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The first graphic novel for Hello Neighbor, the hit stealth horror video game, is an exclusive, all-new original story set in the ruins of a theme park in the 1980s! Ever since her older brother disappeared, Jen has been searching for answers. The ruins of Bosco Bay, the theme park where he was last seen, are due to be demolished any day now, but Jen can't let go of the feeling that a clue to her brother's fate still remains there. But Jen's investigation gets complicated when her cousin, Allie, comes to live with her family for the summer. Allie's mom has tasked her with helping Jen come to terms with her brother's disappearance, but soon Allie comes to believe what Jen does: Jen's brother didn't just run away. And the reclusive theme park designer Mr Peterson might just know what happened to him. Don't miss this exclusive, original graphic novel based on the hit stealth horror video game, Hello Neighbor!
|Publication date:||1st October 2020|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
|Categories:||Horror & ghost stories, chillers (Children's / Teenage), Computer game guides (Children's / Teenage), Thrillers (Children's / Teenage), Family & home stories (Children's / Teenage), Mysteries, the supernatural, monsters & mythological beings (ChildrenÍs/Teenage), General fiction (Children's / Teenage),|
Zac Gorman is an author and cartoonist from Michigan. He received an Emmy for his work on Over the Garden Wall (Outstanding Animated Series, 2015) and was nominated for an Annie Award for his character design work on Welcome to the Wayne. His webcomic Magical Game Time was archived by the Library of Congress. Chris Fenoglio is an artist, colorist, designer, and teacher of all things comic book. He can also muddle around enough on guitar to only be mostly annoying. He has worked on big franchises like Star Wars, Batman: The Animated Series, Goosebumps, X-Files, and Orphan Black as well ...More About Zac Gorman