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by Andres Guinaldo,Joe R. Lansdale

eBook Joe R. Lansdale's The Drive-In ePub
Author: Andres Guinaldo,Joe R. Lansdale
Language: English
ISBN: 1592910289
ISBN13: 978-1592910281
Publisher: Avatar Press (January 31, 2006)
Pages: 112
Category: Graphic Novels
Subcategory: Graphic Comics
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 510
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ePub file: 1717 kb
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This is a list of works by author Joe R. Lansdale. Dates by original publication; some novels or stories were written years prior to actual publication. These are a few novels Lansdale wrote under the pseudonym "Jack Buchanan".

This is a list of works by author Joe R. These novels were co-written with Stephen Mertz, Michael Newton, and Bill Crider. Some people erroneously report that Lansdale is responsible for the entire series, which is definitely not true. Many were adapted to comic books. Texas Monthly Article.

Imagine a jam-packed drive-in on a Saturday night. You're kicking back in your car with the popcorn and enjoying a good old-fashioned scary monster movie when, suddenly, the drive-in itself becomes the movie, with all its attendant thrills-and dangers.

Joe R. Lansdale's The Drive-In Paperback – January 31, 2006. The Drive-In was well-written book for sure. Overall, the story left me flat. by. Joe R. Lansdale (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. It seemed to be derivative of some other book, but I cannot recall witch one. It read like a Science Fiction B movie, which is not a bad thing, but it just did not work for me. If I had it to do over again, I would rather see this one as a cheesy Sci-Fi movie. Joe Lansdale is an excellent writer, but this one was a definite miss. The story seemed like the same thing over and over and over again. Lansdale's The Drive-In book. I especially like Lansdale's wackier stuff like Zeppelins West and Flaming London. The Drive-In is almost as wacky as those books. However, it's not an absurd pastiche

Joe R. However, it's not an absurd pastiche. Instead, it's an homage to B-movie horror flicks (obviously).

Lansdale lovers rejoice, the team that brought you The Drive-In is back for this sequel to one of horror's most beloved books, The Drive-In 2! Artist Andres Guinaldo returns to bring to life the next chapter of the story about a group of friends who wanted nothing more than to enjoy a day at th. .

Lansdale lovers rejoice, the team that brought you The Drive-In is back for this sequel to one of horror's most beloved books, The Drive-In 2! Artist Andres Guinaldo returns to bring to life the next chapter of the story about a group of friends who wanted nothing more than to enjoy a day at the movies. But when a comet brought true horror to life, the body count started to mount

Lansdale lovers rejoice, the team that brought you The Drive-In is back for this sequel to one of horrors most beloved books, The Drive-In 2! Artist Andres Guinaldo returns to bring to life the next chapter of the story about a group of friends who wanted nothing more than to enjoy a day at th.

Lansdale lovers rejoice, the team that brought you The Drive-In is back for this sequel to one of horrors most beloved books, The Drive-In 2! Artist Andres Guinaldo returns to bring to life the next chapter of the story about a group of friends who wanted nothing more than to enjoy a day at the movies. But when a comet brought true horror to life, the body count started to mount.

The Drive-In: The Bus Tour. Creatures Thirty Years of Mhristopher & Lansdale, Joe R. & McCammon, Robert & Mieville, China & Priest, Cherie & Sarrantonio, Al & Schow, David & Langan, John & Tremblay, Paul. But when a comet brought true horror to life, the body count started to mount

Other books by joe r. The Drive-in serves as a great introduction for those unfamiliar with Lansdale.

Other books by joe r. A B movie night with popcorn and water moccasins. Book one - the drive-in. It is abounding with the outlandish charm and style that is uniquely his own. -Sun-Sentinel, Michael Sellard. Lansdale’s Drive-in novels make for a classic American trilogy. If your Americans happen to be George A. Romero, Roger Corman, and Stuart Gordon. This is what a Twilight Zone episode directed by Herschell Gordon Lewis might have been like. Thrust, Howard Coleman. Lansdale/Andres Guinaldo. Get started today for free. All Documents from Joe R. Lansdale's The Drive-In. eng 254 final 2013-07-02. english 254- exam 1 2013-06-16.

by Joe R. Lansdale & Andres Guinaldo Collected here is the complete four-issue series with bonus materials, including a new interview with Lansdale himself about the writing of The Drive-In. Joe Lansdale's epic of insanity finally comes to comics, 10 years in the making! When a group of friends decide to spend a day at the world's largest drive-in theater horror fest, they expected to see tons of bloody murders, rampaging madmen, and mayhem - but only on the screen!
elektron
I am sure I will be going against the grain here. The Drive-In was well-written book for sure. Overall, the story left me flat. It seemed to be derivative of some other book, but I cannot recall witch one. It read like a Science Fiction B movie, which is not a bad thing, but it just did not work for me. If I had it to do over again, I would rather see this one as a cheesy Sci-Fi movie. Joe Lansdale is an excellent writer, but this one was a definite miss. The story seemed like the same thing over and over and over again. After a while I got bored with it all. Sorry Joe!!
Vinainl
I like Lansdale, but the repetition in the story and the hopelessness of the story he wrote are enough to say, I'm not getting the sequels. Read "A Thin Dark Line" and skip this.
Nidora
I like Joe Lansdale's work. This might be a bit weird for some, but I liked the Lovecraftian overtones and the end which left room for some more stories.
IGOT
This was my first entry into the world of Lansdale and what a wild one to start with! Many of us monster kids have fond memories of growing up with the local drive-in and this story definitely has that feeling at its heart... Along with some wacky B-movie staples, violence, humor, and otherwise twisted debauchary. I really enjoyed the first portion of the book - learning about the characters' friendships and their excitement about the drive-in. However, I wasn't that stoked about the ending, but I am curious where story goes in the sequel.
Throw her heart
It's frightening and it's darkly funny. This was my second read and it was just as dazzling as the first. If you're squeamish I could not recommend this less. It is very graphic. If it might help influence you to read this gem, you have this author to thank for 'Bubba Ho-tep" :)
Sharpbrew
The story starts off like "The Wonder Years" and shortly heads right for the "Twilight Zone". I can see where some people might not care for the quick change to total weirdness, but I love it. Joe R Lansdale is a master story teller and that's the truth.
sunrise bird
This book was recommended by a friend. It was different than many other books I have read in the past. There are 2 more books that follow this one. if I run out of reading than maybe I'll give them a shot
Disliked, expected something scary. This wasn't it. The idea of Texas drive in movie horror novel sounded good, but a few chapters in and I lost interest.
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