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Dean and Sam Winchester were raised as Hunters by their widowed father, seeking vengeance on the supernatural elements that took their mother from them. But the road to vengeance is a dark one, and is it a place where children can have any semblance of a life? On an academic break while at Stanford, Sam Winchester visits the United Kingdom on what is meant to be a sleepy t Dean and Sam Winchester were raised as Hunters by their widowed father, seeking vengeance on the supernatural elements that took their mother from them. But the road to vengeance is a dark one, and is it a place where children can have any semblance of a life? On an academic break while at Stanford, Sam Winchester visits the United Kingdom on what is meant to be a sleepy trip. His first day he meets the hypnotic 'Emma of the Isles,' whohim to a nasty part of town, where an even nastier evil lurks. This could be the very first team-up between European and American Hunters – but will it end in disaster?


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Dean and Sam Winchester were raised as Hunters by their widowed father, seeking vengeance on the supernatural elements that took their mother from them. But the road to vengeance is a dark one, and is it a place where children can have any semblance of a life? On an academic break while at Stanford, Sam Winchester visits the United Kingdom on what is meant to be a sleepy t Dean and Sam Winchester were raised as Hunters by their widowed father, seeking vengeance on the supernatural elements that took their mother from them. But the road to vengeance is a dark one, and is it a place where children can have any semblance of a life? On an academic break while at Stanford, Sam Winchester visits the United Kingdom on what is meant to be a sleepy trip. His first day he meets the hypnotic 'Emma of the Isles,' whohim to a nasty part of town, where an even nastier evil lurks. This could be the very first team-up between European and American Hunters – but will it end in disaster?

30 review for Supernatural: The Dogs of Edinburgh

  1. 4 out of 5

    C.G. Drews

    this was like an incredibly bad piece of fanfic from someone who'd only vaguely skimmed the synopsis on wikipedia. I don't know what to tell you okay. This was my first ever Supernatural comic (flashback to me, in the library, spying it on the shelf and going "there are SPN comics?!??!" and immediately borrowing it). Granted, I am behind on a few season of the show, but I've watched 12 seasons!!!! Aside from the fact the art doesn't even vaguely resemble the characters, this was not how Sam acts this was like an incredibly bad piece of fanfic from someone who'd only vaguely skimmed the synopsis on wikipedia. I don't know what to tell you okay. This was my first ever Supernatural comic (flashback to me, in the library, spying it on the shelf and going "there are SPN comics?!??!" and immediately borrowing it). Granted, I am behind on a few season of the show, but I've watched 12 seasons!!!! Aside from the fact the art doesn't even vaguely resemble the characters, this was not how Sam acts at all. Like he literally arrives in Edinburgh and his first thought is "Ugh I don't want to go to the library/lectures/learn...I should pick up a girl." Say who are u and where is the real Sam. i am also so very confused as to why he went to help Emma, found her moody and withdrawn, and immediately he ran away and slept in an open field until Dean arrived to save him?????? what did i just read

  2. 4 out of 5

    Trike

    The art doesn't really capture the actors and the story doesn't capture my attention. I found myself skimming, despite the tale being thin. A bad episode of Supernatural is generally better than a good episode of any other genre show. This book doesn't feel like it's part of the same universe at all; there's no wit, no charm, no cool action. Part of the story hinges on Sam being a clumsy oaf, then a dullard. He's neither. That's a fundamental misunderstanding of the characters. From my quotelog: Sam The art doesn't really capture the actors and the story doesn't capture my attention. I found myself skimming, despite the tale being thin. A bad episode of Supernatural is generally better than a good episode of any other genre show. This book doesn't feel like it's part of the same universe at all; there's no wit, no charm, no cool action. Part of the story hinges on Sam being a clumsy oaf, then a dullard. He's neither. That's a fundamental misunderstanding of the characters. From my quotelog: Sam: What do we know that has Jason Bourne fighting skills, dies a lot and has a history with violent women? Dean: I don’t know, you? – Supernatural, “Remember the Titans” Miss.

  3. 5 out of 5

    KK

    I must admit that the covers artwork was awesome but the comic itself it went from getting better to worst ever. What's wrong with their heads, jesus. Anyways the story was pretty interesting so I'll give this one 4 stars. I must admit that the covers artwork was awesome but the comic itself it went from getting better to worst ever. What's wrong with their heads, jesus. Anyways the story was pretty interesting so I'll give this one 4 stars.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Bakura

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. While the base story and the lore was certainly interesting, along with the UK setting, the whole idea of Sam falling in love with a monster is rather overdone. The characterisation isn't exactly right, though Dean seemed atleast a little more in-character than Sam. It sort of acts as a prequel to the series, with it starting with Sam heading to Edinburgh while he was attending Stanford, though as we are not told exactly when, it raises the question, was this whole deal with Emma happening while While the base story and the lore was certainly interesting, along with the UK setting, the whole idea of Sam falling in love with a monster is rather overdone. The characterisation isn't exactly right, though Dean seemed atleast a little more in-character than Sam. It sort of acts as a prequel to the series, with it starting with Sam heading to Edinburgh while he was attending Stanford, though as we are not told exactly when, it raises the question, was this whole deal with Emma happening while Jessica was around? It also does seem rather odd that Sam would just up and leave, just on the case notes of a girl he knew for a little while three years ago. Besides, him and Dean were pretty much inseparable early in the series. As for the art, the artist simply hasn't managed to capture Sam and Dean - atleast, not with the in-comic art. The in-comic art seems suspiciously like it uses 3D models rather than drawings, while the cover art - by the same artist (and clearly hand-drawn) - actually portrays them pretty well.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Sofia

    I'm a huge fan of the show. I collect all of their stuffs. This comic by far is the most disappointment of them all (comics). The Winchesters are badly drawn. As a Sam girl, I was thrilled to have a Sam story. But this book fail to match the boys' personalities and all the witty traits we seen on the show. It feels like they are completely different brothers comparing to the ones we know. On the bright side, it was cool knowing Sam traveled oversea and meet a monster lore there. I liked the idea I'm a huge fan of the show. I collect all of their stuffs. This comic by far is the most disappointment of them all (comics). The Winchesters are badly drawn. As a Sam girl, I was thrilled to have a Sam story. But this book fail to match the boys' personalities and all the witty traits we seen on the show. It feels like they are completely different brothers comparing to the ones we know. On the bright side, it was cool knowing Sam traveled oversea and meet a monster lore there. I liked the idea of Emma but I believe the comic could have been done better. *spoiler alert* so this is the fourth time Sam has a girl he liked killed. (Jess, Madison, that monster girl he liked that came back later to be killed) Sam and his luck with girls. Poor guy.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    I was very excited to read this book, as it's the first Supernatural comic I would read. However, after it was finished, I I was sourly disappointed. Maybe I just haven't read enough comics or something, but it was very boring and it felt like nothing happened. I know it's the first in a series, but the first in a series should make you want to read more, not leave you with the sense that it you didn't complete the comic. Maybe I'll feel differently when I finish all of them, but for now I'm not I was very excited to read this book, as it's the first Supernatural comic I would read. However, after it was finished, I I was sourly disappointed. Maybe I just haven't read enough comics or something, but it was very boring and it felt like nothing happened. I know it's the first in a series, but the first in a series should make you want to read more, not leave you with the sense that it you didn't complete the comic. Maybe I'll feel differently when I finish all of them, but for now I'm not impressed with it.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Cen

    This book was fair but disappointing. The art was better than that in the first book, but the characters didn't really look like themselves. The characterization was also a bit off- Sam didn't feel like Sam, and Dean seemed fairly two dimensional. Only a handful of dialogue lines rang true. The mythology was poorly developed and a tad confusing. All that aside, the art was ok and the story flowed well enough. This book was fair but disappointing. The art was better than that in the first book, but the characters didn't really look like themselves. The characterization was also a bit off- Sam didn't feel like Sam, and Dean seemed fairly two dimensional. Only a handful of dialogue lines rang true. The mythology was poorly developed and a tad confusing. All that aside, the art was ok and the story flowed well enough.

  8. 5 out of 5

    nettan - the road so far...

    The verdict, well I really wanted to like this one, but unfortunately it was a bit disappointing. The story in itself was interesting, we meet a younger Sam and there is innocence that in the TV-series are long gone. The problem I had was with the presentation of the story. The art is a bit to, how should I put it “square”, big heads, a square jaw line, small body etc. and that isn’t really my cup of tea. The pictures are dark, even when our heroes are out in daylight and the colors are a bit to The verdict, well I really wanted to like this one, but unfortunately it was a bit disappointing. The story in itself was interesting, we meet a younger Sam and there is innocence that in the TV-series are long gone. The problem I had was with the presentation of the story. The art is a bit to, how should I put it “square”, big heads, a square jaw line, small body etc. and that isn’t really my cup of tea. The pictures are dark, even when our heroes are out in daylight and the colors are a bit too dull for my taste. Some part of story take place at the Scottish coast and it should have been a gorgeous backdrop to explore but unfortunately the scenery is just flat and not very interesting. All of this I can overlook, no the biggest problem was the reading itself, I had to go back over and over, thinking did I just miss a page, a picture, it felt like there were just something missing. I think this one is only for the diehard Supernatural fans, there are so many really great graphic novels out there so you will not miss much if you skip this one.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie Graves

    I wanted to like this. But I really couldn't. Narratively, it's sort of a mess--the jumps in the story leave holes that aren't very logical and can't be figured out from context clues. And where good art can distract you from narrative holes in the graphic novel form, here... well, not so much. Some of the art is nice, but the thick lines and lack of atmosphere are not my thing. Plus, both Sam and Dean act out of character, and bear very little likeness to the actors, AND there's the whole bit one I wanted to like this. But I really couldn't. Narratively, it's sort of a mess--the jumps in the story leave holes that aren't very logical and can't be figured out from context clues. And where good art can distract you from narrative holes in the graphic novel form, here... well, not so much. Some of the art is nice, but the thick lines and lack of atmosphere are not my thing. Plus, both Sam and Dean act out of character, and bear very little likeness to the actors, AND there's the whole bit one could quibble about where this takes place while Sam is at Stanford, during which time Sam & Dean weren't speaking, so it's not very canonically compliant, either. (Even if you read the later bits as after Sam was at college, still, he has to call Dean as they aren't together, which happens very seldom in the show--they have basically been inseparable since Sam left college, minus that stint when Dean was in Hell and later when Sam was soulless.) The other Supernatural graphic novels were really pretty good, so I hate to be so disappointed by this one. Yet, I am.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Tedders

    Note: My version was Titled "The Dogs of Edinburgh" Very disappointed in this volume. The art was weird, and the skin tones were just distracting. While I was glad to see Selkies pop up, the way the were handled was pretty dull. Sam and Dean were really poorly handled, and this felt like it was Supernatural in name only. Fans can afford to give this on a miss. Note: My version was Titled "The Dogs of Edinburgh" Very disappointed in this volume. The art was weird, and the skin tones were just distracting. While I was glad to see Selkies pop up, the way the were handled was pretty dull. Sam and Dean were really poorly handled, and this felt like it was Supernatural in name only. Fans can afford to give this on a miss.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Karen Willis

    What were they thinking? The art in this is terrible! The body dimensions don't match - big heads, long bodies, short legs... The story is jumbled and convoluted. I read the other one and liked it. I should have stopped there! What were they thinking? The art in this is terrible! The body dimensions don't match - big heads, long bodies, short legs... The story is jumbled and convoluted. I read the other one and liked it. I should have stopped there!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Tina

    So, I've been a fan of Supernatural since pretty much the beginning of the show. In honor of the show ending (and because I needed an easy read to help me cope after the finale), I decided to dive into the comics. As a general rule, I usually don't read any of the SPN comics/graphic novels/books (mostly because they come across as poorly written fanfic, and I've read enough of that over the years), but as I said, I needed an easy read. This was definitely an easy read. I actually liked the premis So, I've been a fan of Supernatural since pretty much the beginning of the show. In honor of the show ending (and because I needed an easy read to help me cope after the finale), I decided to dive into the comics. As a general rule, I usually don't read any of the SPN comics/graphic novels/books (mostly because they come across as poorly written fanfic, and I've read enough of that over the years), but as I said, I needed an easy read. This was definitely an easy read. I actually liked the premise, just because I don't know a lot about selkies, and they're rarely included in the stories I read. So that was cool. However, that being said, the story just wasn't all that....good. It felt thrown together and rushed at times, and dragged out at others. The other main character, Emma, from Scotland, wasn't fleshed out very well. I realize that this was only 6 issues, and so I didn't expect a ton of character development, but she was just boring. Speaking of boring, that plot "twist" made me roll my eyes, because it was pretty easy to see coming a mile away. I didn't hate it or anything, but it was very predictable. The art was just...odd? I didn't care for the style and thought that the characters were drawn very clunky and sharp. Also, several reviewers have said that the characterization of both Sam and Dean was less than stellar, and I have to agree. It seems like pretty much every author who tries to write them misses the mark. I've read fanfics where they were more in character than in this. Though I will say, the author seemed to have an easier time with Dean than he did with Sam. (I just could not get over the idea of Sam Winchester hopping on a plane to Scotland 3 years after an encounter with a girl he only knew for a short time, no matter what the reason. It was so out of character. Has this writer ever watched an episode of Supernatural?) This was just a miss for me.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Andrea

    I think this book would have been much improved by the author watching, like, the first four episodes of Supernatural. The voices seemed off, and there were things it seemed would have been natural to mention that weren't. Assuming the first part of the storyline happened before Sam and Jess were a thing, and the second part happened after... it just seems weird that Emma would have such an effect on Sam, even years later, and Jess wouldn't be mentioned at all. There's no explanation as to why S I think this book would have been much improved by the author watching, like, the first four episodes of Supernatural. The voices seemed off, and there were things it seemed would have been natural to mention that weren't. Assuming the first part of the storyline happened before Sam and Jess were a thing, and the second part happened after... it just seems weird that Emma would have such an effect on Sam, even years later, and Jess wouldn't be mentioned at all. There's no explanation as to why Sam, who ran off to Stanford to escape hunting, would suddenly be gung-ho to participate in a hunt with Emma, aside from the fact she's hot, which doesn't seem true to character. Also Dean hopping on a plane to Scotland with no mention of how he doesn't fly well. The "twist" was obvious from the beginning. The art style doesn't look much like the actors, but I think worse is that it lacks internal consistency? Like, not only do Sam and Dean not look like Sam and Dean, they don't even look like the same people from panel to panel. The worst thing about this is I don't think the artist is bad -- Emma, the original character from the comic, is drawn pretty well. Her face is a lot more consistent and dynamic that either of the brothers', probably because the artist wasn't obligated to make her look like a specific person. Overall I wouldn't recommend this comic.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Cassandra

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Well...... I've read quite a lot of Supernatural comics at this point and while this one wasn't the best it wasn't the worst either. I loved the idea of Sam and eventually Dean in Scotland as they very rarely leave the US (I can only count once off the top but I'm sure they went to Europe more than just to threaten Crowley??). However this artist loved the dark and gritty colors, not very Edinburgh if you've ever been there, so I think they would've been better if they'd done a post car industry Well...... I've read quite a lot of Supernatural comics at this point and while this one wasn't the best it wasn't the worst either. I loved the idea of Sam and eventually Dean in Scotland as they very rarely leave the US (I can only count once off the top but I'm sure they went to Europe more than just to threaten Crowley??). However this artist loved the dark and gritty colors, not very Edinburgh if you've ever been there, so I think they would've been better if they'd done a post car industry Detroit or even a part of New York that hasn't been gentrified instead of green, beautiful Scotland. The storyline. Well it's another Sam falls in love with a girl that dies in the end, I LOVE the selkie mythology and was horribly disappointed it wasn't included in the show ever, but I think if they'd done this kind of hack on it then I'm glad they left it alone. Sam's character was a little off while Dean seemed more Dean-like so that seemed to throw most readers off, I could see if this author had only watched a couple episodes and thought "I can do this show it's pretty basic" which HAHAHA. So if you're sad the show is over feel free to read but you could always just rewatch the entire series on Netflix instead? All in all, you can tell they tried but like most authors who write Supernatural books I feel they fell just short.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Buck

    I want hour of my life back. This is just, boring and bad. I read the other comics and they were bad but this is just bad bad. Sam is off. him turning down books doesn´t sounds like Sam but more like Dean. It´s almost 9pm, I´m tired and I wanna go to bed bc this just makes me sleepy. It´s just that bad. The other comics at least - despite how bad it was so off cannon despite saying it´s prequel so much - captured the spirit of the show. I won´t even talk about art. I was pissed so much about the ot I want hour of my life back. This is just, boring and bad. I read the other comics and they were bad but this is just bad bad. Sam is off. him turning down books doesn´t sounds like Sam but more like Dean. It´s almost 9pm, I´m tired and I wanna go to bed bc this just makes me sleepy. It´s just that bad. The other comics at least - despite how bad it was so off cannon despite saying it´s prequel so much - captured the spirit of the show. I won´t even talk about art. I was pissed so much about the other comics, that I´m tired of arguing about it. I managed to sit through s7 and s8 with more interest then I did with this comic and s7 is just horrible. I will rather watch THE BUGS from s1 - which is bad episode - instead of this any day. In conclusion, this was waste of time.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Emma Kay Krebs

    1.5 stars... I guess??? OP, just write your own OGN next time. I don't know who these characters are, but they are not Sam and Dean Winchester. The timeline didn't even make sense! I was super excited for Stanford-era Sam exploration, but... it was not there. There was one (1) moment of internal monologue that was VERY Sam except if this took place during season four or onward. 1.5 stars... I guess??? OP, just write your own OGN next time. I don't know who these characters are, but they are not Sam and Dean Winchester. The timeline didn't even make sense! I was super excited for Stanford-era Sam exploration, but... it was not there. There was one (1) moment of internal monologue that was VERY Sam except if this took place during season four or onward.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Jesse

    This was my least favorite of the series. There wasn’t nearly enough buildup of Sam and Emma’s original meeting; I didn’t feel inclined to root for them at all. The illustrations were weird, the mythology was confusing, and the story did not affect me in any way. I’m disappointed.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Rumi Bossche

    very simple, with some bland art, but story was ok.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Delaney

    Decent read. But I am so over the Sam Winchester and all the women he dates trope.

  20. 5 out of 5

    lauren

    The artwork was laughably atrocious, the plot was weak, and the characterisation was totally off in some scenes.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca Adcock

    Did not finish, love Supernatural but was not a huge fan of the dialogue.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer (bunnyreads)

    You’d think for a tie-in there would be at least a passing resemblance to the characters that are inspiring the work. But nope. Not in the least. If I didn’t know the source I wouldn’t have a clue. The story which has totally ignored a few key points in canon (that’s ok the show’s writers are ignoring them now too) and is just doing its own thing, does borrow a little on the early theme of Sam’s love interests. But outside of that and the hunting monsters, that’s about the only similarity, and You’d think for a tie-in there would be at least a passing resemblance to the characters that are inspiring the work. But nope. Not in the least. If I didn’t know the source I wouldn’t have a clue. The story which has totally ignored a few key points in canon (that’s ok the show’s writers are ignoring them now too) and is just doing its own thing, does borrow a little on the early theme of Sam’s love interests. But outside of that and the hunting monsters, that’s about the only similarity, and this could easily double as any other urban fantasy/horror work. The insert art for the sections was quite nice. Great use of color and love the style but the rest was only mediocre and sometimes a little slack in a hurried along to get it done look. The panels were very drab and though the early season of the show are washed too-this could have done with a more color and not lost the style. If you’re buying out of love for the show you’ll be a little disappointed. Without knowing the source, you may appreciate this book more than this target audience did.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Derek Farris

    I've only seen one episode of Supernatural myself. I just didn't get i to it enough to want to continue. I picked this up for my girlfriend, who loves the show. I love my comics, so I figured I'd give it a read. I'll say I did enjoy this story. I see many reviews from Supernatural fans hating on this book. Mostly because they didn't like the way Sam and Dean looked in the art, but that's the wonderful things about comics, all art is different. To me, the character doesn't have to be an exact pho I've only seen one episode of Supernatural myself. I just didn't get i to it enough to want to continue. I picked this up for my girlfriend, who loves the show. I love my comics, so I figured I'd give it a read. I'll say I did enjoy this story. I see many reviews from Supernatural fans hating on this book. Mostly because they didn't like the way Sam and Dean looked in the art, but that's the wonderful things about comics, all art is different. To me, the character doesn't have to be an exact photo copy from another version. Batman and other heroes undergo different looks all the time. Some loved, some aren't. As I know what the actors look like, I knew which character was which. Are they carbon copies of the TV show? No. To me, the most important thing in a comic is story. The art helps tell it, but I'm more apt to read a book with great story and terrible art, than vice versa. The story here is entertaining and a great, supernatural story. (See what I did there?) Yeah, by the second or third issue, you start to pick up on what the ending might entail, but it's still fun to see how it gets there. Honestly, I've been told that with Supernatural, it's all about the episodes you watch. I enjoyed this story and if some episodes are just as good, I'm sure I could get into it more.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Judah

    Idk what went wrong, but this was an extremely poor mini-series. The basic idea is somewhat interesting, but the writing is uninspired, confusing and inept. Retrofitting a new story into the Supernatural timeline , with a plot twist that is seen coming from miles away, emotions that ring hollow, and a running on fumes feeling after said plot twist. The Art is also ugly as sin. I'm not sure what happened since the concept art is really attractive, but the final product looks like garbage. Not real Idk what went wrong, but this was an extremely poor mini-series. The basic idea is somewhat interesting, but the writing is uninspired, confusing and inept. Retrofitting a new story into the Supernatural timeline , with a plot twist that is seen coming from miles away, emotions that ring hollow, and a running on fumes feeling after said plot twist. The Art is also ugly as sin. I'm not sure what happened since the concept art is really attractive, but the final product looks like garbage. Not realistic enough to take seriously, but also just ugly except for Emma who looks like a mixture of Disney-generic and Girl product clip art. Sam often times looks like an old man or a druggie, and Dean looks himself only 45% of the time. The covers look amazing, but the insides are trite.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Vernice

    So bad... It's like the writers only had a vague idea of what the show and the characters are about. The storyline was stupid and Sam was even more irritating than usual, but because he didn't act like Sam at all, it was even worse because you're expecting something and then it's even worse than you expected... it's all just so disappointing. And for that matter, why is everything always about Sam? Why can't there be a storyline about Dean? When Sam went off to Stanford or whatever, Dean was sti So bad... It's like the writers only had a vague idea of what the show and the characters are about. The storyline was stupid and Sam was even more irritating than usual, but because he didn't act like Sam at all, it was even worse because you're expecting something and then it's even worse than you expected... it's all just so disappointing. And for that matter, why is everything always about Sam? Why can't there be a storyline about Dean? When Sam went off to Stanford or whatever, Dean was still hunting, which 1) would make for a much more interesting storyline because DEAN, and 2) is you know, the point of the whole series. Urg, actually so glad there's not another one...

  26. 5 out of 5

    Jacqueline

    This was a big old meh for me, the title didn't really match to the actual story. The cover art was much better then the inside work. While I liked the take on Celtic folklore, the story was rushed and overly full of romance. I never felt connected to Emma at all and Dean felt squeezed into the story when this could have been set either preseries or during the few times the brothers had been apart during and been much better. If you are looking for a good Supernatural story that features these sa This was a big old meh for me, the title didn't really match to the actual story. The cover art was much better then the inside work. While I liked the take on Celtic folklore, the story was rushed and overly full of romance. I never felt connected to Emma at all and Dean felt squeezed into the story when this could have been set either preseries or during the few times the brothers had been apart during and been much better. If you are looking for a good Supernatural story that features these same elements watch the season two episode Heart, it is much more heartbreaking and realistic.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Riley Barnitz

    Okay I don't know who this writer is but he clearly doesn't get Supernatural. The characters never felt the way that they do in the show. It was taken way to seriously. And the only knew character had nothing to her so I couldn't even car about her or her problem in the slightest. Also what is this artwork. Its horrible. Did the artist never see an episode. I didn't even know it was Sam. They had to say t for me to recognize him. It is baaaad. Okay I don't know who this writer is but he clearly doesn't get Supernatural. The characters never felt the way that they do in the show. It was taken way to seriously. And the only knew character had nothing to her so I couldn't even car about her or her problem in the slightest. Also what is this artwork. Its horrible. Did the artist never see an episode. I didn't even know it was Sam. They had to say t for me to recognize him. It is baaaad.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Forgotten Realms Queen

    Good baseline for a story, but the way it was done was just confusing. I wasn't sure exactly what was happening half the time and I had to keep going back to re-read stuff to double and triple check that I hadn't missed anything. Depends on how big a fan you are as to how much it's worth it to read. Good baseline for a story, but the way it was done was just confusing. I wasn't sure exactly what was happening half the time and I had to keep going back to re-read stuff to double and triple check that I hadn't missed anything. Depends on how big a fan you are as to how much it's worth it to read.

  29. 5 out of 5

    May

    Neither scary nor interesting enough beyond the fact that it is tie-in for the television series. If anything, this story further proves that Sam Winchester is not always the smart one in the supernatural-fighting duo. Rather a disappointing let down as the story does not add or take anything away from the current Supernatural universe. Simply, meh.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Xanthi

    A quick read. I wasn't overly keen on the illustrations. The artist didn't quite get the Winchester Brothers right, especially Dean. The story was okay. I have not read a graphic novel in a long time and forgot how some (not all) lack real content. This one was way too brief. A quick read. I wasn't overly keen on the illustrations. The artist didn't quite get the Winchester Brothers right, especially Dean. The story was okay. I have not read a graphic novel in a long time and forgot how some (not all) lack real content. This one was way too brief.

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