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Stephen King's 'N'
Volume 1 - Episodes
#1-5
72.0
55.7

The sister of a recently deceased psychiatrist goes through her brothers things and finds case notes of an unusual and intriguingly disturbed patient. The patient has a deadly obsession that might save the world, and answer the questions of her brothers suicide.

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Characters:
6
6 / 10
Story:
6.5
6.5 / 10
Artwork:
3.5
3.5 / 10
Animation:
4
4 / 10
Sound:
6.5
6.5 / 10
Value for $:
6.5
6.5 / 10
Hook Factor:
6
6 / 10
55.7%
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Genre:
Modern
Episodes in Series:
5
Rating:
TV-14
Issue Title:
Volume 1 - Episodes
Issue #
1-5
Director:
-
Author:
Stephen King
Publisher:
Marvel
Artists:
Alex Maleev
Jose Villarrubia
Motion By:
CBS Interactive
Release Date:
July 28, 2008
Company:
CBS Interactive
Duration:
7 mins
Price:
US $0.99
Available From:

© 2008, Stephen King. All Rights Reserved.

Master storyteller Stephen King present a revolutionary new form of entertainment: his short story N., brought to vibrant life through a series of 25 motion comic episodes.

The series of motion comics tells the story of a psychiatrist who falls victim to the same deadly obsession as his patient - an obsession that might just save the world. Drawn by award winning artist Alex Maleev and colored by famed comic book colorist Jose Villarrubia, the episodes are adapted by Mark Guggenheim with oversight from Stephen King.

Originally N can be found in Stephen King's collection of short stories title Just After Sunset.

 


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Motion Comics Reviews
Re: N

I struggled with this one, the episodes were too short and I found having to load another episode every minute and a half very interupting to the story flow. I felt it just repeated itself over and over with little progress, I guess that is what the story was kind of about. It opened more questions than it answered, I would have liked to see some closer to the story perhaps I should buy the book? The animation was the most limited I've seen in a motion comic to date in fact I'd say its barely a motion comic than a series of moving stills. The sound was great, voice over didn't quite connect with the artwork. I didn't care for the characters, perhaps in larger novel books you can take the time to expand the story but in a time based medium like motion comics you got to use your time wisely... can't say I'm hook.

Characters:
4
4
Story:
4
4
Artwork:
1
1
Animation:
1
1
Sound:
5
5
Value for $:
5
5
Hook Factor:
3
3
Overall:
32.9
Review by Richard
Scary!

It's Steven King alright! Got his scary touch all over it. Really enjoyed it, and am so curios as to what's going on. I like the way they haven't overdone the motion comic side of it. It's just a cool scary story.

Characters:
8
8
Story:
9
9
Artwork:
6
6
Animation:
7
7
Sound:
8
8
Value for $:
8
8
Hook Factor:
9
9
Overall:
78.6
Review by Grant Ford
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