- Tapa dura: 112 páginas
- Editor: Marvel Comics; Edición: 01 (13 de mayo de 2014)
- Colección: Castle
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 0785190295
- ISBN-13: 978-0785190295
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- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº162.384 en Libros en idiomas extranjeros (Ver el Top 100 en Libros en idiomas extranjeros)
Castle: Unholy Storm (Inglés) Tapa dura – 13 may 2014
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The best-selling graphic novel saga, based on the world of ABC's hit primetime series, conti nues! Derrick Storm is back. And he has a new, deadly case to solve. When the daughters of four high-powered international businessmen are discovered dead in NY, the NYPD scrambles to bring the murderer to justice. But when a fifth girl is found mutilated in a pool of her own blood, her presti gious French family hires Derrick Storm to run his own investigati on and fi nd the real killer. Storm has only one lead - a strange symbol drawn in blood. Storm enlists the help of the beautiful and daring Clara Strike, his CIA handler. Together they uncover a deep web of deception under the guise of mysticism and devotion. And in a race against time, this most unlikely pair unlock a mystery capable of creating global catastrophe!
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There is no real mystery involved, where each contact sends him one place and then the next, where he goes without question. The personality and character that was well developed in the first couple of books and carried along a bit in the third is thrown out, so we get a cypher of no character. The collection of interesting supporting characters in the other books is reduced to a single secondary character as Clara Strike becomes the world's dumbest CIA agent. And as Strike joins the story, there is a reference to the other books that is incomprehensible to anyone who hasn't read them. The big reveal on the primary villian's identity is irrelevant to the final solution of the case as they stumble from gun fight to fist fight to running around more than Doctor Who, with explosions and gunfire that reminds me of the A-Team television program in that no one seems to get hurt.
Since they are on the book's cover, it isn't a spoiler to reference the zombie and voodoo elements that are more at home in Agents of Shield or Wonderland or Charmed than what anyone would think of as Derrick Storm. While the text provides a weak irrelevant-to-the-story "science" explanation of the zombies, they are illustrated with significant elements that are closer to the book cover's mystical undead than anything that would fit the explanation. And the graphic story-telling is badly handled: Storm and Strike outside an "escape vehicle" yelling to the drive to go while they are both standing outside the open door; several men with automatic weapons ambush them, then by the next page a man from the back of the group is alone with his gun aimed at Strike, while Storm comes from nowhere behind to hit him over the head; they are shot at by squads of men with automatic weapons they don't know how to aim, including one person with dog tags outside his shirt permanently set at 4-o'clock position. (Why would a hit man wear dog tags, anyway?) The art work itself has Storm and Strike looking enough like other books, but the visual story-telling is so clumsy, or badly handled, that it is often a distraction.
This is the fourth graphic novel whose fictional DNA is that of an adaptation of a book by the fictional author Richard Castle. While the non-graphic Derrick Storm or Nikki Heat books are ghost written under the Castle name, these Marvel Comics books have the real creative talent named on the cover. The first two were by Brian Michael Bendis and Kelly Sue DeConnick, and Peter David wrote the third. We get a totally new team for the fourth book, and what they provide is not a mystery with the established and growing character from the first three books.