Ghosted is Ocean’s Paranormal


Ghosted is genre-smashing at its best. Stop and think about Ocean’s 11-13 in a haunted house and that’s Ghosted.

Ghosted is promising. It’s noir blended with horror. Like something out of the same universe as Brubaker’s Fatale, Ghosted takes two inherently dark genres and makes something new and beautiful – if frightening.

Joshua Williamson’s writing is slick and self aware while Goran Sudzuka’s art goes a long way to reference similar books at the same time that it’s not too much like them. Miroslav Mrva’s coloring is wonderfully atmospheric and we get a great appearance on the cover of Ghosted #1 from noir master, Sean Phillips.

If you like noir, if you like haunted house stories, give this book a read for your own benefit.

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