Groom Lake

[PDF] Groom Lake | by à Ben Templesmith Chris Ryall - Groom Lake, Groom Lake The truth is out er under there In the remote Nevada desert there sits a dry lakebed called Groom Lake and under that land resides a secret base that holds all the secrets of the world Not this worl [PDF] Groom Lake | by à Ben Templesmith Chris Ryall - Groom Lake, Groom Lake The truth is out er under there In the remote Nevada desert there sits a dry lakebed called Groom Lake and under that land resides a secret base that holds all the secrets of the world Not this worl

  • Title: Groom Lake
  • Author: Ben Templesmith Chris Ryall
  • ISBN: 9781600105364
  • Page: 444
  • Format: Paperback
Groom Lake

[PDF] Groom Lake | by à Ben Templesmith Chris Ryall, Groom Lake, Ben Templesmith Chris Ryall, Groom Lake The truth is out er under there In the remote Nevada desert there sits a dry lakebed called Groom Lake and under that land resides a secret base that holds all the secrets of the world Not this world either Karl Bauer s father disappeared on him a year ago but he didn t just go out for cigarettes in the usual way of abandoning his kid Turns out his father wasThe truth is out er und [PDF] Groom Lake | by à Ben Templesmith Chris Ryall - Groom Lake, Groom Lake The truth is out er under there In the remote Nevada desert there sits a dry lakebed called Groom Lake and under that land resides a secret base that holds all the secrets of the world Not this worl

  • [PDF] Groom Lake | by à Ben Templesmith Chris Ryall
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Groom Lake

About “Ben Templesmith Chris Ryall

  • Ben Templesmith Chris Ryall

    Illustrator and writer of graphic novels comics Photograph of author by Peow Yeong October 16 2011 at the 2011 New York Comic Convention in Manhattan.



927 thoughts on “Groom Lake

  • The book is a 3.5 for me and unfortunately suffers from a convoluted first section that is clunky and very boring I now remember attempting to read this a few years ago now The book isn t without its flaws, a chunky and messy beginning, annoys than opening interest The finale is the strongest part and I was flipping those pages like crazy I m interested to see if there are books in this series but I won t get to them for some time.


  • Call me a bad mother It seemed like a fun thing to read with my 11 year old Exploding gonads, chain smoking aliens, semi SS style government agents I don t know I liked the art I did receive a, Mom, you are so weird, out of it so I got that going on But it was kind of a disappointment Wholly memorable, however.


  • I have not read many graphic novels but I must say, I enjoyed this one the most The story was great and the illustrations were fabulous there is even an art gallery of beautifully illustrated pictures at the book I highly recommend this one


  • This was mostly an ok read Interesting take on the whole Area 51 plot Basically, the story is a guy, whose father had been kidnapped by aliens, is now captured by the government that has an interest in his DNA The government has been keeping aliens and their technology underground for years The guy decides to escape with help from some of the aliens The cynical tones were a different take, but it does get a bit on the heavy side after a while some readers may or not like that There is some dark [...]


  • This was fine The story was pretty generic nothing new, nothing particularly hilarious, certainly nothing profound, but still entertaining enough Judging from the stuff I ve read, this seems to me or less Ryall s signature style I like Templesmith s art a lot, but it s very uniform across titles, so you don t get a distinct look for any particular book That s fine it s just another place where this book doesn t disappoint, but doesn t stand out.Overall, this was an acceptable way to spend some [...]


  • Once again Ben Templesmith gives life and blood to a very silly tale, in this case a hick plus a buncha aliens busting out of Area 51 in order to destroy earth Or avert earth s destruction Anyway, it all began with an anal probe


  • Ryall and Templesmith seem to be having fun with this one, with a few good jokes and some nifty art, but it winds up not being that far away from every other go at the gray alien mythos Nice last page, though, and a self deprecating introduction by Whitley Streiber.


  • This was a fun little science fiction story with great Templesmith art throughout The plot isn t anything to write home about, but the characters particularly the captive aliens are delightful enough to make up for it.


  • I ve been on an alien kick lately, and this was fantastic The art is only okay, the story isn t all that original, and the characters are fairly dull, but something about it resonated and left me wanting It kept my attention, and at the end it was pretty good.


  • I m not upset I read it, nor am I especially pleased It was a fun read at times, not a new story, but a decent story Unfortunately the author never got me to care about any of the characters, or what happened to them But hey, I read it.


  • I would ve given this 1 star, but I really like Ben Templesmith s artwork The story was atrocious it seemed to have been written by a 16 year old boy obsessed with ladybits and anal probs.








  • Not really my style for either art or humour but not bad either If there are further installments I ll read them if I see them at the store but I wouldn t go out of my way to order them.






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