The Broken Vow

The Broken Vow

Only the very brave or the very desperate dare enter the Spill Zone?Addison Merritt is a little of both. In exchange for a suitcase full of cash, she made one last to the Zone. She survived the encounter, but came back changed. Addison is not alone. In a remote village in North Korea, a young man named Jae was touched by the unholy fire of the Spill Zone. He made it out ali Only the very brave or the very desperate dare enter the Spill Zone?Addison Merritt is a little of both. In excha...

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Title:The Broken Vow
Author:Scott Westerfeld
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:The Broken Vow
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:231 pages pages

The Broken Vow Reviews

  • Renata
    Aug 13, 2018

    I'm not typically the sort of person who picks up a book the day it comes out, but while running errands yesterday, I stopped by the comic shop to clear out my box after at least a month or so, and found out that Spill Zone #2 was out. (But that they couldn't actually sell it to me yet...

    Do you like sleep? No, you don?t, if you?re reading Spill Zone. There is literally not one component of this story that is not creepy. The premise, the voice, the art?It?s the most uneasy feeling reading it. Which is why I couldn?t wait for Broken Vow. Book one left us ...

    The second volume in this series lives up to all the promise of the first, and expands on it to bring us an even better book this time around. The art isn't what I usually like but it's effectively used - drawing the completely other, non-euclidean creatures of the Spill can't be ea...

    This was deliciously creepy and had such a good ending. I'm curious to see if there will be more because there definitely could be. **Huge thanks to First Second for providing a finished copy free of charge** ...

    What the hell? You know when an author is building up this exciting suspense around a topic or certain aspect of a story, like a location, character, or any other element? And so you read on, really interested and making up your own theories in your mind. But then we the time com...

    Expanded on the world, but left just enough for me to desperately want more. I must admit, though, that I liked the atmosphere of the first book more. The very ending of this was pretty cool though. ...

    Three years ago something happened in Poughkeepsie, New York that left the town changed. Inside the Spill Zone nothing is quite right anymore. Dead bodies stand motionless, caught where they fell; strange creatures wander the zone; no one who goes into the zone comes out the same. A...

    Continuing the awesome series debut, the second installment has the action, the oddness, the intrigue, and the next-level artwork that the first one had. And includes the crazy talking doll who takes possession and others get drunk on the power that might lie within the spill zone. ...

    The second volume of Spill Zone really doesn't disappoint - the art is still fantastic and there is still a lot to be discovered about the world these characters inhabit. ...

    A pretty decent conclusion to the story started in the first volume. I had forgotten a lot of the background info so it took a few pages for me to jumpstart my brain but once I did I found myself getting back into it. This volume finally fills us in on what actually happened on Spill N...

    I lost interest when the story became this... 'I hate you because you killed blah-dee-blah.' 'I only killed blah-dee-blah because they killed so-and-so.' *** Insert comment from an eavesdropping character. I know, I know. She couldn't help it at this point... 'But I killed all the ...

    This second installment of the Spill Zone series does not disappoint. Full of twists and turns, I couldn't put this book down! ...

    REVIEW TO COME ...

    This was a great graphic novel. The first, Spill Zone, was weird yet fascinating. Broken View had big shoes to fill and did so wonderfully. With the disproportionate creatures and mysterious. More insight was given to the night of the spill, yet I still want more. I hope this is not th...

    When I read the first book, I was completely hooked. In the sequel we finally get much needed answers, like who really is Vespertine. I would recommend this for fans of Stranger Things ...

    SPILL ZONE: THE BROKEN VOW was even more strange and creepy than the first novel. I have very similar feelings about this book to the first, especially about the art. I am not entirely used to graphic novels and find myself missing the fantastic artwork to get to the words faster. I co...

    I will be entirely honest, I didn?t know where this story was going to go! Regarding the art and style in this graphic novel, you can read my review for the first book here (because the same opinions apply to Spill Zone: The Broken Vow). And, as I mention in said review, I found that...

    This graphic novel is an interesting young adult story that is able to cross audiences to include an adult audience who should be able to be complete immerse in this world. This is the second in the series and unfortunately, I have not read the first in the series which I will soon...

    The colours in this book are spectacular! The story is dark and creepy but somehow the vibrant colours work. I love how this story wrapped up and didn't completely close the door on a continuation. Even if I don't get a sequel I'm quite pleased with how this concluded. ...

    still beautifully drawn but a bit of a letdown from the previous edition where everything felt more WTF!? some sci-fi/gov't response tropes felt contrived. Even so, it had an appropriately creepy ending. ...

    Full review to come but this is just as weird and wonderful as the first book ...

    Love the art but didn't find the story quite as compelling as Vol 1. Still, a good series for teens into spooky weird shit. ...

  • Emma (Miss Print)
    Jun 30, 2018

    I'm not typically the sort of person who picks up a book the day it comes out, but while running errands yesterday, I stopped by the comic shop to clear out my box after at least a month or so, and found out that Spill Zone #2 was out. (But that they couldn't actually sell it to me yet...

    Do you like sleep? No, you don?t, if you?re reading Spill Zone. There is literally not one component of this story that is not creepy. The premise, the voice, the art?It?s the most uneasy feeling reading it. Which is why I couldn?t wait for Broken Vow. Book one left us ...

    The second volume in this series lives up to all the promise of the first, and expands on it to bring us an even better book this time around. The art isn't what I usually like but it's effectively used - drawing the completely other, non-euclidean creatures of the Spill can't be ea...

    This was deliciously creepy and had such a good ending. I'm curious to see if there will be more because there definitely could be. **Huge thanks to First Second for providing a finished copy free of charge** ...

    What the hell? You know when an author is building up this exciting suspense around a topic or certain aspect of a story, like a location, character, or any other element? And so you read on, really interested and making up your own theories in your mind. But then we the time com...

    Expanded on the world, but left just enough for me to desperately want more. I must admit, though, that I liked the atmosphere of the first book more. The very ending of this was pretty cool though. ...

    Three years ago something happened in Poughkeepsie, New York that left the town changed. Inside the Spill Zone nothing is quite right anymore. Dead bodies stand motionless, caught where they fell; strange creatures wander the zone; no one who goes into the zone comes out the same. A...

  • Michelle Morrell
    Sep 13, 2018

    I'm not typically the sort of person who picks up a book the day it comes out, but while running errands yesterday, I stopped by the comic shop to clear out my box after at least a month or so, and found out that Spill Zone #2 was out. (But that they couldn't actually sell it to me yet...

    Do you like sleep? No, you don?t, if you?re reading Spill Zone. There is literally not one component of this story that is not creepy. The premise, the voice, the art?It?s the most uneasy feeling reading it. Which is why I couldn?t wait for Broken Vow. Book one left us ...

    The second volume in this series lives up to all the promise of the first, and expands on it to bring us an even better book this time around. The art isn't what I usually like but it's effectively used - drawing the completely other, non-euclidean creatures of the Spill can't be ea...

    This was deliciously creepy and had such a good ending. I'm curious to see if there will be more because there definitely could be. **Huge thanks to First Second for providing a finished copy free of charge** ...

    What the hell? You know when an author is building up this exciting suspense around a topic or certain aspect of a story, like a location, character, or any other element? And so you read on, really interested and making up your own theories in your mind. But then we the time com...

    Expanded on the world, but left just enough for me to desperately want more. I must admit, though, that I liked the atmosphere of the first book more. The very ending of this was pretty cool though. ...

    Three years ago something happened in Poughkeepsie, New York that left the town changed. Inside the Spill Zone nothing is quite right anymore. Dead bodies stand motionless, caught where they fell; strange creatures wander the zone; no one who goes into the zone comes out the same. A...

    Continuing the awesome series debut, the second installment has the action, the oddness, the intrigue, and the next-level artwork that the first one had. And includes the crazy talking doll who takes possession and others get drunk on the power that might lie within the spill zone. ...

    The second volume of Spill Zone really doesn't disappoint - the art is still fantastic and there is still a lot to be discovered about the world these characters inhabit. ...

    A pretty decent conclusion to the story started in the first volume. I had forgotten a lot of the background info so it took a few pages for me to jumpstart my brain but once I did I found myself getting back into it. This volume finally fills us in on what actually happened on Spill N...

    I lost interest when the story became this... 'I hate you because you killed blah-dee-blah.' 'I only killed blah-dee-blah because they killed so-and-so.' *** Insert comment from an eavesdropping character. I know, I know. She couldn't help it at this point... 'But I killed all the ...

    This second installment of the Spill Zone series does not disappoint. Full of twists and turns, I couldn't put this book down! ...

    REVIEW TO COME ...

    This was a great graphic novel. The first, Spill Zone, was weird yet fascinating. Broken View had big shoes to fill and did so wonderfully. With the disproportionate creatures and mysterious. More insight was given to the night of the spill, yet I still want more. I hope this is not th...

    When I read the first book, I was completely hooked. In the sequel we finally get much needed answers, like who really is Vespertine. I would recommend this for fans of Stranger Things ...

    SPILL ZONE: THE BROKEN VOW was even more strange and creepy than the first novel. I have very similar feelings about this book to the first, especially about the art. I am not entirely used to graphic novels and find myself missing the fantastic artwork to get to the words faster. I co...

    I will be entirely honest, I didn?t know where this story was going to go! Regarding the art and style in this graphic novel, you can read my review for the first book here (because the same opinions apply to Spill Zone: The Broken Vow). And, as I mention in said review, I found that...

    This graphic novel is an interesting young adult story that is able to cross audiences to include an adult audience who should be able to be complete immerse in this world. This is the second in the series and unfortunately, I have not read the first in the series which I will soon...

    The colours in this book are spectacular! The story is dark and creepy but somehow the vibrant colours work. I love how this story wrapped up and didn't completely close the door on a continuation. Even if I don't get a sequel I'm quite pleased with how this concluded. ...

    still beautifully drawn but a bit of a letdown from the previous edition where everything felt more WTF!? some sci-fi/gov't response tropes felt contrived. Even so, it had an appropriately creepy ending. ...

    Full review to come but this is just as weird and wonderful as the first book ...

    Love the art but didn't find the story quite as compelling as Vol 1. Still, a good series for teens into spooky weird shit. ...

    Flat conclusion to the first book, predictable and cliche :( ...

    Pretty fun! AMAZING art! I think it's the last one? Definitely left room for more events but also wrapped up most things. ...

    Wicked cool art that's still easy to follow, love the story. ...

    3.5 stars I just love the art style in these books, and the creepy stylistic feeling it gives off. The story is intriguing and odd in a good way, but I?m still confused? I?m not sure whether there will be more to the series, and I don?t know whether I?ll continue on if there i...

    Not quite as ambitious or gripping as the first, but still gorgeous art, creepy action, mysterious happenings. A nice round ending (though left open for more). ...

  • Patrick
    Jun 27, 2018

    I'm not typically the sort of person who picks up a book the day it comes out, but while running errands yesterday, I stopped by the comic shop to clear out my box after at least a month or so, and found out that Spill Zone #2 was out. (But that they couldn't actually sell it to me yet...

  • Molly
    Feb 23, 2018

    I'm not typically the sort of person who picks up a book the day it comes out, but while running errands yesterday, I stopped by the comic shop to clear out my box after at least a month or so, and found out that Spill Zone #2 was out. (But that they couldn't actually sell it to me yet...

    Do you like sleep? No, you don?t, if you?re reading Spill Zone. There is literally not one component of this story that is not creepy. The premise, the voice, the art?It?s the most uneasy feeling reading it. Which is why I couldn?t wait for Broken Vow. Book one left us ...

    The second volume in this series lives up to all the promise of the first, and expands on it to bring us an even better book this time around. The art isn't what I usually like but it's effectively used - drawing the completely other, non-euclidean creatures of the Spill can't be ea...

    This was deliciously creepy and had such a good ending. I'm curious to see if there will be more because there definitely could be. **Huge thanks to First Second for providing a finished copy free of charge** ...

    What the hell? You know when an author is building up this exciting suspense around a topic or certain aspect of a story, like a location, character, or any other element? And so you read on, really interested and making up your own theories in your mind. But then we the time com...

    Expanded on the world, but left just enough for me to desperately want more. I must admit, though, that I liked the atmosphere of the first book more. The very ending of this was pretty cool though. ...

    Three years ago something happened in Poughkeepsie, New York that left the town changed. Inside the Spill Zone nothing is quite right anymore. Dead bodies stand motionless, caught where they fell; strange creatures wander the zone; no one who goes into the zone comes out the same. A...

    Continuing the awesome series debut, the second installment has the action, the oddness, the intrigue, and the next-level artwork that the first one had. And includes the crazy talking doll who takes possession and others get drunk on the power that might lie within the spill zone. ...

    The second volume of Spill Zone really doesn't disappoint - the art is still fantastic and there is still a lot to be discovered about the world these characters inhabit. ...

  • Alex
    Aug 03, 2018

    I'm not typically the sort of person who picks up a book the day it comes out, but while running errands yesterday, I stopped by the comic shop to clear out my box after at least a month or so, and found out that Spill Zone #2 was out. (But that they couldn't actually sell it to me yet...

    Do you like sleep? No, you don?t, if you?re reading Spill Zone. There is literally not one component of this story that is not creepy. The premise, the voice, the art?It?s the most uneasy feeling reading it. Which is why I couldn?t wait for Broken Vow. Book one left us ...

    The second volume in this series lives up to all the promise of the first, and expands on it to bring us an even better book this time around. The art isn't what I usually like but it's effectively used - drawing the completely other, non-euclidean creatures of the Spill can't be ea...

    This was deliciously creepy and had such a good ending. I'm curious to see if there will be more because there definitely could be. **Huge thanks to First Second for providing a finished copy free of charge** ...

    What the hell? You know when an author is building up this exciting suspense around a topic or certain aspect of a story, like a location, character, or any other element? And so you read on, really interested and making up your own theories in your mind. But then we the time com...

    Expanded on the world, but left just enough for me to desperately want more. I must admit, though, that I liked the atmosphere of the first book more. The very ending of this was pretty cool though. ...

    Three years ago something happened in Poughkeepsie, New York that left the town changed. Inside the Spill Zone nothing is quite right anymore. Dead bodies stand motionless, caught where they fell; strange creatures wander the zone; no one who goes into the zone comes out the same. A...

    Continuing the awesome series debut, the second installment has the action, the oddness, the intrigue, and the next-level artwork that the first one had. And includes the crazy talking doll who takes possession and others get drunk on the power that might lie within the spill zone. ...

    The second volume of Spill Zone really doesn't disappoint - the art is still fantastic and there is still a lot to be discovered about the world these characters inhabit. ...

    A pretty decent conclusion to the story started in the first volume. I had forgotten a lot of the background info so it took a few pages for me to jumpstart my brain but once I did I found myself getting back into it. This volume finally fills us in on what actually happened on Spill N...

    I lost interest when the story became this... 'I hate you because you killed blah-dee-blah.' 'I only killed blah-dee-blah because they killed so-and-so.' *** Insert comment from an eavesdropping character. I know, I know. She couldn't help it at this point... 'But I killed all the ...

  • CD
    Aug 13, 2018

    I'm not typically the sort of person who picks up a book the day it comes out, but while running errands yesterday, I stopped by the comic shop to clear out my box after at least a month or so, and found out that Spill Zone #2 was out. (But that they couldn't actually sell it to me yet...

    Do you like sleep? No, you don?t, if you?re reading Spill Zone. There is literally not one component of this story that is not creepy. The premise, the voice, the art?It?s the most uneasy feeling reading it. Which is why I couldn?t wait for Broken Vow. Book one left us ...

    The second volume in this series lives up to all the promise of the first, and expands on it to bring us an even better book this time around. The art isn't what I usually like but it's effectively used - drawing the completely other, non-euclidean creatures of the Spill can't be ea...

    This was deliciously creepy and had such a good ending. I'm curious to see if there will be more because there definitely could be. **Huge thanks to First Second for providing a finished copy free of charge** ...

    What the hell? You know when an author is building up this exciting suspense around a topic or certain aspect of a story, like a location, character, or any other element? And so you read on, really interested and making up your own theories in your mind. But then we the time com...

    Expanded on the world, but left just enough for me to desperately want more. I must admit, though, that I liked the atmosphere of the first book more. The very ending of this was pretty cool though. ...

    Three years ago something happened in Poughkeepsie, New York that left the town changed. Inside the Spill Zone nothing is quite right anymore. Dead bodies stand motionless, caught where they fell; strange creatures wander the zone; no one who goes into the zone comes out the same. A...

    Continuing the awesome series debut, the second installment has the action, the oddness, the intrigue, and the next-level artwork that the first one had. And includes the crazy talking doll who takes possession and others get drunk on the power that might lie within the spill zone. ...

    The second volume of Spill Zone really doesn't disappoint - the art is still fantastic and there is still a lot to be discovered about the world these characters inhabit. ...

    A pretty decent conclusion to the story started in the first volume. I had forgotten a lot of the background info so it took a few pages for me to jumpstart my brain but once I did I found myself getting back into it. This volume finally fills us in on what actually happened on Spill N...

    I lost interest when the story became this... 'I hate you because you killed blah-dee-blah.' 'I only killed blah-dee-blah because they killed so-and-so.' *** Insert comment from an eavesdropping character. I know, I know. She couldn't help it at this point... 'But I killed all the ...

    This second installment of the Spill Zone series does not disappoint. Full of twists and turns, I couldn't put this book down! ...

    REVIEW TO COME ...

    This was a great graphic novel. The first, Spill Zone, was weird yet fascinating. Broken View had big shoes to fill and did so wonderfully. With the disproportionate creatures and mysterious. More insight was given to the night of the spill, yet I still want more. I hope this is not th...

    When I read the first book, I was completely hooked. In the sequel we finally get much needed answers, like who really is Vespertine. I would recommend this for fans of Stranger Things ...

    SPILL ZONE: THE BROKEN VOW was even more strange and creepy than the first novel. I have very similar feelings about this book to the first, especially about the art. I am not entirely used to graphic novels and find myself missing the fantastic artwork to get to the words faster. I co...

    I will be entirely honest, I didn?t know where this story was going to go! Regarding the art and style in this graphic novel, you can read my review for the first book here (because the same opinions apply to Spill Zone: The Broken Vow). And, as I mention in said review, I found that...

    This graphic novel is an interesting young adult story that is able to cross audiences to include an adult audience who should be able to be complete immerse in this world. This is the second in the series and unfortunately, I have not read the first in the series which I will soon...

    The colours in this book are spectacular! The story is dark and creepy but somehow the vibrant colours work. I love how this story wrapped up and didn't completely close the door on a continuation. Even if I don't get a sequel I'm quite pleased with how this concluded. ...

    still beautifully drawn but a bit of a letdown from the previous edition where everything felt more WTF!? some sci-fi/gov't response tropes felt contrived. Even so, it had an appropriately creepy ending. ...

    Full review to come but this is just as weird and wonderful as the first book ...

    Love the art but didn't find the story quite as compelling as Vol 1. Still, a good series for teens into spooky weird shit. ...

    Flat conclusion to the first book, predictable and cliche :( ...

    Pretty fun! AMAZING art! I think it's the last one? Definitely left room for more events but also wrapped up most things. ...

    Wicked cool art that's still easy to follow, love the story. ...

    3.5 stars I just love the art style in these books, and the creepy stylistic feeling it gives off. The story is intriguing and odd in a good way, but I?m still confused? I?m not sure whether there will be more to the series, and I don?t know whether I?ll continue on if there i...

    Not quite as ambitious or gripping as the first, but still gorgeous art, creepy action, mysterious happenings. A nice round ending (though left open for more). ...

    All your questions answered? Not so much but the spill zone has been left quieter. For now. Revealed are the events that caused the zone, the N Korean involvement, the fate of Vespertine, and hints at what comes next. The story may be derivative for some readers, chances are that...

  • Debbie
    Jul 19, 2018

    I'm not typically the sort of person who picks up a book the day it comes out, but while running errands yesterday, I stopped by the comic shop to clear out my box after at least a month or so, and found out that Spill Zone #2 was out. (But that they couldn't actually sell it to me yet...

    Do you like sleep? No, you don?t, if you?re reading Spill Zone. There is literally not one component of this story that is not creepy. The premise, the voice, the art?It?s the most uneasy feeling reading it. Which is why I couldn?t wait for Broken Vow. Book one left us ...

    The second volume in this series lives up to all the promise of the first, and expands on it to bring us an even better book this time around. The art isn't what I usually like but it's effectively used - drawing the completely other, non-euclidean creatures of the Spill can't be ea...

    This was deliciously creepy and had such a good ending. I'm curious to see if there will be more because there definitely could be. **Huge thanks to First Second for providing a finished copy free of charge** ...

    What the hell? You know when an author is building up this exciting suspense around a topic or certain aspect of a story, like a location, character, or any other element? And so you read on, really interested and making up your own theories in your mind. But then we the time com...

    Expanded on the world, but left just enough for me to desperately want more. I must admit, though, that I liked the atmosphere of the first book more. The very ending of this was pretty cool though. ...

    Three years ago something happened in Poughkeepsie, New York that left the town changed. Inside the Spill Zone nothing is quite right anymore. Dead bodies stand motionless, caught where they fell; strange creatures wander the zone; no one who goes into the zone comes out the same. A...

    Continuing the awesome series debut, the second installment has the action, the oddness, the intrigue, and the next-level artwork that the first one had. And includes the crazy talking doll who takes possession and others get drunk on the power that might lie within the spill zone. ...

    The second volume of Spill Zone really doesn't disappoint - the art is still fantastic and there is still a lot to be discovered about the world these characters inhabit. ...

    A pretty decent conclusion to the story started in the first volume. I had forgotten a lot of the background info so it took a few pages for me to jumpstart my brain but once I did I found myself getting back into it. This volume finally fills us in on what actually happened on Spill N...

    I lost interest when the story became this... 'I hate you because you killed blah-dee-blah.' 'I only killed blah-dee-blah because they killed so-and-so.' *** Insert comment from an eavesdropping character. I know, I know. She couldn't help it at this point... 'But I killed all the ...

    This second installment of the Spill Zone series does not disappoint. Full of twists and turns, I couldn't put this book down! ...

    REVIEW TO COME ...

    This was a great graphic novel. The first, Spill Zone, was weird yet fascinating. Broken View had big shoes to fill and did so wonderfully. With the disproportionate creatures and mysterious. More insight was given to the night of the spill, yet I still want more. I hope this is not th...

    When I read the first book, I was completely hooked. In the sequel we finally get much needed answers, like who really is Vespertine. I would recommend this for fans of Stranger Things ...

    SPILL ZONE: THE BROKEN VOW was even more strange and creepy than the first novel. I have very similar feelings about this book to the first, especially about the art. I am not entirely used to graphic novels and find myself missing the fantastic artwork to get to the words faster. I co...

    I will be entirely honest, I didn?t know where this story was going to go! Regarding the art and style in this graphic novel, you can read my review for the first book here (because the same opinions apply to Spill Zone: The Broken Vow). And, as I mention in said review, I found that...

    This graphic novel is an interesting young adult story that is able to cross audiences to include an adult audience who should be able to be complete immerse in this world. This is the second in the series and unfortunately, I have not read the first in the series which I will soon...

    The colours in this book are spectacular! The story is dark and creepy but somehow the vibrant colours work. I love how this story wrapped up and didn't completely close the door on a continuation. Even if I don't get a sequel I'm quite pleased with how this concluded. ...

    still beautifully drawn but a bit of a letdown from the previous edition where everything felt more WTF!? some sci-fi/gov't response tropes felt contrived. Even so, it had an appropriately creepy ending. ...

    Full review to come but this is just as weird and wonderful as the first book ...

    Love the art but didn't find the story quite as compelling as Vol 1. Still, a good series for teens into spooky weird shit. ...

    Flat conclusion to the first book, predictable and cliche :( ...

    Pretty fun! AMAZING art! I think it's the last one? Definitely left room for more events but also wrapped up most things. ...

    Wicked cool art that's still easy to follow, love the story. ...

    3.5 stars I just love the art style in these books, and the creepy stylistic feeling it gives off. The story is intriguing and odd in a good way, but I?m still confused? I?m not sure whether there will be more to the series, and I don?t know whether I?ll continue on if there i...

    Not quite as ambitious or gripping as the first, but still gorgeous art, creepy action, mysterious happenings. A nice round ending (though left open for more). ...

    All your questions answered? Not so much but the spill zone has been left quieter. For now. Revealed are the events that caused the zone, the N Korean involvement, the fate of Vespertine, and hints at what comes next. The story may be derivative for some readers, chances are that...

    So good. Addison and Lexa still struggling with the after effects of the spill zone, but there?s help on the way. They have more adventures and close calls, but with an ending that leaves us hanging. Also really great art work conveying the story nicely. ...

  • Alicia
    Feb 14, 2018

    I'm not typically the sort of person who picks up a book the day it comes out, but while running errands yesterday, I stopped by the comic shop to clear out my box after at least a month or so, and found out that Spill Zone #2 was out. (But that they couldn't actually sell it to me yet...

    Do you like sleep? No, you don?t, if you?re reading Spill Zone. There is literally not one component of this story that is not creepy. The premise, the voice, the art?It?s the most uneasy feeling reading it. Which is why I couldn?t wait for Broken Vow. Book one left us ...

    The second volume in this series lives up to all the promise of the first, and expands on it to bring us an even better book this time around. The art isn't what I usually like but it's effectively used - drawing the completely other, non-euclidean creatures of the Spill can't be ea...

    This was deliciously creepy and had such a good ending. I'm curious to see if there will be more because there definitely could be. **Huge thanks to First Second for providing a finished copy free of charge** ...

    What the hell? You know when an author is building up this exciting suspense around a topic or certain aspect of a story, like a location, character, or any other element? And so you read on, really interested and making up your own theories in your mind. But then we the time com...

    Expanded on the world, but left just enough for me to desperately want more. I must admit, though, that I liked the atmosphere of the first book more. The very ending of this was pretty cool though. ...

    Three years ago something happened in Poughkeepsie, New York that left the town changed. Inside the Spill Zone nothing is quite right anymore. Dead bodies stand motionless, caught where they fell; strange creatures wander the zone; no one who goes into the zone comes out the same. A...

    Continuing the awesome series debut, the second installment has the action, the oddness, the intrigue, and the next-level artwork that the first one had. And includes the crazy talking doll who takes possession and others get drunk on the power that might lie within the spill zone. ...

  • Leah (Jane Speare)
    Aug 10, 2018

    I'm not typically the sort of person who picks up a book the day it comes out, but while running errands yesterday, I stopped by the comic shop to clear out my box after at least a month or so, and found out that Spill Zone #2 was out. (But that they couldn't actually sell it to me yet...

    Do you like sleep? No, you don?t, if you?re reading Spill Zone. There is literally not one component of this story that is not creepy. The premise, the voice, the art?It?s the most uneasy feeling reading it. Which is why I couldn?t wait for Broken Vow. Book one left us ...

    The second volume in this series lives up to all the promise of the first, and expands on it to bring us an even better book this time around. The art isn't what I usually like but it's effectively used - drawing the completely other, non-euclidean creatures of the Spill can't be ea...

    This was deliciously creepy and had such a good ending. I'm curious to see if there will be more because there definitely could be. **Huge thanks to First Second for providing a finished copy free of charge** ...

    What the hell? You know when an author is building up this exciting suspense around a topic or certain aspect of a story, like a location, character, or any other element? And so you read on, really interested and making up your own theories in your mind. But then we the time com...

    Expanded on the world, but left just enough for me to desperately want more. I must admit, though, that I liked the atmosphere of the first book more. The very ending of this was pretty cool though. ...

    Three years ago something happened in Poughkeepsie, New York that left the town changed. Inside the Spill Zone nothing is quite right anymore. Dead bodies stand motionless, caught where they fell; strange creatures wander the zone; no one who goes into the zone comes out the same. A...

    Continuing the awesome series debut, the second installment has the action, the oddness, the intrigue, and the next-level artwork that the first one had. And includes the crazy talking doll who takes possession and others get drunk on the power that might lie within the spill zone. ...

    The second volume of Spill Zone really doesn't disappoint - the art is still fantastic and there is still a lot to be discovered about the world these characters inhabit. ...

    A pretty decent conclusion to the story started in the first volume. I had forgotten a lot of the background info so it took a few pages for me to jumpstart my brain but once I did I found myself getting back into it. This volume finally fills us in on what actually happened on Spill N...

    I lost interest when the story became this... 'I hate you because you killed blah-dee-blah.' 'I only killed blah-dee-blah because they killed so-and-so.' *** Insert comment from an eavesdropping character. I know, I know. She couldn't help it at this point... 'But I killed all the ...

    This second installment of the Spill Zone series does not disappoint. Full of twists and turns, I couldn't put this book down! ...

    REVIEW TO COME ...

    This was a great graphic novel. The first, Spill Zone, was weird yet fascinating. Broken View had big shoes to fill and did so wonderfully. With the disproportionate creatures and mysterious. More insight was given to the night of the spill, yet I still want more. I hope this is not th...

    When I read the first book, I was completely hooked. In the sequel we finally get much needed answers, like who really is Vespertine. I would recommend this for fans of Stranger Things ...

    SPILL ZONE: THE BROKEN VOW was even more strange and creepy than the first novel. I have very similar feelings about this book to the first, especially about the art. I am not entirely used to graphic novels and find myself missing the fantastic artwork to get to the words faster. I co...

    I will be entirely honest, I didn?t know where this story was going to go! Regarding the art and style in this graphic novel, you can read my review for the first book here (because the same opinions apply to Spill Zone: The Broken Vow). And, as I mention in said review, I found that...

    This graphic novel is an interesting young adult story that is able to cross audiences to include an adult audience who should be able to be complete immerse in this world. This is the second in the series and unfortunately, I have not read the first in the series which I will soon...

    The colours in this book are spectacular! The story is dark and creepy but somehow the vibrant colours work. I love how this story wrapped up and didn't completely close the door on a continuation. Even if I don't get a sequel I'm quite pleased with how this concluded. ...

    still beautifully drawn but a bit of a letdown from the previous edition where everything felt more WTF!? some sci-fi/gov't response tropes felt contrived. Even so, it had an appropriately creepy ending. ...

    Full review to come but this is just as weird and wonderful as the first book ...

    Love the art but didn't find the story quite as compelling as Vol 1. Still, a good series for teens into spooky weird shit. ...

    Flat conclusion to the first book, predictable and cliche :( ...

    Pretty fun! AMAZING art! I think it's the last one? Definitely left room for more events but also wrapped up most things. ...

  • Devann
    Sep 11, 2018

    I'm not typically the sort of person who picks up a book the day it comes out, but while running errands yesterday, I stopped by the comic shop to clear out my box after at least a month or so, and found out that Spill Zone #2 was out. (But that they couldn't actually sell it to me yet...

    Do you like sleep? No, you don?t, if you?re reading Spill Zone. There is literally not one component of this story that is not creepy. The premise, the voice, the art?It?s the most uneasy feeling reading it. Which is why I couldn?t wait for Broken Vow. Book one left us ...

    The second volume in this series lives up to all the promise of the first, and expands on it to bring us an even better book this time around. The art isn't what I usually like but it's effectively used - drawing the completely other, non-euclidean creatures of the Spill can't be ea...

    This was deliciously creepy and had such a good ending. I'm curious to see if there will be more because there definitely could be. **Huge thanks to First Second for providing a finished copy free of charge** ...

    What the hell? You know when an author is building up this exciting suspense around a topic or certain aspect of a story, like a location, character, or any other element? And so you read on, really interested and making up your own theories in your mind. But then we the time com...

    Expanded on the world, but left just enough for me to desperately want more. I must admit, though, that I liked the atmosphere of the first book more. The very ending of this was pretty cool though. ...

    Three years ago something happened in Poughkeepsie, New York that left the town changed. Inside the Spill Zone nothing is quite right anymore. Dead bodies stand motionless, caught where they fell; strange creatures wander the zone; no one who goes into the zone comes out the same. A...

    Continuing the awesome series debut, the second installment has the action, the oddness, the intrigue, and the next-level artwork that the first one had. And includes the crazy talking doll who takes possession and others get drunk on the power that might lie within the spill zone. ...

    The second volume of Spill Zone really doesn't disappoint - the art is still fantastic and there is still a lot to be discovered about the world these characters inhabit. ...

    A pretty decent conclusion to the story started in the first volume. I had forgotten a lot of the background info so it took a few pages for me to jumpstart my brain but once I did I found myself getting back into it. This volume finally fills us in on what actually happened on Spill N...

  • Keith Chawgo
    Feb 05, 2018

    I'm not typically the sort of person who picks up a book the day it comes out, but while running errands yesterday, I stopped by the comic shop to clear out my box after at least a month or so, and found out that Spill Zone #2 was out. (But that they couldn't actually sell it to me yet...

    Do you like sleep? No, you don?t, if you?re reading Spill Zone. There is literally not one component of this story that is not creepy. The premise, the voice, the art?It?s the most uneasy feeling reading it. Which is why I couldn?t wait for Broken Vow. Book one left us ...

    The second volume in this series lives up to all the promise of the first, and expands on it to bring us an even better book this time around. The art isn't what I usually like but it's effectively used - drawing the completely other, non-euclidean creatures of the Spill can't be ea...

    This was deliciously creepy and had such a good ending. I'm curious to see if there will be more because there definitely could be. **Huge thanks to First Second for providing a finished copy free of charge** ...

    What the hell? You know when an author is building up this exciting suspense around a topic or certain aspect of a story, like a location, character, or any other element? And so you read on, really interested and making up your own theories in your mind. But then we the time com...

    Expanded on the world, but left just enough for me to desperately want more. I must admit, though, that I liked the atmosphere of the first book more. The very ending of this was pretty cool though. ...

    Three years ago something happened in Poughkeepsie, New York that left the town changed. Inside the Spill Zone nothing is quite right anymore. Dead bodies stand motionless, caught where they fell; strange creatures wander the zone; no one who goes into the zone comes out the same. A...

    Continuing the awesome series debut, the second installment has the action, the oddness, the intrigue, and the next-level artwork that the first one had. And includes the crazy talking doll who takes possession and others get drunk on the power that might lie within the spill zone. ...

    The second volume of Spill Zone really doesn't disappoint - the art is still fantastic and there is still a lot to be discovered about the world these characters inhabit. ...

    A pretty decent conclusion to the story started in the first volume. I had forgotten a lot of the background info so it took a few pages for me to jumpstart my brain but once I did I found myself getting back into it. This volume finally fills us in on what actually happened on Spill N...

    I lost interest when the story became this... 'I hate you because you killed blah-dee-blah.' 'I only killed blah-dee-blah because they killed so-and-so.' *** Insert comment from an eavesdropping character. I know, I know. She couldn't help it at this point... 'But I killed all the ...

    This second installment of the Spill Zone series does not disappoint. Full of twists and turns, I couldn't put this book down! ...

    REVIEW TO COME ...

    This was a great graphic novel. The first, Spill Zone, was weird yet fascinating. Broken View had big shoes to fill and did so wonderfully. With the disproportionate creatures and mysterious. More insight was given to the night of the spill, yet I still want more. I hope this is not th...

    When I read the first book, I was completely hooked. In the sequel we finally get much needed answers, like who really is Vespertine. I would recommend this for fans of Stranger Things ...

    SPILL ZONE: THE BROKEN VOW was even more strange and creepy than the first novel. I have very similar feelings about this book to the first, especially about the art. I am not entirely used to graphic novels and find myself missing the fantastic artwork to get to the words faster. I co...

    I will be entirely honest, I didn?t know where this story was going to go! Regarding the art and style in this graphic novel, you can read my review for the first book here (because the same opinions apply to Spill Zone: The Broken Vow). And, as I mention in said review, I found that...

    This graphic novel is an interesting young adult story that is able to cross audiences to include an adult audience who should be able to be complete immerse in this world. This is the second in the series and unfortunately, I have not read the first in the series which I will soon...

  • Heidi Ward
    Jul 28, 2018

    I'm not typically the sort of person who picks up a book the day it comes out, but while running errands yesterday, I stopped by the comic shop to clear out my box after at least a month or so, and found out that Spill Zone #2 was out. (But that they couldn't actually sell it to me yet...

    Do you like sleep? No, you don?t, if you?re reading Spill Zone. There is literally not one component of this story that is not creepy. The premise, the voice, the art?It?s the most uneasy feeling reading it. Which is why I couldn?t wait for Broken Vow. Book one left us ...

    The second volume in this series lives up to all the promise of the first, and expands on it to bring us an even better book this time around. The art isn't what I usually like but it's effectively used - drawing the completely other, non-euclidean creatures of the Spill can't be ea...

    This was deliciously creepy and had such a good ending. I'm curious to see if there will be more because there definitely could be. **Huge thanks to First Second for providing a finished copy free of charge** ...

    What the hell? You know when an author is building up this exciting suspense around a topic or certain aspect of a story, like a location, character, or any other element? And so you read on, really interested and making up your own theories in your mind. But then we the time com...

    Expanded on the world, but left just enough for me to desperately want more. I must admit, though, that I liked the atmosphere of the first book more. The very ending of this was pretty cool though. ...

    Three years ago something happened in Poughkeepsie, New York that left the town changed. Inside the Spill Zone nothing is quite right anymore. Dead bodies stand motionless, caught where they fell; strange creatures wander the zone; no one who goes into the zone comes out the same. A...

    Continuing the awesome series debut, the second installment has the action, the oddness, the intrigue, and the next-level artwork that the first one had. And includes the crazy talking doll who takes possession and others get drunk on the power that might lie within the spill zone. ...

    The second volume of Spill Zone really doesn't disappoint - the art is still fantastic and there is still a lot to be discovered about the world these characters inhabit. ...

    A pretty decent conclusion to the story started in the first volume. I had forgotten a lot of the background info so it took a few pages for me to jumpstart my brain but once I did I found myself getting back into it. This volume finally fills us in on what actually happened on Spill N...

    I lost interest when the story became this... 'I hate you because you killed blah-dee-blah.' 'I only killed blah-dee-blah because they killed so-and-so.' *** Insert comment from an eavesdropping character. I know, I know. She couldn't help it at this point... 'But I killed all the ...

    This second installment of the Spill Zone series does not disappoint. Full of twists and turns, I couldn't put this book down! ...

    REVIEW TO COME ...

    This was a great graphic novel. The first, Spill Zone, was weird yet fascinating. Broken View had big shoes to fill and did so wonderfully. With the disproportionate creatures and mysterious. More insight was given to the night of the spill, yet I still want more. I hope this is not th...

    When I read the first book, I was completely hooked. In the sequel we finally get much needed answers, like who really is Vespertine. I would recommend this for fans of Stranger Things ...

    SPILL ZONE: THE BROKEN VOW was even more strange and creepy than the first novel. I have very similar feelings about this book to the first, especially about the art. I am not entirely used to graphic novels and find myself missing the fantastic artwork to get to the words faster. I co...

    I will be entirely honest, I didn?t know where this story was going to go! Regarding the art and style in this graphic novel, you can read my review for the first book here (because the same opinions apply to Spill Zone: The Broken Vow). And, as I mention in said review, I found that...

    This graphic novel is an interesting young adult story that is able to cross audiences to include an adult audience who should be able to be complete immerse in this world. This is the second in the series and unfortunately, I have not read the first in the series which I will soon...

    The colours in this book are spectacular! The story is dark and creepy but somehow the vibrant colours work. I love how this story wrapped up and didn't completely close the door on a continuation. Even if I don't get a sequel I'm quite pleased with how this concluded. ...

    still beautifully drawn but a bit of a letdown from the previous edition where everything felt more WTF!? some sci-fi/gov't response tropes felt contrived. Even so, it had an appropriately creepy ending. ...

    Full review to come but this is just as weird and wonderful as the first book ...

    Love the art but didn't find the story quite as compelling as Vol 1. Still, a good series for teens into spooky weird shit. ...

    Flat conclusion to the first book, predictable and cliche :( ...

    Pretty fun! AMAZING art! I think it's the last one? Definitely left room for more events but also wrapped up most things. ...

    Wicked cool art that's still easy to follow, love the story. ...

    3.5 stars I just love the art style in these books, and the creepy stylistic feeling it gives off. The story is intriguing and odd in a good way, but I?m still confused? I?m not sure whether there will be more to the series, and I don?t know whether I?ll continue on if there i...

    Not quite as ambitious or gripping as the first, but still gorgeous art, creepy action, mysterious happenings. A nice round ending (though left open for more). ...

    All your questions answered? Not so much but the spill zone has been left quieter. For now. Revealed are the events that caused the zone, the N Korean involvement, the fate of Vespertine, and hints at what comes next. The story may be derivative for some readers, chances are that...

    So good. Addison and Lexa still struggling with the after effects of the spill zone, but there?s help on the way. They have more adventures and close calls, but with an ending that leaves us hanging. Also really great art work conveying the story nicely. ...

    If I find no time to say more about the Spill Zone books, I just want to get on record with a gush about the art, especially in this second book. Alex Puvilland (Artist), Hilary Sycamore (Colors) must have vivid, psychedelic nightmares, because their vision is as unearthly as the Spill...

  • Fiona
    Jun 30, 2018

    I'm not typically the sort of person who picks up a book the day it comes out, but while running errands yesterday, I stopped by the comic shop to clear out my box after at least a month or so, and found out that Spill Zone #2 was out. (But that they couldn't actually sell it to me yet...

    Do you like sleep? No, you don?t, if you?re reading Spill Zone. There is literally not one component of this story that is not creepy. The premise, the voice, the art?It?s the most uneasy feeling reading it. Which is why I couldn?t wait for Broken Vow. Book one left us ...

    The second volume in this series lives up to all the promise of the first, and expands on it to bring us an even better book this time around. The art isn't what I usually like but it's effectively used - drawing the completely other, non-euclidean creatures of the Spill can't be ea...

  • Elizabeth
    Mar 22, 2018

    I'm not typically the sort of person who picks up a book the day it comes out, but while running errands yesterday, I stopped by the comic shop to clear out my box after at least a month or so, and found out that Spill Zone #2 was out. (But that they couldn't actually sell it to me yet...

    Do you like sleep? No, you don?t, if you?re reading Spill Zone. There is literally not one component of this story that is not creepy. The premise, the voice, the art?It?s the most uneasy feeling reading it. Which is why I couldn?t wait for Broken Vow. Book one left us ...

    The second volume in this series lives up to all the promise of the first, and expands on it to bring us an even better book this time around. The art isn't what I usually like but it's effectively used - drawing the completely other, non-euclidean creatures of the Spill can't be ea...

    This was deliciously creepy and had such a good ending. I'm curious to see if there will be more because there definitely could be. **Huge thanks to First Second for providing a finished copy free of charge** ...

    What the hell? You know when an author is building up this exciting suspense around a topic or certain aspect of a story, like a location, character, or any other element? And so you read on, really interested and making up your own theories in your mind. But then we the time com...

    Expanded on the world, but left just enough for me to desperately want more. I must admit, though, that I liked the atmosphere of the first book more. The very ending of this was pretty cool though. ...

    Three years ago something happened in Poughkeepsie, New York that left the town changed. Inside the Spill Zone nothing is quite right anymore. Dead bodies stand motionless, caught where they fell; strange creatures wander the zone; no one who goes into the zone comes out the same. A...

    Continuing the awesome series debut, the second installment has the action, the oddness, the intrigue, and the next-level artwork that the first one had. And includes the crazy talking doll who takes possession and others get drunk on the power that might lie within the spill zone. ...

    The second volume of Spill Zone really doesn't disappoint - the art is still fantastic and there is still a lot to be discovered about the world these characters inhabit. ...

    A pretty decent conclusion to the story started in the first volume. I had forgotten a lot of the background info so it took a few pages for me to jumpstart my brain but once I did I found myself getting back into it. This volume finally fills us in on what actually happened on Spill N...

    I lost interest when the story became this... 'I hate you because you killed blah-dee-blah.' 'I only killed blah-dee-blah because they killed so-and-so.' *** Insert comment from an eavesdropping character. I know, I know. She couldn't help it at this point... 'But I killed all the ...

    This second installment of the Spill Zone series does not disappoint. Full of twists and turns, I couldn't put this book down! ...

    REVIEW TO COME ...

    This was a great graphic novel. The first, Spill Zone, was weird yet fascinating. Broken View had big shoes to fill and did so wonderfully. With the disproportionate creatures and mysterious. More insight was given to the night of the spill, yet I still want more. I hope this is not th...

  • Amy
    Aug 31, 2018

    I'm not typically the sort of person who picks up a book the day it comes out, but while running errands yesterday, I stopped by the comic shop to clear out my box after at least a month or so, and found out that Spill Zone #2 was out. (But that they couldn't actually sell it to me yet...

    Do you like sleep? No, you don?t, if you?re reading Spill Zone. There is literally not one component of this story that is not creepy. The premise, the voice, the art?It?s the most uneasy feeling reading it. Which is why I couldn?t wait for Broken Vow. Book one left us ...

    The second volume in this series lives up to all the promise of the first, and expands on it to bring us an even better book this time around. The art isn't what I usually like but it's effectively used - drawing the completely other, non-euclidean creatures of the Spill can't be ea...

    This was deliciously creepy and had such a good ending. I'm curious to see if there will be more because there definitely could be. **Huge thanks to First Second for providing a finished copy free of charge** ...

    What the hell? You know when an author is building up this exciting suspense around a topic or certain aspect of a story, like a location, character, or any other element? And so you read on, really interested and making up your own theories in your mind. But then we the time com...

    Expanded on the world, but left just enough for me to desperately want more. I must admit, though, that I liked the atmosphere of the first book more. The very ending of this was pretty cool though. ...

    Three years ago something happened in Poughkeepsie, New York that left the town changed. Inside the Spill Zone nothing is quite right anymore. Dead bodies stand motionless, caught where they fell; strange creatures wander the zone; no one who goes into the zone comes out the same. A...

    Continuing the awesome series debut, the second installment has the action, the oddness, the intrigue, and the next-level artwork that the first one had. And includes the crazy talking doll who takes possession and others get drunk on the power that might lie within the spill zone. ...

    The second volume of Spill Zone really doesn't disappoint - the art is still fantastic and there is still a lot to be discovered about the world these characters inhabit. ...

    A pretty decent conclusion to the story started in the first volume. I had forgotten a lot of the background info so it took a few pages for me to jumpstart my brain but once I did I found myself getting back into it. This volume finally fills us in on what actually happened on Spill N...

    I lost interest when the story became this... 'I hate you because you killed blah-dee-blah.' 'I only killed blah-dee-blah because they killed so-and-so.' *** Insert comment from an eavesdropping character. I know, I know. She couldn't help it at this point... 'But I killed all the ...

    This second installment of the Spill Zone series does not disappoint. Full of twists and turns, I couldn't put this book down! ...

    REVIEW TO COME ...

    This was a great graphic novel. The first, Spill Zone, was weird yet fascinating. Broken View had big shoes to fill and did so wonderfully. With the disproportionate creatures and mysterious. More insight was given to the night of the spill, yet I still want more. I hope this is not th...

    When I read the first book, I was completely hooked. In the sequel we finally get much needed answers, like who really is Vespertine. I would recommend this for fans of Stranger Things ...

    SPILL ZONE: THE BROKEN VOW was even more strange and creepy than the first novel. I have very similar feelings about this book to the first, especially about the art. I am not entirely used to graphic novels and find myself missing the fantastic artwork to get to the words faster. I co...

    I will be entirely honest, I didn?t know where this story was going to go! Regarding the art and style in this graphic novel, you can read my review for the first book here (because the same opinions apply to Spill Zone: The Broken Vow). And, as I mention in said review, I found that...

    This graphic novel is an interesting young adult story that is able to cross audiences to include an adult audience who should be able to be complete immerse in this world. This is the second in the series and unfortunately, I have not read the first in the series which I will soon...

    The colours in this book are spectacular! The story is dark and creepy but somehow the vibrant colours work. I love how this story wrapped up and didn't completely close the door on a continuation. Even if I don't get a sequel I'm quite pleased with how this concluded. ...

    still beautifully drawn but a bit of a letdown from the previous edition where everything felt more WTF!? some sci-fi/gov't response tropes felt contrived. Even so, it had an appropriately creepy ending. ...

  • Stacee
    Jul 11, 2018

    I'm not typically the sort of person who picks up a book the day it comes out, but while running errands yesterday, I stopped by the comic shop to clear out my box after at least a month or so, and found out that Spill Zone #2 was out. (But that they couldn't actually sell it to me yet...

    Do you like sleep? No, you don?t, if you?re reading Spill Zone. There is literally not one component of this story that is not creepy. The premise, the voice, the art?It?s the most uneasy feeling reading it. Which is why I couldn?t wait for Broken Vow. Book one left us ...

    The second volume in this series lives up to all the promise of the first, and expands on it to bring us an even better book this time around. The art isn't what I usually like but it's effectively used - drawing the completely other, non-euclidean creatures of the Spill can't be ea...

    This was deliciously creepy and had such a good ending. I'm curious to see if there will be more because there definitely could be. **Huge thanks to First Second for providing a finished copy free of charge** ...

  • Elisa The-Bookie-Monster
    Mar 21, 2018

    I'm not typically the sort of person who picks up a book the day it comes out, but while running errands yesterday, I stopped by the comic shop to clear out my box after at least a month or so, and found out that Spill Zone #2 was out. (But that they couldn't actually sell it to me yet...

    Do you like sleep? No, you don?t, if you?re reading Spill Zone. There is literally not one component of this story that is not creepy. The premise, the voice, the art?It?s the most uneasy feeling reading it. Which is why I couldn?t wait for Broken Vow. Book one left us ...

    The second volume in this series lives up to all the promise of the first, and expands on it to bring us an even better book this time around. The art isn't what I usually like but it's effectively used - drawing the completely other, non-euclidean creatures of the Spill can't be ea...

    This was deliciously creepy and had such a good ending. I'm curious to see if there will be more because there definitely could be. **Huge thanks to First Second for providing a finished copy free of charge** ...

    What the hell? You know when an author is building up this exciting suspense around a topic or certain aspect of a story, like a location, character, or any other element? And so you read on, really interested and making up your own theories in your mind. But then we the time com...

    Expanded on the world, but left just enough for me to desperately want more. I must admit, though, that I liked the atmosphere of the first book more. The very ending of this was pretty cool though. ...

    Three years ago something happened in Poughkeepsie, New York that left the town changed. Inside the Spill Zone nothing is quite right anymore. Dead bodies stand motionless, caught where they fell; strange creatures wander the zone; no one who goes into the zone comes out the same. A...

    Continuing the awesome series debut, the second installment has the action, the oddness, the intrigue, and the next-level artwork that the first one had. And includes the crazy talking doll who takes possession and others get drunk on the power that might lie within the spill zone. ...

    The second volume of Spill Zone really doesn't disappoint - the art is still fantastic and there is still a lot to be discovered about the world these characters inhabit. ...

    A pretty decent conclusion to the story started in the first volume. I had forgotten a lot of the background info so it took a few pages for me to jumpstart my brain but once I did I found myself getting back into it. This volume finally fills us in on what actually happened on Spill N...

    I lost interest when the story became this... 'I hate you because you killed blah-dee-blah.' 'I only killed blah-dee-blah because they killed so-and-so.' *** Insert comment from an eavesdropping character. I know, I know. She couldn't help it at this point... 'But I killed all the ...

    This second installment of the Spill Zone series does not disappoint. Full of twists and turns, I couldn't put this book down! ...

    REVIEW TO COME ...

    This was a great graphic novel. The first, Spill Zone, was weird yet fascinating. Broken View had big shoes to fill and did so wonderfully. With the disproportionate creatures and mysterious. More insight was given to the night of the spill, yet I still want more. I hope this is not th...

    When I read the first book, I was completely hooked. In the sequel we finally get much needed answers, like who really is Vespertine. I would recommend this for fans of Stranger Things ...

  • Grace
    Jul 07, 2018

    I'm not typically the sort of person who picks up a book the day it comes out, but while running errands yesterday, I stopped by the comic shop to clear out my box after at least a month or so, and found out that Spill Zone #2 was out. (But that they couldn't actually sell it to me yet...

    Do you like sleep? No, you don?t, if you?re reading Spill Zone. There is literally not one component of this story that is not creepy. The premise, the voice, the art?It?s the most uneasy feeling reading it. Which is why I couldn?t wait for Broken Vow. Book one left us ...

    The second volume in this series lives up to all the promise of the first, and expands on it to bring us an even better book this time around. The art isn't what I usually like but it's effectively used - drawing the completely other, non-euclidean creatures of the Spill can't be ea...

    This was deliciously creepy and had such a good ending. I'm curious to see if there will be more because there definitely could be. **Huge thanks to First Second for providing a finished copy free of charge** ...

    What the hell? You know when an author is building up this exciting suspense around a topic or certain aspect of a story, like a location, character, or any other element? And so you read on, really interested and making up your own theories in your mind. But then we the time com...

    Expanded on the world, but left just enough for me to desperately want more. I must admit, though, that I liked the atmosphere of the first book more. The very ending of this was pretty cool though. ...

    Three years ago something happened in Poughkeepsie, New York that left the town changed. Inside the Spill Zone nothing is quite right anymore. Dead bodies stand motionless, caught where they fell; strange creatures wander the zone; no one who goes into the zone comes out the same. A...

    Continuing the awesome series debut, the second installment has the action, the oddness, the intrigue, and the next-level artwork that the first one had. And includes the crazy talking doll who takes possession and others get drunk on the power that might lie within the spill zone. ...

    The second volume of Spill Zone really doesn't disappoint - the art is still fantastic and there is still a lot to be discovered about the world these characters inhabit. ...

    A pretty decent conclusion to the story started in the first volume. I had forgotten a lot of the background info so it took a few pages for me to jumpstart my brain but once I did I found myself getting back into it. This volume finally fills us in on what actually happened on Spill N...

    I lost interest when the story became this... 'I hate you because you killed blah-dee-blah.' 'I only killed blah-dee-blah because they killed so-and-so.' *** Insert comment from an eavesdropping character. I know, I know. She couldn't help it at this point... 'But I killed all the ...

    This second installment of the Spill Zone series does not disappoint. Full of twists and turns, I couldn't put this book down! ...

    REVIEW TO COME ...

    This was a great graphic novel. The first, Spill Zone, was weird yet fascinating. Broken View had big shoes to fill and did so wonderfully. With the disproportionate creatures and mysterious. More insight was given to the night of the spill, yet I still want more. I hope this is not th...

    When I read the first book, I was completely hooked. In the sequel we finally get much needed answers, like who really is Vespertine. I would recommend this for fans of Stranger Things ...

    SPILL ZONE: THE BROKEN VOW was even more strange and creepy than the first novel. I have very similar feelings about this book to the first, especially about the art. I am not entirely used to graphic novels and find myself missing the fantastic artwork to get to the words faster. I co...

  • Lola
    Jul 31, 2018

    I'm not typically the sort of person who picks up a book the day it comes out, but while running errands yesterday, I stopped by the comic shop to clear out my box after at least a month or so, and found out that Spill Zone #2 was out. (But that they couldn't actually sell it to me yet...

    Do you like sleep? No, you don?t, if you?re reading Spill Zone. There is literally not one component of this story that is not creepy. The premise, the voice, the art?It?s the most uneasy feeling reading it. Which is why I couldn?t wait for Broken Vow. Book one left us ...

    The second volume in this series lives up to all the promise of the first, and expands on it to bring us an even better book this time around. The art isn't what I usually like but it's effectively used - drawing the completely other, non-euclidean creatures of the Spill can't be ea...

    This was deliciously creepy and had such a good ending. I'm curious to see if there will be more because there definitely could be. **Huge thanks to First Second for providing a finished copy free of charge** ...

    What the hell? You know when an author is building up this exciting suspense around a topic or certain aspect of a story, like a location, character, or any other element? And so you read on, really interested and making up your own theories in your mind. But then we the time com...

  • Liz
    Aug 04, 2018

    I'm not typically the sort of person who picks up a book the day it comes out, but while running errands yesterday, I stopped by the comic shop to clear out my box after at least a month or so, and found out that Spill Zone #2 was out. (But that they couldn't actually sell it to me yet...

    Do you like sleep? No, you don?t, if you?re reading Spill Zone. There is literally not one component of this story that is not creepy. The premise, the voice, the art?It?s the most uneasy feeling reading it. Which is why I couldn?t wait for Broken Vow. Book one left us ...

    The second volume in this series lives up to all the promise of the first, and expands on it to bring us an even better book this time around. The art isn't what I usually like but it's effectively used - drawing the completely other, non-euclidean creatures of the Spill can't be ea...

    This was deliciously creepy and had such a good ending. I'm curious to see if there will be more because there definitely could be. **Huge thanks to First Second for providing a finished copy free of charge** ...

    What the hell? You know when an author is building up this exciting suspense around a topic or certain aspect of a story, like a location, character, or any other element? And so you read on, really interested and making up your own theories in your mind. But then we the time com...

    Expanded on the world, but left just enough for me to desperately want more. I must admit, though, that I liked the atmosphere of the first book more. The very ending of this was pretty cool though. ...

    Three years ago something happened in Poughkeepsie, New York that left the town changed. Inside the Spill Zone nothing is quite right anymore. Dead bodies stand motionless, caught where they fell; strange creatures wander the zone; no one who goes into the zone comes out the same. A...

    Continuing the awesome series debut, the second installment has the action, the oddness, the intrigue, and the next-level artwork that the first one had. And includes the crazy talking doll who takes possession and others get drunk on the power that might lie within the spill zone. ...

    The second volume of Spill Zone really doesn't disappoint - the art is still fantastic and there is still a lot to be discovered about the world these characters inhabit. ...

    A pretty decent conclusion to the story started in the first volume. I had forgotten a lot of the background info so it took a few pages for me to jumpstart my brain but once I did I found myself getting back into it. This volume finally fills us in on what actually happened on Spill N...

    I lost interest when the story became this... 'I hate you because you killed blah-dee-blah.' 'I only killed blah-dee-blah because they killed so-and-so.' *** Insert comment from an eavesdropping character. I know, I know. She couldn't help it at this point... 'But I killed all the ...

    This second installment of the Spill Zone series does not disappoint. Full of twists and turns, I couldn't put this book down! ...

    REVIEW TO COME ...

    This was a great graphic novel. The first, Spill Zone, was weird yet fascinating. Broken View had big shoes to fill and did so wonderfully. With the disproportionate creatures and mysterious. More insight was given to the night of the spill, yet I still want more. I hope this is not th...

    When I read the first book, I was completely hooked. In the sequel we finally get much needed answers, like who really is Vespertine. I would recommend this for fans of Stranger Things ...

    SPILL ZONE: THE BROKEN VOW was even more strange and creepy than the first novel. I have very similar feelings about this book to the first, especially about the art. I am not entirely used to graphic novels and find myself missing the fantastic artwork to get to the words faster. I co...

    I will be entirely honest, I didn?t know where this story was going to go! Regarding the art and style in this graphic novel, you can read my review for the first book here (because the same opinions apply to Spill Zone: The Broken Vow). And, as I mention in said review, I found that...

    This graphic novel is an interesting young adult story that is able to cross audiences to include an adult audience who should be able to be complete immerse in this world. This is the second in the series and unfortunately, I have not read the first in the series which I will soon...

    The colours in this book are spectacular! The story is dark and creepy but somehow the vibrant colours work. I love how this story wrapped up and didn't completely close the door on a continuation. Even if I don't get a sequel I'm quite pleased with how this concluded. ...

    still beautifully drawn but a bit of a letdown from the previous edition where everything felt more WTF!? some sci-fi/gov't response tropes felt contrived. Even so, it had an appropriately creepy ending. ...

    Full review to come but this is just as weird and wonderful as the first book ...

    Love the art but didn't find the story quite as compelling as Vol 1. Still, a good series for teens into spooky weird shit. ...

    Flat conclusion to the first book, predictable and cliche :( ...

  • Christy
    Feb 03, 2018

    I'm not typically the sort of person who picks up a book the day it comes out, but while running errands yesterday, I stopped by the comic shop to clear out my box after at least a month or so, and found out that Spill Zone #2 was out. (But that they couldn't actually sell it to me yet...

    Do you like sleep? No, you don?t, if you?re reading Spill Zone. There is literally not one component of this story that is not creepy. The premise, the voice, the art?It?s the most uneasy feeling reading it. Which is why I couldn?t wait for Broken Vow. Book one left us ...

  • Christine
    Aug 27, 2018

    I'm not typically the sort of person who picks up a book the day it comes out, but while running errands yesterday, I stopped by the comic shop to clear out my box after at least a month or so, and found out that Spill Zone #2 was out. (But that they couldn't actually sell it to me yet...

    Do you like sleep? No, you don?t, if you?re reading Spill Zone. There is literally not one component of this story that is not creepy. The premise, the voice, the art?It?s the most uneasy feeling reading it. Which is why I couldn?t wait for Broken Vow. Book one left us ...

    The second volume in this series lives up to all the promise of the first, and expands on it to bring us an even better book this time around. The art isn't what I usually like but it's effectively used - drawing the completely other, non-euclidean creatures of the Spill can't be ea...

    This was deliciously creepy and had such a good ending. I'm curious to see if there will be more because there definitely could be. **Huge thanks to First Second for providing a finished copy free of charge** ...

    What the hell? You know when an author is building up this exciting suspense around a topic or certain aspect of a story, like a location, character, or any other element? And so you read on, really interested and making up your own theories in your mind. But then we the time com...

    Expanded on the world, but left just enough for me to desperately want more. I must admit, though, that I liked the atmosphere of the first book more. The very ending of this was pretty cool though. ...

    Three years ago something happened in Poughkeepsie, New York that left the town changed. Inside the Spill Zone nothing is quite right anymore. Dead bodies stand motionless, caught where they fell; strange creatures wander the zone; no one who goes into the zone comes out the same. A...

    Continuing the awesome series debut, the second installment has the action, the oddness, the intrigue, and the next-level artwork that the first one had. And includes the crazy talking doll who takes possession and others get drunk on the power that might lie within the spill zone. ...

    The second volume of Spill Zone really doesn't disappoint - the art is still fantastic and there is still a lot to be discovered about the world these characters inhabit. ...

    A pretty decent conclusion to the story started in the first volume. I had forgotten a lot of the background info so it took a few pages for me to jumpstart my brain but once I did I found myself getting back into it. This volume finally fills us in on what actually happened on Spill N...

    I lost interest when the story became this... 'I hate you because you killed blah-dee-blah.' 'I only killed blah-dee-blah because they killed so-and-so.' *** Insert comment from an eavesdropping character. I know, I know. She couldn't help it at this point... 'But I killed all the ...

    This second installment of the Spill Zone series does not disappoint. Full of twists and turns, I couldn't put this book down! ...

    REVIEW TO COME ...

    This was a great graphic novel. The first, Spill Zone, was weird yet fascinating. Broken View had big shoes to fill and did so wonderfully. With the disproportionate creatures and mysterious. More insight was given to the night of the spill, yet I still want more. I hope this is not th...

    When I read the first book, I was completely hooked. In the sequel we finally get much needed answers, like who really is Vespertine. I would recommend this for fans of Stranger Things ...

    SPILL ZONE: THE BROKEN VOW was even more strange and creepy than the first novel. I have very similar feelings about this book to the first, especially about the art. I am not entirely used to graphic novels and find myself missing the fantastic artwork to get to the words faster. I co...

    I will be entirely honest, I didn?t know where this story was going to go! Regarding the art and style in this graphic novel, you can read my review for the first book here (because the same opinions apply to Spill Zone: The Broken Vow). And, as I mention in said review, I found that...

    This graphic novel is an interesting young adult story that is able to cross audiences to include an adult audience who should be able to be complete immerse in this world. This is the second in the series and unfortunately, I have not read the first in the series which I will soon...

    The colours in this book are spectacular! The story is dark and creepy but somehow the vibrant colours work. I love how this story wrapped up and didn't completely close the door on a continuation. Even if I don't get a sequel I'm quite pleased with how this concluded. ...

    still beautifully drawn but a bit of a letdown from the previous edition where everything felt more WTF!? some sci-fi/gov't response tropes felt contrived. Even so, it had an appropriately creepy ending. ...

    Full review to come but this is just as weird and wonderful as the first book ...

    Love the art but didn't find the story quite as compelling as Vol 1. Still, a good series for teens into spooky weird shit. ...

    Flat conclusion to the first book, predictable and cliche :( ...

    Pretty fun! AMAZING art! I think it's the last one? Definitely left room for more events but also wrapped up most things. ...

    Wicked cool art that's still easy to follow, love the story. ...

  • Susan
    Sep 03, 2018

    I'm not typically the sort of person who picks up a book the day it comes out, but while running errands yesterday, I stopped by the comic shop to clear out my box after at least a month or so, and found out that Spill Zone #2 was out. (But that they couldn't actually sell it to me yet...

    Do you like sleep? No, you don?t, if you?re reading Spill Zone. There is literally not one component of this story that is not creepy. The premise, the voice, the art?It?s the most uneasy feeling reading it. Which is why I couldn?t wait for Broken Vow. Book one left us ...

    The second volume in this series lives up to all the promise of the first, and expands on it to bring us an even better book this time around. The art isn't what I usually like but it's effectively used - drawing the completely other, non-euclidean creatures of the Spill can't be ea...

    This was deliciously creepy and had such a good ending. I'm curious to see if there will be more because there definitely could be. **Huge thanks to First Second for providing a finished copy free of charge** ...

    What the hell? You know when an author is building up this exciting suspense around a topic or certain aspect of a story, like a location, character, or any other element? And so you read on, really interested and making up your own theories in your mind. But then we the time com...

    Expanded on the world, but left just enough for me to desperately want more. I must admit, though, that I liked the atmosphere of the first book more. The very ending of this was pretty cool though. ...

    Three years ago something happened in Poughkeepsie, New York that left the town changed. Inside the Spill Zone nothing is quite right anymore. Dead bodies stand motionless, caught where they fell; strange creatures wander the zone; no one who goes into the zone comes out the same. A...

    Continuing the awesome series debut, the second installment has the action, the oddness, the intrigue, and the next-level artwork that the first one had. And includes the crazy talking doll who takes possession and others get drunk on the power that might lie within the spill zone. ...

    The second volume of Spill Zone really doesn't disappoint - the art is still fantastic and there is still a lot to be discovered about the world these characters inhabit. ...

    A pretty decent conclusion to the story started in the first volume. I had forgotten a lot of the background info so it took a few pages for me to jumpstart my brain but once I did I found myself getting back into it. This volume finally fills us in on what actually happened on Spill N...

    I lost interest when the story became this... 'I hate you because you killed blah-dee-blah.' 'I only killed blah-dee-blah because they killed so-and-so.' *** Insert comment from an eavesdropping character. I know, I know. She couldn't help it at this point... 'But I killed all the ...

    This second installment of the Spill Zone series does not disappoint. Full of twists and turns, I couldn't put this book down! ...

    REVIEW TO COME ...

    This was a great graphic novel. The first, Spill Zone, was weird yet fascinating. Broken View had big shoes to fill and did so wonderfully. With the disproportionate creatures and mysterious. More insight was given to the night of the spill, yet I still want more. I hope this is not th...

    When I read the first book, I was completely hooked. In the sequel we finally get much needed answers, like who really is Vespertine. I would recommend this for fans of Stranger Things ...

    SPILL ZONE: THE BROKEN VOW was even more strange and creepy than the first novel. I have very similar feelings about this book to the first, especially about the art. I am not entirely used to graphic novels and find myself missing the fantastic artwork to get to the words faster. I co...

    I will be entirely honest, I didn?t know where this story was going to go! Regarding the art and style in this graphic novel, you can read my review for the first book here (because the same opinions apply to Spill Zone: The Broken Vow). And, as I mention in said review, I found that...

    This graphic novel is an interesting young adult story that is able to cross audiences to include an adult audience who should be able to be complete immerse in this world. This is the second in the series and unfortunately, I have not read the first in the series which I will soon...

    The colours in this book are spectacular! The story is dark and creepy but somehow the vibrant colours work. I love how this story wrapped up and didn't completely close the door on a continuation. Even if I don't get a sequel I'm quite pleased with how this concluded. ...

  • Take Me Away To A Great Read
    Jul 17, 2018

    I'm not typically the sort of person who picks up a book the day it comes out, but while running errands yesterday, I stopped by the comic shop to clear out my box after at least a month or so, and found out that Spill Zone #2 was out. (But that they couldn't actually sell it to me yet...

    Do you like sleep? No, you don?t, if you?re reading Spill Zone. There is literally not one component of this story that is not creepy. The premise, the voice, the art?It?s the most uneasy feeling reading it. Which is why I couldn?t wait for Broken Vow. Book one left us ...

    The second volume in this series lives up to all the promise of the first, and expands on it to bring us an even better book this time around. The art isn't what I usually like but it's effectively used - drawing the completely other, non-euclidean creatures of the Spill can't be ea...

    This was deliciously creepy and had such a good ending. I'm curious to see if there will be more because there definitely could be. **Huge thanks to First Second for providing a finished copy free of charge** ...

    What the hell? You know when an author is building up this exciting suspense around a topic or certain aspect of a story, like a location, character, or any other element? And so you read on, really interested and making up your own theories in your mind. But then we the time com...

    Expanded on the world, but left just enough for me to desperately want more. I must admit, though, that I liked the atmosphere of the first book more. The very ending of this was pretty cool though. ...

    Three years ago something happened in Poughkeepsie, New York that left the town changed. Inside the Spill Zone nothing is quite right anymore. Dead bodies stand motionless, caught where they fell; strange creatures wander the zone; no one who goes into the zone comes out the same. A...

    Continuing the awesome series debut, the second installment has the action, the oddness, the intrigue, and the next-level artwork that the first one had. And includes the crazy talking doll who takes possession and others get drunk on the power that might lie within the spill zone. ...

    The second volume of Spill Zone really doesn't disappoint - the art is still fantastic and there is still a lot to be discovered about the world these characters inhabit. ...

    A pretty decent conclusion to the story started in the first volume. I had forgotten a lot of the background info so it took a few pages for me to jumpstart my brain but once I did I found myself getting back into it. This volume finally fills us in on what actually happened on Spill N...

    I lost interest when the story became this... 'I hate you because you killed blah-dee-blah.' 'I only killed blah-dee-blah because they killed so-and-so.' *** Insert comment from an eavesdropping character. I know, I know. She couldn't help it at this point... 'But I killed all the ...

    This second installment of the Spill Zone series does not disappoint. Full of twists and turns, I couldn't put this book down! ...

    REVIEW TO COME ...

  • Anne
    Jun 25, 2018

    I'm not typically the sort of person who picks up a book the day it comes out, but while running errands yesterday, I stopped by the comic shop to clear out my box after at least a month or so, and found out that Spill Zone #2 was out. (But that they couldn't actually sell it to me yet...

    Do you like sleep? No, you don?t, if you?re reading Spill Zone. There is literally not one component of this story that is not creepy. The premise, the voice, the art?It?s the most uneasy feeling reading it. Which is why I couldn?t wait for Broken Vow. Book one left us ...

    The second volume in this series lives up to all the promise of the first, and expands on it to bring us an even better book this time around. The art isn't what I usually like but it's effectively used - drawing the completely other, non-euclidean creatures of the Spill can't be ea...

    This was deliciously creepy and had such a good ending. I'm curious to see if there will be more because there definitely could be. **Huge thanks to First Second for providing a finished copy free of charge** ...

    What the hell? You know when an author is building up this exciting suspense around a topic or certain aspect of a story, like a location, character, or any other element? And so you read on, really interested and making up your own theories in your mind. But then we the time com...

    Expanded on the world, but left just enough for me to desperately want more. I must admit, though, that I liked the atmosphere of the first book more. The very ending of this was pretty cool though. ...

    Three years ago something happened in Poughkeepsie, New York that left the town changed. Inside the Spill Zone nothing is quite right anymore. Dead bodies stand motionless, caught where they fell; strange creatures wander the zone; no one who goes into the zone comes out the same. A...

    Continuing the awesome series debut, the second installment has the action, the oddness, the intrigue, and the next-level artwork that the first one had. And includes the crazy talking doll who takes possession and others get drunk on the power that might lie within the spill zone. ...

    The second volume of Spill Zone really doesn't disappoint - the art is still fantastic and there is still a lot to be discovered about the world these characters inhabit. ...

    A pretty decent conclusion to the story started in the first volume. I had forgotten a lot of the background info so it took a few pages for me to jumpstart my brain but once I did I found myself getting back into it. This volume finally fills us in on what actually happened on Spill N...

    I lost interest when the story became this... 'I hate you because you killed blah-dee-blah.' 'I only killed blah-dee-blah because they killed so-and-so.' *** Insert comment from an eavesdropping character. I know, I know. She couldn't help it at this point... 'But I killed all the ...

    This second installment of the Spill Zone series does not disappoint. Full of twists and turns, I couldn't put this book down! ...

    REVIEW TO COME ...

    This was a great graphic novel. The first, Spill Zone, was weird yet fascinating. Broken View had big shoes to fill and did so wonderfully. With the disproportionate creatures and mysterious. More insight was given to the night of the spill, yet I still want more. I hope this is not th...

    When I read the first book, I was completely hooked. In the sequel we finally get much needed answers, like who really is Vespertine. I would recommend this for fans of Stranger Things ...

    SPILL ZONE: THE BROKEN VOW was even more strange and creepy than the first novel. I have very similar feelings about this book to the first, especially about the art. I am not entirely used to graphic novels and find myself missing the fantastic artwork to get to the words faster. I co...

    I will be entirely honest, I didn?t know where this story was going to go! Regarding the art and style in this graphic novel, you can read my review for the first book here (because the same opinions apply to Spill Zone: The Broken Vow). And, as I mention in said review, I found that...

    This graphic novel is an interesting young adult story that is able to cross audiences to include an adult audience who should be able to be complete immerse in this world. This is the second in the series and unfortunately, I have not read the first in the series which I will soon...

    The colours in this book are spectacular! The story is dark and creepy but somehow the vibrant colours work. I love how this story wrapped up and didn't completely close the door on a continuation. Even if I don't get a sequel I'm quite pleased with how this concluded. ...

    still beautifully drawn but a bit of a letdown from the previous edition where everything felt more WTF!? some sci-fi/gov't response tropes felt contrived. Even so, it had an appropriately creepy ending. ...

    Full review to come but this is just as weird and wonderful as the first book ...

  • Faith
    Aug 29, 2018

    I'm not typically the sort of person who picks up a book the day it comes out, but while running errands yesterday, I stopped by the comic shop to clear out my box after at least a month or so, and found out that Spill Zone #2 was out. (But that they couldn't actually sell it to me yet...

    Do you like sleep? No, you don?t, if you?re reading Spill Zone. There is literally not one component of this story that is not creepy. The premise, the voice, the art?It?s the most uneasy feeling reading it. Which is why I couldn?t wait for Broken Vow. Book one left us ...

    The second volume in this series lives up to all the promise of the first, and expands on it to bring us an even better book this time around. The art isn't what I usually like but it's effectively used - drawing the completely other, non-euclidean creatures of the Spill can't be ea...

    This was deliciously creepy and had such a good ending. I'm curious to see if there will be more because there definitely could be. **Huge thanks to First Second for providing a finished copy free of charge** ...

    What the hell? You know when an author is building up this exciting suspense around a topic or certain aspect of a story, like a location, character, or any other element? And so you read on, really interested and making up your own theories in your mind. But then we the time com...

    Expanded on the world, but left just enough for me to desperately want more. I must admit, though, that I liked the atmosphere of the first book more. The very ending of this was pretty cool though. ...

  • Amy Lou
    Jul 28, 2018

    I'm not typically the sort of person who picks up a book the day it comes out, but while running errands yesterday, I stopped by the comic shop to clear out my box after at least a month or so, and found out that Spill Zone #2 was out. (But that they couldn't actually sell it to me yet...

    Do you like sleep? No, you don?t, if you?re reading Spill Zone. There is literally not one component of this story that is not creepy. The premise, the voice, the art?It?s the most uneasy feeling reading it. Which is why I couldn?t wait for Broken Vow. Book one left us ...

    The second volume in this series lives up to all the promise of the first, and expands on it to bring us an even better book this time around. The art isn't what I usually like but it's effectively used - drawing the completely other, non-euclidean creatures of the Spill can't be ea...

    This was deliciously creepy and had such a good ending. I'm curious to see if there will be more because there definitely could be. **Huge thanks to First Second for providing a finished copy free of charge** ...

    What the hell? You know when an author is building up this exciting suspense around a topic or certain aspect of a story, like a location, character, or any other element? And so you read on, really interested and making up your own theories in your mind. But then we the time com...

    Expanded on the world, but left just enough for me to desperately want more. I must admit, though, that I liked the atmosphere of the first book more. The very ending of this was pretty cool though. ...

    Three years ago something happened in Poughkeepsie, New York that left the town changed. Inside the Spill Zone nothing is quite right anymore. Dead bodies stand motionless, caught where they fell; strange creatures wander the zone; no one who goes into the zone comes out the same. A...

    Continuing the awesome series debut, the second installment has the action, the oddness, the intrigue, and the next-level artwork that the first one had. And includes the crazy talking doll who takes possession and others get drunk on the power that might lie within the spill zone. ...

    The second volume of Spill Zone really doesn't disappoint - the art is still fantastic and there is still a lot to be discovered about the world these characters inhabit. ...

    A pretty decent conclusion to the story started in the first volume. I had forgotten a lot of the background info so it took a few pages for me to jumpstart my brain but once I did I found myself getting back into it. This volume finally fills us in on what actually happened on Spill N...

    I lost interest when the story became this... 'I hate you because you killed blah-dee-blah.' 'I only killed blah-dee-blah because they killed so-and-so.' *** Insert comment from an eavesdropping character. I know, I know. She couldn't help it at this point... 'But I killed all the ...

    This second installment of the Spill Zone series does not disappoint. Full of twists and turns, I couldn't put this book down! ...

    REVIEW TO COME ...

    This was a great graphic novel. The first, Spill Zone, was weird yet fascinating. Broken View had big shoes to fill and did so wonderfully. With the disproportionate creatures and mysterious. More insight was given to the night of the spill, yet I still want more. I hope this is not th...

    When I read the first book, I was completely hooked. In the sequel we finally get much needed answers, like who really is Vespertine. I would recommend this for fans of Stranger Things ...

    SPILL ZONE: THE BROKEN VOW was even more strange and creepy than the first novel. I have very similar feelings about this book to the first, especially about the art. I am not entirely used to graphic novels and find myself missing the fantastic artwork to get to the words faster. I co...

    I will be entirely honest, I didn?t know where this story was going to go! Regarding the art and style in this graphic novel, you can read my review for the first book here (because the same opinions apply to Spill Zone: The Broken Vow). And, as I mention in said review, I found that...

    This graphic novel is an interesting young adult story that is able to cross audiences to include an adult audience who should be able to be complete immerse in this world. This is the second in the series and unfortunately, I have not read the first in the series which I will soon...

    The colours in this book are spectacular! The story is dark and creepy but somehow the vibrant colours work. I love how this story wrapped up and didn't completely close the door on a continuation. Even if I don't get a sequel I'm quite pleased with how this concluded. ...

    still beautifully drawn but a bit of a letdown from the previous edition where everything felt more WTF!? some sci-fi/gov't response tropes felt contrived. Even so, it had an appropriately creepy ending. ...

    Full review to come but this is just as weird and wonderful as the first book ...

    Love the art but didn't find the story quite as compelling as Vol 1. Still, a good series for teens into spooky weird shit. ...

    Flat conclusion to the first book, predictable and cliche :( ...

    Pretty fun! AMAZING art! I think it's the last one? Definitely left room for more events but also wrapped up most things. ...

    Wicked cool art that's still easy to follow, love the story. ...

    3.5 stars I just love the art style in these books, and the creepy stylistic feeling it gives off. The story is intriguing and odd in a good way, but I?m still confused? I?m not sure whether there will be more to the series, and I don?t know whether I?ll continue on if there i...

  • Flavia
    Aug 07, 2018

    I'm not typically the sort of person who picks up a book the day it comes out, but while running errands yesterday, I stopped by the comic shop to clear out my box after at least a month or so, and found out that Spill Zone #2 was out. (But that they couldn't actually sell it to me yet...

    Do you like sleep? No, you don?t, if you?re reading Spill Zone. There is literally not one component of this story that is not creepy. The premise, the voice, the art?It?s the most uneasy feeling reading it. Which is why I couldn?t wait for Broken Vow. Book one left us ...

    The second volume in this series lives up to all the promise of the first, and expands on it to bring us an even better book this time around. The art isn't what I usually like but it's effectively used - drawing the completely other, non-euclidean creatures of the Spill can't be ea...

    This was deliciously creepy and had such a good ending. I'm curious to see if there will be more because there definitely could be. **Huge thanks to First Second for providing a finished copy free of charge** ...

    What the hell? You know when an author is building up this exciting suspense around a topic or certain aspect of a story, like a location, character, or any other element? And so you read on, really interested and making up your own theories in your mind. But then we the time com...

    Expanded on the world, but left just enough for me to desperately want more. I must admit, though, that I liked the atmosphere of the first book more. The very ending of this was pretty cool though. ...

    Three years ago something happened in Poughkeepsie, New York that left the town changed. Inside the Spill Zone nothing is quite right anymore. Dead bodies stand motionless, caught where they fell; strange creatures wander the zone; no one who goes into the zone comes out the same. A...

    Continuing the awesome series debut, the second installment has the action, the oddness, the intrigue, and the next-level artwork that the first one had. And includes the crazy talking doll who takes possession and others get drunk on the power that might lie within the spill zone. ...

    The second volume of Spill Zone really doesn't disappoint - the art is still fantastic and there is still a lot to be discovered about the world these characters inhabit. ...

    A pretty decent conclusion to the story started in the first volume. I had forgotten a lot of the background info so it took a few pages for me to jumpstart my brain but once I did I found myself getting back into it. This volume finally fills us in on what actually happened on Spill N...

    I lost interest when the story became this... 'I hate you because you killed blah-dee-blah.' 'I only killed blah-dee-blah because they killed so-and-so.' *** Insert comment from an eavesdropping character. I know, I know. She couldn't help it at this point... 'But I killed all the ...

    This second installment of the Spill Zone series does not disappoint. Full of twists and turns, I couldn't put this book down! ...

    REVIEW TO COME ...

    This was a great graphic novel. The first, Spill Zone, was weird yet fascinating. Broken View had big shoes to fill and did so wonderfully. With the disproportionate creatures and mysterious. More insight was given to the night of the spill, yet I still want more. I hope this is not th...

    When I read the first book, I was completely hooked. In the sequel we finally get much needed answers, like who really is Vespertine. I would recommend this for fans of Stranger Things ...

    SPILL ZONE: THE BROKEN VOW was even more strange and creepy than the first novel. I have very similar feelings about this book to the first, especially about the art. I am not entirely used to graphic novels and find myself missing the fantastic artwork to get to the words faster. I co...

    I will be entirely honest, I didn?t know where this story was going to go! Regarding the art and style in this graphic novel, you can read my review for the first book here (because the same opinions apply to Spill Zone: The Broken Vow). And, as I mention in said review, I found that...

  • Kayla Leitschuh
    Sep 14, 2018

    I'm not typically the sort of person who picks up a book the day it comes out, but while running errands yesterday, I stopped by the comic shop to clear out my box after at least a month or so, and found out that Spill Zone #2 was out. (But that they couldn't actually sell it to me yet...

    Do you like sleep? No, you don?t, if you?re reading Spill Zone. There is literally not one component of this story that is not creepy. The premise, the voice, the art?It?s the most uneasy feeling reading it. Which is why I couldn?t wait for Broken Vow. Book one left us ...

    The second volume in this series lives up to all the promise of the first, and expands on it to bring us an even better book this time around. The art isn't what I usually like but it's effectively used - drawing the completely other, non-euclidean creatures of the Spill can't be ea...

    This was deliciously creepy and had such a good ending. I'm curious to see if there will be more because there definitely could be. **Huge thanks to First Second for providing a finished copy free of charge** ...

    What the hell? You know when an author is building up this exciting suspense around a topic or certain aspect of a story, like a location, character, or any other element? And so you read on, really interested and making up your own theories in your mind. But then we the time com...

    Expanded on the world, but left just enough for me to desperately want more. I must admit, though, that I liked the atmosphere of the first book more. The very ending of this was pretty cool though. ...

    Three years ago something happened in Poughkeepsie, New York that left the town changed. Inside the Spill Zone nothing is quite right anymore. Dead bodies stand motionless, caught where they fell; strange creatures wander the zone; no one who goes into the zone comes out the same. A...

    Continuing the awesome series debut, the second installment has the action, the oddness, the intrigue, and the next-level artwork that the first one had. And includes the crazy talking doll who takes possession and others get drunk on the power that might lie within the spill zone. ...

    The second volume of Spill Zone really doesn't disappoint - the art is still fantastic and there is still a lot to be discovered about the world these characters inhabit. ...

    A pretty decent conclusion to the story started in the first volume. I had forgotten a lot of the background info so it took a few pages for me to jumpstart my brain but once I did I found myself getting back into it. This volume finally fills us in on what actually happened on Spill N...

    I lost interest when the story became this... 'I hate you because you killed blah-dee-blah.' 'I only killed blah-dee-blah because they killed so-and-so.' *** Insert comment from an eavesdropping character. I know, I know. She couldn't help it at this point... 'But I killed all the ...

    This second installment of the Spill Zone series does not disappoint. Full of twists and turns, I couldn't put this book down! ...