Sherrilyn Kenyon's Dark-Hunters Series To Be Comics, Manga and Coloring Book
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Dabel Brothers Publishing have teamed with author Sherrilyn Kenyon to adapt her popular Dark-Hunter novels into comics / graphic novels, manga and adult coloring books. The New York Times Bestseller Archeron will be the first in a set of comic books set to kick off in August of 2016 with art by Mel Joy San Juan.
The Dark-Hunter novels chronicle the evolution of a race of immortal warriors sent to protect mankind from evil, and Archeron is the first Dark-Hunter ever appointed—a legend among his kind who fought the darkness alone for thousands of years.
At the same time there will be the Deluxe Dark-Hunter Coloring Book available in all major bookstores and on Amazon. A separate 24-page limited edition coloring book will be available for preorder this week on www.dabelbrothers.com, featuring an 18×24 poster to color and frame.
There is also a plan for a Dark-Hunter manga series to be released in 2017.
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About Dan WicklineHas quietly been working at Bleeding Cool for over three years. He has written comics for Image, Top Cow, Shadowline, Avatar, IDW, Dynamite, Moonstone, Humanoids and Zenescope. He is the author of the Lucius Fogg series of novels and a published photographer.
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The Dark-Hunters, Vol. 4
Displaying 1 - 10 of 32 reviewsEdited May 4, 2012
It's nice to see the world brought to life. Only Compared to the books it is not that good. As a standalone manga series it would be great.
It was new reading a book backwards. This is my first manga.
I'm so happy I have read this manga! It reminded me just how much I love the DH universe! It always puts a smile on my face when my H/h find their HEA!
4 stelline se le merita tutte,ma non di più.
Le tavole sono pulite e non tanto "sacrificate"...purtroppo scoccia un pò la censura della storia, che considerando lo svolgimento della trama di Talon, toglie una bella fetta di materiale.
come nei primi 2 volumi,anche nel terzo il povero Julian è il personaggio peggio disegnato (va bene che l'idea di bellezza sarà cambiata nei secoli,ma sto povero ragazzo è davvero inguardabile); non rispecchia minimamente il reale personaggio, anzi lo svalorizza e ridicolizza!
Acheron resta il migliore:è curato in ogni tavola e non c'è angolazone in cui non sia perfetto; più o meno come Talon che resta "costante" dalla prima all'ultima tavola.
A differenza degli altri volumi, nel quarto non appare Julian quindi è stato necessario "distruggere" graficamente un altro personaggio...e la sorte ha voluto che fosse proprio il mio amatissimo Vane!
Impressionante, terribile, pessimo, brutto e mal disegnato! ha la faccia che sembra deformata e la montagna di muscoli che tanto decanta Acheron è sostituita dal corpo di un adolescente prepuberale.
Per non parlare di Bride: se quel disegno rappresenta una donna che porta la taglia 50...o in America hanno la numerazione che parte da 48 oppure hanno inteso che la taglia maxi fosse solo riferita al seno!
per quanto il fumetto mi sia piaciuto, queste piccole sviste sminuiscono l'intero lavoro perchè sembra sia stato disegnato da persone che non hanno letto i libri e se l'hanno fatto, non con la dovuta attenzione.
Gak! Can I claw my eyes out right now?!
Don't get me wrong - I am a fan of both Sherrilyn Kenyon as well as manga in general. Granted, neither Kyrian or Talon's stories were my favourites in the DH world, but still...
The art ruined it for me. Val, Tabitha, Vane and Nick - who all make appearances - are some of my favourite characters in the DH universe (like squeeee-favourite ;) . Yes, I know what a reader imagines is never the same as someone else's vision. (Which is why, IMO, the book is always better than the movie ;) But I still can't see the boys looking like teenaged wannabes and the girls as lolita-esque midgets (that was so not Bride in volume 3). And yes, I am well aware of the manga "style" (and some of it is quite breathtaking art), but this felt like an uncomfortable (sometimes literally - arms and elbows, especially, were awkwardly drawn) fusion of eastern manga and western comics.
I think I'll stick to the originals...
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Mini-Review: The Finale... for now!
So even though there's a good 20 or so novels and a handful of short stories in the Dark-Hunters series, it seems that the comic books are leaving off at the end of Talon and Sunshine's story. Which sort of sucks for two reasons:
1) The artwork has improved and it would have been fun to see Campos's interpretation of the other Hunters, leading ladies, and assorted random baddies and allies alike. Especially Simi, Ash's demon/dragon/overly-protective tattoo (um, just read the series, it totally makes sense in world).
2) Perhaps it was the cutesy, shoujo style, but the comics were way more light-hearted than the novels. I mean, face it, being a tortured, dark warrior is literally a prerequisite for becoming a Dark-Hunter, so it was nice to read the series without the hero interrupting every few chapters to remind you that his is misery and solitude personified.
Another fantastic edition to the world of Dark Hunters! I absolutely love seeing one of my favorite books in comic form. The best part about this manga is the artwork, it's fantastic and really captures each character perfectly.
My only issues were that there were typos, a huge pet peeve of mine (which is the reason it got 4 stars and not 5). The second problem is that the book this manga is based on is very long and has an intricate storyline, one that is difficult to portray in a short comic. While I understood everything that was going on, I'm not sure if someone who has never read the books would.
I really loved The Dark-Hunters Manga Vol. 4, but I wouldn't really recommend it to anyone who hasn't read Kenyon's Dark Hunters series.
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The volume cemented my dislike of the characters Talon and Sunshine. Their attraction to each other in this lifetime had no basis beyond lust. I just wasn't satisfied with the reasons for their loving each other so quickly. Furthermore the plot was only made interesting due to Archeron and Zarek (who is now a definite favorite character in this universe.) And actually the only plot that really had to do with Talon, involved Camulus, and it was made mute all with a single necklace. BORING.
This volume and volume 3 didn't do it for me at all, but it definitely hinted that volume 5 would center around Zarek, and if it does I will read it for that reason alone. If not I think I am done with the manga version of these books.
I thought it was interesting on how the author transformed the view in vampires. When I read the series, I thought of the originality of vampires, (weakness, how they look, etc.) with some of Richelle Mead's 'Vampire Academy' from the Strigoi and Moroi of Romanian mythology. I'm not a fan when it comes to splitting up a series with different 'main' characters of a series unless there's some sort of connection between some of the characters, but I did like how this manga series turned out. I'd say: unless you are a MAJOR fan when it comes to anything dealing with vampires, this is a series for you. Rating the overall series, the sum comes out to be a 3.5 of 5 stars. I expected it to be a little more exciting, but the romance is what got me into Dark-Hunters :)
This is the 4th Dark Hunters Manga book, and the 2nd book in Talon and Sunshine's tale.
In this volume Talon and Sunshine (who is a reincarnation of his dead wife)face off against some Greek and Celtic gods looking on making a major comeback... and they need a sacrifice or two to make it happen! Wonderfully drawn, and all the action, romance and humor of the novels translate really well into manga form! What I enjoy the most, is that I read the original novel so long ago, that the story is new again this way! If you're a Dark Hunter fan, you'll love these manga books, too!
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‘Dark-Hunter’, ‘The League’ Author Sherrilyn Kenyon Signs With Zero Gravity Management
EXCLUSIVE: Bestselling author Sherrilyn Kenyon, best known for her Dark-Hunter series, has signed with Zero Gravity Management for representation in film, television, and book-to-film-and-TV rights.
Since her first book debuted in 1993 while she was still in college, Kenyon has placed multiple series on the New York Times bestseller list in all formats and genres, including manga and graphic novels, and has more than 70 million books in print worldwide. In addition to Dark-Hunter, her current series include Chronicles of Nick, Deadman’s Cross, Nevermore, Lords of Avalon and The League.
Over the years, her Lords of Avalon novels have been adapted by Marvel, and her Dark-Hunter and Chronicles of Nick are New York Times bestselling manga and comics, and are No. 1 bestselling adult coloring books.
Zero Gravity Management, producers behind the Emmy-winning Netflix series Ozark and box office hit Honest Thief, directed by Mark Williams, recently wrapped production on Joe Carnahan’s Cop Shop, starring Gerard Butler and Frank Grillo.
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Defying all odds is what #1 New York Times and international bestselling author Sherrilyn Kenyon McQueen does best. Rising from extreme poverty as a child that culminated in being a homeless mother with an infant and now a phoenix forced to rebuild her career and life after an out-of-control judge violated her civil rights and bankrupted her to set up a "legal fund" with her money to pay his former business associates and threaten the very worlds and universes millions of fans the world over have come to cherish. She has become one of the most popular and influential authors in the world (in both adult and young adult fiction), with dedicated legions of fans known as Paladins-thousands of whom proudly sport tattoos from her numerous genre-defying series.
Since her first book debuted in 1993 while she was still in college, she has placed more than 80 novels on the New York Times list in all formats and genres, including manga and graphic novels, and has more than 70 million books in print worldwide. Her current series include: Dark-Hunters®, Chronicles of Nick®, Deadman's Cross™, Silent Swans™, Nevermore™, Lords of Avalon® and The League®.
Over the years, her Lords of Avalon® novels have been adapted by Marvel, and her Dark-Hunters® and Chronicles of Nick® are New York Times bestselling manga and comics, and are #1 bestselling adult coloring books.
Join her and her Paladins online at QueenofAllShadows.com and www.facebook.com/mysherrilyn.
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The Dark-Hunter universe contains short stories, novels, and comics/manga by Sherrilyn Kenyon. The works span more than 25 years of writing and cover the paranormal, historical, and fantasy genres; most have an element of romance as well. They feature several subseries, with many characters and story lines crossing over.
Novels and Stories
|Reading Order ||Title||Main Character(s)||Original Publication Date||Anthology||Dark-Hunter||Were-Hunter||Dream-Hunter||Hellchaser||Lords of Avalon||Deadman's Cross||The Chronicles of Nick|
|.1||"Where Angels Fear to Tread"||Zeke||1992-02-02||Blood Lite|
|1||Fantasy Lover||Julian and Grace||2002-02-02|
|1||Dark-Hunters||Julian and Grace||2022-12-28|
|2||Night Pleasures||Kyrian and Amanda||2002-10-01||1|
|3||"Dragonswan"||Sebastian and Channon||2002-07-01||In Other Worlds||.1|
|4||Night Embrace||Talon and Sunshine||2003-07-01||2|
|4.1||"Phantom Lover"||V'Aidan and Erin||2004||Midnight Pleasures|
|4.2||"A Dark-Hunter Christmas"||Gallagher||2003-11-28||Dark Bites|
|5||Dance with the Devil||Zarek and Astrid||2003-11-28||3|
|6||Kiss of the Night||Wulf and Cassandra||2004-03-28||4|
|6.1||"The Wager"||Thomas and Aquila||2002-08-01||Elemental|
The Mammoth Book of Paranormal Romance
|6.2||Sword of Darkness||Kerrigan and Seren||2006-03-28||1|
|6.3||Knight of Darkness||Varian and Merewyn||2006-11-01||2|
|7||Night Play||Vane and Bride||2004-08-03||1|
|7.1||"Winter Born"||Dante and Pandora||2004||Stroke of Midnight|
|8||Seize the Night||Valerius and Tabitha||2004-12-28||5|
|9||Sins of the Night||Alexion and Danger||2005-06-28||6|
|9.1||"A Hard Day's Night Searcher"||Rafael and Celena||1993-03-03||My Big Fat Supernatural Wedding|
|10||Unleash the Night||Wren and Maggie||2005-12-27||2|
|11||Dark Side of the Moon||Ravyn and Susan||2006-05-30||3|
|11.1||"Until Death We Do Part"||Velkan and Esperetta||2006||Love at First Bite|
|12||The Dream-Hunter||Arik and Geary||2007-02-06||2|
|12.1||"Fear the Darkness"||Nick||2007-01-01||Dark Bites||6.3|
|13||Devil May Cry||Sin and Kat||2007-08-03||7|
|14||Upon the Midnight Clear||Aidan and Leta||2007-11-02||3|
|14.1||"Shadow of the Moon"||Fury and Angelia||2008-12-01||Dead After Dark|
|15||Dream Chaser||Xypher and Simone||2008-02-02||4|
|16||Acheron||Acheron, Ryssa, and Tory||2008-08-04||8|
|17||One Silent Night||Stryker and Zephyra||2008-11-02||9|
|18||Dream Warrior||Jericho and Delphine||2009-02-03||5|
|19||Bad Moon Rising||Fang and Aimee||2009-08-04||4||4|
|20||No Mercy||Dev and Samia||2010-09-07||10||5|
|21||Retribution||Sundown and Abigail||2011-08-02||11|
|22||The Guardian||Seth and Lydia||2011-11-01||6||6||6|
|22.1||"Redemption" ||Seth and Lydia||2011-12-03||6.1||6.1|
|23||Time Untime||Ren and Kateri||2012-08-07||12|
|24||Styxx||Styxx and Bethany||2013-09-03||13|
|24.1||House of the Rising Son||Aricles and Bathymaas||2014-01-21||Dark Bites|
|25||Son of No One||Cadegan and Jo||2014-09-02||7||7||3|
|26||Dragonbane||Maxis and Seraphina||2015-08-04||14||8||8||4|
|27||Dragonmark||Illarion and Edilyn||2016-08-02||15||9||5|
|27.5||Deadmen Walking||Devyl and Mara||2017-05-09||1||1|
|28||Dragonsworn||Falcyn and Medea||2017-08-04||16||10||6|
|28.75||Death Doesn't Bargain||Kalder and Cameron||2018-05-08||2||2|
|30||"Toil & Trouble"||Misery||2019-10-01||Hex Life||17.1||7.1|
|31||At Death's Door||Ghede and Valynda||2019-09-10||3||3|
|32||Shadow Fallen||Valteri and Ariel||2022-04-12||9|
|33||Queen of All Shadows||Xander and Brynna||2024-12-31||18||11||7||8|
- ↑This reading order is pieced together from information on Sherrilyn's website. She has made several official reading order lists for each series, but this is an attempt to incorporate all books in the Dark-Hunter world.
- ↑Short story available on Sherrilyn's website. Look for "Redemption/Bonus".
Comics & Manga
- Dark-Hunters Hellchasers: Where Angels Fear to Tread
- The Dark-Hunters, Vol. 1
- The Dark-Hunters, Vol. 2
- The Dark-Hunters, Vol. 3
- The Dark-Hunters, Vol. 4
- Lords of Avalon: Sword of Darkness
- Lords of Avalon: Knight of Darkness
- Acheron: Dark-Hunter
- The Dark-Hunters: Infinity, Vol. 1
- The Dark-Hunters: Infinity, Vol. 2
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