and Substance 3 4 Jailbreak ☆☆☆☆

  8. Linnea Gelland Linnea Gelland says:

    A mixed bag of horror and science fiction all tipping over into that undefinable space we call The Twilight ZoneSome tales better than other but the artwork is great through and through This is a comic that suits the late hours of night possibly hidden underneath a blanket

  9. Jye Jye says:

    The Twilight Zone is my favourite tv series and this comic has an extremely hard time living up to itThere’s one or two good stories in here but the majority of them are just really underwhelming and a few of them don’t even make sense Still I’ll take whatever TZ I can get

  10. Travis Sutton Travis Sutton says:

    It was ok some decent stories and some predictable stories Maybe The Twilight Zone should just remain a TV show?

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