Daphne Byrne #1

Daphne Byrne #1

In the gaslit splendor of late 19th-century New York, rage builds inside 14-year-old Daphne. The sudden death of her father has left her alone with her irresponsible, grief-stricken mother-who becomes easy prey for a group of occultists promising to contact her dead husband. While fighting to disentangle her mother from these charlatans, Daphne begins to sense a strange, insidious presence in her own body...an entity with unspeakable appetites. What does “Brother” want? And could she even stop him if she tried?

Title:Daphne Byrne #1
Edition Language:English
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    Daphne Byrne #1 Reviews

  • Derek

    An okay-enough start to what promises to be a great series. To early to tell, but I'm optimistic about this. The next couple of issues will tell....

  • Aiden Merchant

    It's too early to tell if this story will interest me or not, and the art isn't to my liking....

  • Bonnie

    Probably 3.5 stars. I was hoping for a bit more story. But I love the art!...

  • Tobin Elliott

    If there is a common thread through any of the Hill House-branded comic book series, it's that the first issue of each is generally okay, without much beyond character building occurring. And usually ...

  • Kate

    My local comic book shop owner suggested this one to me, as he knew that I have also been reading "the Dollhouse: Family" by Joe Hill. I am so glad that he did suggest it to me, as I think I prefer th...

  • Stefan

    #1 of the limited series. It's a bit early to say if the story will develop into something nice but from what I got in this first issue, there's quite a bit of potential for this to take really grotes...

  • Alexa Moon

    I loved everything about this. The setting, the characters, the plot. The art style is absolutely magnificent. Horror at its finest. I've been waiting for a gruesome kind of horror from Hill House Com...

  • Roman Colombo

    This was a good start. Daphne is a really interesting character and the story is promising. The only thing that didn't work was the art. The art was good--but didn't match the tone or feel of the stor...

  • Elizabeth (Miss Eliza)

    I mean, I should like this more, because Spiritualists! But so far I'm cold on it. Not much progression with the plot and in the interview with the author she comes across as smug and lacking knowledg...

  • James

    2.75 stars. Just a barely ok first issue. We learn who Daphne is and that her father had died and she misses him. Has a peculiar dream that seems it might have been real. Not much of a hook to pull yo...