Nailbiter, Vol. 1: There Will Be Blood

Nailbiter Vol There Will Be Blood Where do serial killers come from and why has Buckaroo Oregon given birth to sixteen of the most vile serial killers in the world NSA Agent Nicholas Finch needs to solve that mystery in order to save

  • Title: Nailbiter, Vol. 1: There Will Be Blood
  • Author: Joshua Williamson Mike Henderson Adam Guzowski
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 194
  • Format: ebook
  • Where do serial killers come from and why has Buckaroo, Oregon given birth to sixteen of the most vile serial killers in the world NSA Agent Nicholas Finch needs to solve that mystery in order to save his friend, and he ll have to team up with the infamous Edward Nailbiter Warren to do it JOSHUA WILLIAMSON MIKE HENDERSON deliver a mystery that mixes Twin Peaks Where do serial killers come from and why has Buckaroo, Oregon given birth to sixteen of the most vile serial killers in the world NSA Agent Nicholas Finch needs to solve that mystery in order to save his friend, and he ll have to team up with the infamous Edward Nailbiter Warren to do it JOSHUA WILLIAMSON MIKE HENDERSON deliver a mystery that mixes Twin Peaks with the horror of Se7en Collects NAILBITER 1 5.

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    1. 3.5 starsrhaps a full 4?Maybe I just don't read enough horror/serial killer stuff, but I seem to like this one a lot better than most of my friends. And that may be because I don't like scary serial killer stories, and (they're right) this wasn't scary. Even the gross stuff wasn't too bad! I mean, it's icky that this guy ate people's fingernails down to the bone, but I was expecting some really stomach-churning imagery, and lots of blood-soaked gore to be peppered throughout this entire volume.O [...]

    2. Buckaroo: Home of Serial KillersThe premise sounds interesting enough, one of the characters sums it up like this:"Sixteen of the world's worst serial killers were all born and raised right here in Buckaroo, Oregon. The last, of course, being the infamous Edward 'The Nailbiter' Warren. If it's a curse, a coincidence, or an act of the devil himself, it is not for us to know"Unfortunately, the execution is sloppy: the character design feels forced, the dialogue stagy, the plot formulaic.In additio [...]

    3. This was pretty good! Definitely didn't blow my mind, but I'll probably continue with the series if my library has them.

    4. Find all of my reviews at: 52bookminimum/“Warren’s modus operandi was to kidnap innocent men and women who had the habit of chewing their fingernails. Warren would keep them captive until his victim’s nails grew back, and then chew their fingers down to the bone before ultimately killing them.”First reaction? YES PLEASE! I also have some experience with one of these “nailbiters” and figured I could relate to this story on a deeper level. Advice to anyone else struggling through this [...]

    5. 3.75* so, yeah, um this was so completely and utterly messed up. it was gruesome, gory, disturbing, definitely something I shouldn't have started reading alone at 2am but with that being said, I could not stop reading. It was horrifyingly addictive and 50% of me never wants to read it again and the other 50% knows there's no way I'm going to be able to stop reading this series now. I need to know what's going on!!! Definitely not something for people who are sensitive to graphic violence and gor [...]

    6. Three years ago, Eliot Carroll arrested the alleged serial killer Edward Charles “Nailbiter” Warren, so-called because he chews the nails and fingers off of his victims before murdering them. In the present, Carroll believes he’s found the secret behind the many serial killers - the last being Warren - that the fictional town of Buckaroo, Oregon, seems to produce. And then he disappears. It’s up to his friend Nicholas Finch and the local sheriff Shannon Crane to find Carroll before the l [...]

    7. Read review on Wordpress: booksandstuff1357.wordpress.cBuckaroo, Oregon has given rise to sixteen known serial killers, all just as creepy as the other. This has given the town a bad reputation, but no one truly knows how so many murderers come from such a small place, so Detective Eliot Carroll assigns himself to figure it all out. He then makes a call to his friend, Officer Nicholas Finch, to come find him, since he trust his friend has the skills to completely solve the mystery, however when [...]

    8. Who would have thought I'd thoroughly enjoy a graphic novel about a serial killer who murder people who bite nails? What kind of person am I. LOL.Say whatever it is that you want to say about my reading choices, but I really enjoyed this! Why? Becauseeee… I'm into serial killers. Oookaay. That didn't sound right, so let me correct myself. I'm into serial killer stories. Yes. That's what I meant.These type of stories intrigue me. They get me curious. Fiction or non-fiction, these never fail to [...]

    9. Interesting story. I'm intrigued by the possibilities. The art was fine. Doesn't stand out but wasn't bad. Interesting start.

    10. 4.5 stars, this was excellent. I had no idea what to expect from this. No prior research at all. I would compare this comic to watching that film Scream for the first time, but without the spoof. Creepy, original, suspense,horror and constantly trying to guess who the killer is. So it's called nail biter because the first issue centres around a serial killer who captured 42 separate victims on separate occasions, chewed their nails off their hands and killed them. He only chose victims that chew [...]

    11. Bullet Review:For a book that "tantalized" with the most gruesome picture of a man biting off this own fingers, well, it wasn't nearly as gory inside. Meaning, yes, it was still gory but at least I could open my eyes for most of the panels.Carroll has become obsessed with the 16 serial killers of Buckaroo, OR; he's found the answer and tells fellow agent, Finch, to come to him. In classic thriller fashion, Carroll goes missing and Finch must have the local police led by Crane give him a hand.Thi [...]

    12. Horror is not one of my favorite genres, but man, this book was good! Honestly, the premise is great, but I don’t want to know why Buckaroo is full of serial killers, I just want to know more about them. 0=) I had so much fun with those few panels about freaks like The Silent Movie Killer (Walter Grant only killed people who talked during movies at the theater), The Gravedigger (he buried people alive), The Terrible Two (brother and sister duo who only killed other twins)… I want MOAR! Oh, a [...]

    13. This is quite a good time, but I must admit that if I had realized it was an ongoing series, I might not have started it. Complex serial killer mystery books need (imo) to be limited series (even if that limit is like 75 issues) so they can be planned out. I need confidence as a reader that the ending is known and they aren't just making this mess up as they go.That being said, now that I've started, I'll read the next volume or two.

    14. More from the Humble Bundle; the gift that keeps on givingeven if you didn't ask for some of them.OK so Nailbiter almost lost me in the first few pages because it was just gross, and the kinda eww like papercuts in the spaces between your fingers and toes (EEEEEEE I'm squirming). I swallowed and pushed on through, and got into the story.As others of my GR friends had commented already, this book owes much to the Silence of the Lambs and Scream is a masterful character study/thriller, the other i [...]

    15. This is my final read for #GettingGraphic and it creeeeeped me out!! I definitely think the artwork is just ok, but the STORY is dark and creepy and focuses on lots of serial killers I was thoroughly creeped out and fully intrigued by this and I definitely think I'll be continuing the series some time in future :) 4*s

    16. I read it in English and I downloaded to read in Adobe Digital Edition form from NetGalley page. It's a very good choice if you like serial killers' stories.

    17. 3.5/5 stars. Really strong start to a series. Although there were a lot of questions that were left unanswered in this volume I'm sure they will be answered in the following volumes. The characters were so strange and I liked the concept behind the town and all the different serial killers. The art was amazing and kinda gruesome in some areas. I will totally be picking up Volume 2.

    18. 3.5 Stars Wow! WOW! This book is twisted, fun, crazy, and creative! One fast moving, non-stop horror-fest!Nailbiter’s blurb had me with the name of the town—Buckaroo. Haha…Perfect! This small town in Oregon is the birthplace of sixteen serial killers. 16!!!! What the hell is going on in Buckaroo? Drop an army intelligence officer, FBI profiler, and one badass Sheriff into the mix and mystery of butchers and killers and you get one hell of a comic book! I will say a lot of details were intr [...]

    19. From the Humble Bundle offered by Image Comics.Nowadays it seems like every story has an antihero as protagonist. Our "Bad Cop", Army Intelligence officer Nicholas Finch, comes to Buckaroo to find his friend and fellow cop gone missing. He's matched with local sheriff ("Good Cop") Carol Crane, who can barely keep up with the string of crime in her infamous little town.Nailbiter was a thoroughly entertaining read with all the goodies: a unique premise, lots of action, gore, flashbacks, shadowy pl [...]

    20. Yes there will be blood indeed!!If you like horror, mystery and crime fiction then you should give a chance to Nailbiter, an interesting, fast paste, bloody story about a town that gives birth to (a ridiculously high amount of) serial killers. An ex-cop goes there to find his old partner, who seems to have some answers and needs his help, however he is nowhere to be found.

    21. 2 StarsMehOkay this was disappointing. The premise is quite interesting and intriguing. There's a small town called Buckaroo, a town where 16 serial killers have been borned and raised. There's an NSA agent obsessed with this town and its mystery: Why does this town produce such fucked up people? Is it coincidence or it's something else happening there?Yeah, I pretty much liked the idea of this, but the execution? Not so much.We follow two of the most boring characters out there add to that some [...]

    22. Okay, this is horror. And I did actually read it, yes. . . I picked it up on a whim just as I was leaving the graphic novels/comics section of my library, and sat down and read it through. I am not a huge horror fan, but I am reading a bit more into it every year. But I was not a fan of Williamson's Ghosted, and I'm not a huge fan of this. The art by Mike Henderson is well done. The story is outlandish, set in a town of serial killers, where an NSA agent decides to enlist a serial killer to find [...]

    23. Wow!! I was blown away by the story and concept of this comic. The general premise is that there is a town where 16 of the worst serial killers were born and raised. The main character, a disgraced FBI agent, is summoned to the town by his friend who is researching the town's history and trying to determine why so many killers are born here. Once the main character arrives in town, things quickly heat up and the action never lets up. Although this is clearly a horror comic and it is not in any w [...]

    24. I almost didn't pick this up, but I'm so glad I did! If you're looking for a mix of horror and mystery—this is your comic book series. Yes, there is gore, and general grossness, but what do you expect from a comic called "Nailbiter"? One of the characters is a serial killer, nicknamed Nailbiter, and he is one of the sixteen serial killers who come from a small town in Oregon. Why are there so many serial killers who come from this town? Nobody knows, but there are people who are determined to [...]

    25. Wow. I actually want to see what happens next! If you can handle the gore and morbid content the story actually gradually draws you in I definitely want to see how this ends. The art style is also to my liking. Clean lines.

    26. Also available on the WondrousBooks blog.I'm not giving this volume a higher rating, simply because it was a very vague beginning of the series. Other than that, the idea is a pretty original one and I am definitely interested to see what happens in the next volumes.The story of Nailbiter takes place in a small town with a really big number of serial killers. Now that a new serial killer has appeared, the detectives both have to stop the serial killer, and figure out why there are so many of the [...]

    27. Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.The story centres on the town of Buckaroo which is now infamous for having 'birthed' 16 serial killers. One of whom is Edward 'Nailbiter' Warren. Agent Carroll, who caught Warren, is now convinced he understands why so many killers have originated from the small town. He calls his friend Finch to meet him there but soon afterwards goes missing. It is then up to Finch and the local sheriff to track him down [...]

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