The Strain, Volume 1



The Strain, Volume 1 When A Boeing 777 Lands At JFK International Airport And Goes Dark On The Runway, The Center For Disease Control, Fearing A Terrorist Attack, Calls In Dr Ephraim Goodweather And His Team Of Expert Biological Threat First Responders Only An Elderly Pawnbroker From Spanish Harlem Suspects A Darker Purpose Behind The Event An Ancient Threat Intent On Covering Mankind In Darkness In One Week, Manhattan Will Be Gone In One Month, The Country In Two Months The World.This Horrifying First Chapter Introduces An Outbreak Of Diabolical Proportions That Puts A Terrifying Twist On The Vampire Genre Collects Issues 1 Through 6.

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  • Paperback
  • 152 pages
  • The Strain, Volume 1
  • David Lapham
  • English
  • 01 May 2017
  • 1616550325

10 thoughts on “The Strain, Volume 1

  1. Crystal Starr Light says:

    Bullet Review Can t help but be reminded of Vampire Chronicles andrecently, Justin Cronin s The passage trilogy It s decent just wish that Nora wasthan the coworker that Ephraim occasionally has sex with And must EVERY post apocalyptic story have t...

  2. Jeannette Nikolova says:

    Also available on the WondrousBooks blog.3.5 stars This comic book was definitely a pleasant and unexpected surprise I ve been hearing about the show for years, ever since it started But it came out at a point when I didn t want to watch anything new, so I was cautious.I m so glad that I have the book a chance It was really nice, interesting, well illustrated, and with so much potential.The story itself is nothing too astonishing, in terms of mythology As in, it doesn t come up wi Also available on the WondrousBooks blog.3.5 stars This comic book was definitely a pleasant and unexpected surprise I ve been hearing about the show for years, ever since it started But it came out at a point when I didn t want to watch anything new, so I was cautious.I m so glad that I have the book a chance It was really nice, interesting, well illustrated, and with so much potential.The story itself is nothing too astonishing, in terms of mythology As in, it doesn t come up with a completely unknown type of villain monster creature It s the one and only the vampire.What is very well done in The Strain is the twist to the already famous tale of vampires and bloodrinkers It creates its own folklore, tied to the existing one In this case, this being the first volume, we could not see the full span of the myth What was there was interesting and good for me Although, and I am saying t...

  3. Timothy Ward says:

    I watched the TV version first, which I thought was pretty good For someone looking for a fix between The Walking Dead seasons, this is better than most options, though I couldn t help wanting to yell at the screen for how people waited around for the vampires to eat them The comic is almost identical to what we saw on TV, if a bit shorter The story s strongest element is the father scientist who struggles with his duty to career with his duty as father I really empathized with that, though I watched the TV version first, which I thought was pretty good For someone looking for a fix between The Walking Dead seasons, this is better than most options, though I couldn t help wanting to yell at the screen for how people waited around for the vampires to eat them The comic is almost identical to what we saw on TV, if a bit shorter The story s strongest element is the father scientist who struggles with his duty to career with his duty as father I really empathiz...

  4. Kate says:

    A CDC doctor is called to help investigate a landed airplane at JFK, there has been no contact with the plane since landing and it is up to Ephraim Goodweather and his team to respond to what is thought to be a biological terrorist attack What they find on board may be the end of mankind.I really enjoyed the story with this one, especially the folklore, the origins of the virus and how Abraham came to do battle with the vamps The volume does a great job in setting up relevant back story and ch A CDC doctor is called to help investigate a landed airplane at JFK, there has been no contact with the plane since landing and it is up to Ephraim Goodweather and his team to respond to what is thought to be a biological terrorist attack What they find on board may be the end of mankind...

  5. Lakis Fourouklas says:

    The Strain Volume 1 is a graphic novel that combines the genres of traditional vampire literature and ancient folklore in order to deliver a modern day tale of horror and nonstop action.This is an adaptation of the first novel in the Strain Trilogy by Guillermo Del Toro and Chuck Hogan, or maybe not exactly so, as the authors point out in their introduction This is not an illustrated version of our novels This is a graphic retelling a visual translation and a definitive one As such, we asked The Strain Volume 1 i...

  6. أحمد says:

    Vampire stories just don t get old Not with Guillermo Del Toro anyway The Strain is a graphic novel adaptaion of a Not So Bram Stoker s Dracula vampire story Things started to look really interesting since the very ...

  7. 11811 (Eleven) says:

    I haven t read the novels or seen the TV series but now I want to.

  8. Latasha says:

    I liked it If your watching the show it s the same Nothing new but still good.

  9. Dark Faerie Tales says:

    Review courtesy of Dark Faerie TalesQuick Dirty This horror filled encounter isthan just the biological attack, it s fardark and dangerous they believe.Opening Sentence Once upon a time there was a giant.The Review I applaud this recent trend of re imagining a popular novel and expressing it through the graphic novel format It not only offers a visual representation of beloved characters for established fans, but also provides an easy and convenient look into a book that so Review courtesy of Dark Faerie TalesQuick Dirty This horror filled encounter isthan just the biological attack, it s fardark and dangerous they believe.Opening Sentence Once upon a time there was a giant.The Review I applaud this recent trend of re imagining a popular novel and expressing it through the graphic novel format It not only offers a visual representation of beloved characters for established fans, but also provides an easy and convenient look into a book that someone might not have read before Personally, I have yet to read The Strain Trilogy though I have been eyeballing it for a while now This first issue is said to follow the first book in the series, The Strain, closely It definitely pulls night...

  10. Sooraya Evans says:

    Great pencil work as well as color scheme.As a huge fan of the TV series, I personally vote the mystery surrounding the plane as one of the best openings to a story ever The Strain has an interesting take on the vampire genre million times better than Twilight.The vampire design however,...

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