London's Dark

London s Dark A wartime romantic thriller featuring the reality of life in London during the Blitz

  • Title: London's Dark
  • Author: James Robinson Paul Johnson
  • ISBN: 9781852861575
  • Page: 296
  • Format: Paperback
  • A wartime romantic thriller featuring the reality of life in London during the Blitz.

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    1. James Robinson Paul Johnson

      James Robinson is a British writer, best known for his work in comic books and screenplays He is well known for his encyclopedic knowledge of comic book continuity, especially regarding the Golden Age of comic books His earliest comic book work came in the late 1980s, but he became best known for his revitalization of the character Starman for DC comics in the 1990s In addition, he has written for Batman, Cable, Captain America, and currently writes for Justice League of America.

    922 thoughts on “London's Dark”

    1. This graphic novel from 1989 features some of James Robinson's earliest work (who went on to fame on DC's Starman series, and some would same infamy on the more recent Justice league: Cry for Justice mini-series). The art is provided by fellow Englishman Paul Johnson.Set in London in 1940, this World War II story is a nice mix of war, romance, and the supernatural. Jack Brookes is a patriot denied entry into the army due to a bad heart, so he does what he can on the home front as an air-raid war [...]



    2. London's Dark does that lovely thing of giving a small story about a handful of people the depth and detail of something larger than them all. A man's murder goes unnoticed except by his mother, who consults a psychic, who is confronted by another woman's son, who gets entangled with circumstances of the murder. One event leads easily into the next, even when things venture into the paranormal. Even with close study of the art (done in an older newsprint style), the story reads fast; it had conc [...]


    3. Love story. Ghost story. Story of the Blitz. This short graphic novel from James Robinson (his first?) already displays the novelistic skill later to be seen in Starman, and a character-focused talent that initially introduces a small handful of characters before making us quickly fall in love with two of them. The art by Paul Johnson is in some places too muddy, too messy, but never confuses or distracts. It's back in print with an edition by Titan Books, so snap it up for an excellent afternoo [...]


    4. This was lovely. I hadn't heard of it but found it on the sale shelf of forbidden planet for 99p. It was beautifully written and the illustrations were great for the story, dark and grim and realistic. The story was set during the Blitz in London but didn't have any of the "blitz spirit" rather it was just people living in fear and trying to get on with their lives with the horror that was happening around them. It was a love story with supernatural elements. One of the great examples of how com [...]


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