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Speak of the DevilPeeping tom At first she is alone in this but when a male friend discovers her doings he joins her into a dark journey of spying and making discoveries about their neighbors that may have been better left alone Especially secrets that threaten. Amazing dementia from Beto about the neighborhood peeping tom who jumps rooftops in a monster mask only it's not the town nerd but the beautiful teenage champion gymnast from the local high school She forms a thrill killer trinity with her emo boyfriend and her stepmother and it just gets sicker and sicker This one will blow your mind

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Speak of the Devil Free read î PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ó ✯ [BOOKS] ⚣ Speak of the Devil By Gilbert Hernández ✼ – Gym-apparel.co.uk There's a peeping tom prowling the neighborhood Eyewitness reports vary but one thing is agreed upon he wears a devil maskThis is the story of Val Castillo a promising gymnAll involved Like Val spying on her own father and stepmother in their bedroom This snowballs into a journey darker than even the most cynical would care to endure Collects the six issue miniseries Ranked as one of The Comics Journal's Best o. I like the art but the story is very weak It starts out with lots of promise but soon becomes a mess No believable motivations are explored for the main trio of characters and some explanation for their unbelievable behaviors is desperately neededA waste of a good premise

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There's a peeping tom prowling the neighborhood Eyewitness reports vary but one thing is agreed upon he wears a devil maskThis is the story of Val Castillo a promising gymnast with a Speak of Epubstrange hobby She is secretly the neighborhood. Part teen exploitation slasher yarn part high school drama part psychological horror and part ultra dark comedy Speak Of The Devil goes through as many tonal twists and inversions as one of its protagonist's gym routines Neither for the sueamish or the serious if you wanted to characterise this as slight and nasty there aren't too many good counter arguments What the book does have is atmosphere particularly in the first two issues before the action starts ramping up simply but sharply drawn characters and inevitably with a Gilbert Hernandez comic a whole bunch of beautiful unfussy panels that stick with you from the horrible to the mysterious to the just plain enjoyable to look at the way a single shot of a gymnast in mid turn can conjure a world of athleticism and effort for instance Hernandez' spareness as a cartoonist and his baroue tendencies as a storyteller have had better meetings but Speak Of The Devil approaches its schlock with craft and wicked delight