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The hit FOX tv series comes to life in this graphic novel series. Since Ichabod Crane woke in present day Sleepy Hollow, New York after dying on the battlefield in the Revolutionary war, he and police lieutenant Abbie Mills have come to expect that evil always finds its way into the town of Sleepy Hollow. But they will learn that sometimes, it’s already there, waiting to be The hit FOX tv series comes to life in this graphic novel series. Since Ichabod Crane woke in present day Sleepy Hollow, New York after dying on the battlefield in the Revolutionary war, he and police lieutenant Abbie Mills have come to expect that evil always finds its way into the town of Sleepy Hollow. But they will learn that sometimes, it’s already there, waiting to be unlocked and unleashed on the souls unlucky enough to find it. Items as harmless as a music box or grandfather clock can be used as weapons in the ongoing war to bring about the apocalypse. Abbie and Crane will have to rely on each other if they are both to make it out alive. Written by Marguerite Bennett (A-Force, Angela: Aasgard's Assassin) and illustrated by Jorge Coelho (Polarity, Loki: Agent of Asgard), this action-packed volume takes place during the first season of the fan-favorite television series and features stories of Ichabod and Abbie’s hilarious day to day life in the 21st century by Noelle Stevenson (­Nimona, Lumberjanes).


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The hit FOX tv series comes to life in this graphic novel series. Since Ichabod Crane woke in present day Sleepy Hollow, New York after dying on the battlefield in the Revolutionary war, he and police lieutenant Abbie Mills have come to expect that evil always finds its way into the town of Sleepy Hollow. But they will learn that sometimes, it’s already there, waiting to be The hit FOX tv series comes to life in this graphic novel series. Since Ichabod Crane woke in present day Sleepy Hollow, New York after dying on the battlefield in the Revolutionary war, he and police lieutenant Abbie Mills have come to expect that evil always finds its way into the town of Sleepy Hollow. But they will learn that sometimes, it’s already there, waiting to be unlocked and unleashed on the souls unlucky enough to find it. Items as harmless as a music box or grandfather clock can be used as weapons in the ongoing war to bring about the apocalypse. Abbie and Crane will have to rely on each other if they are both to make it out alive. Written by Marguerite Bennett (A-Force, Angela: Aasgard's Assassin) and illustrated by Jorge Coelho (Polarity, Loki: Agent of Asgard), this action-packed volume takes place during the first season of the fan-favorite television series and features stories of Ichabod and Abbie’s hilarious day to day life in the 21st century by Noelle Stevenson (­Nimona, Lumberjanes).

30 review for Sleepy Hollow, Vol. 1

  1. 4 out of 5

    Chelsea 🏳️‍🌈

    Let's be real, this is 10x better than the show. This book was adorable! The chemistry with Abbie and Ichabod is so well done. This does a mcuh better job than the show did managing how they care for each other. The show often felt more one sided with Abbie constantly taking care of Ichabod and not so much vice versa. Here, we get a lot of the little ways Crane care for Abbie such as trying to feed her, bringing her coffee, buying her a pie shaped alarm clock (that reminds her of Corbin, I think Let's be real, this is 10x better than the show. This book was adorable! The chemistry with Abbie and Ichabod is so well done. This does a mcuh better job than the show did managing how they care for each other. The show often felt more one sided with Abbie constantly taking care of Ichabod and not so much vice versa. Here, we get a lot of the little ways Crane care for Abbie such as trying to feed her, bringing her coffee, buying her a pie shaped alarm clock (that reminds her of Corbin, I think). Noelle Stevenson had these 4 cute little shorts. One where Abbie and Ichabod with movies and Abbie falls asleep on his shoulder (adorable!) One where where Ichabod resolves himself to win Abbie a stuffed bear at a carnival (also extremely adorable!). The last one features Abbie and Ichabod attending a renaissance fair which was a really cute concept. I loved Ichabod asking Abbie to dance and them bonding over music and teaching each other new things. I loved how much focus this comic put on Ichabod as a fish out of water and Abbie helping him adjust. The cases are good. They're well paced and not overly long. Most of all, I really like that there’s actual focus on Abbie here. She has agency, we get glimpses of her past and what she went through before meeting Ichabod. In this comic, Abbie doesn't just exist to assist Ichabod. She really feels like a main character. She's also a total badass towards the end of the book. The art style works for the stories and I really loved Noto's covers, as well. Honestly, I really wish Bennett had been able to write the show. I feel as though Abbie's character would've actually been a true main character, we would've gotten more of her backstory and fans like me would've stayed loyal to it with writing like this.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Lindsay Heller

    Well, this was enjoyable. I didn't know they did these. It made me remember how fun this show was in the beginning. Well, this was enjoyable. I didn't know they did these. It made me remember how fun this show was in the beginning.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Quentin Wallace

    This wasn't bad, but wasn't quite on the level of the show. The stories were a little nonsensical at times, but the books, mainly the dialogue, did capture the "feel" of the TV series. The art was a little too cartoony for me, and since these were horror stories that type of art didn't fit so well. Overall not a bad read for fans of the TV show, but nothing ground breaking. This wasn't bad, but wasn't quite on the level of the show. The stories were a little nonsensical at times, but the books, mainly the dialogue, did capture the "feel" of the TV series. The art was a little too cartoony for me, and since these were horror stories that type of art didn't fit so well. Overall not a bad read for fans of the TV show, but nothing ground breaking.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Noora

    Something like three and a half stars for the actual story but five stars to Noelle Stevenson's Abbie and Ichabod shorts at the end (my reason for buying this book in the first place). Just delightful! Something like three and a half stars for the actual story but five stars to Noelle Stevenson's Abbie and Ichabod shorts at the end (my reason for buying this book in the first place). Just delightful!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jessica McAllister

    I liked the concept of this but I felt like I came in at the middle of the story. I have never seen the show so I didn't have any background info. But I liked the partner dynamic between Crane and Abbie. I liked the concept of this but I felt like I came in at the middle of the story. I have never seen the show so I didn't have any background info. But I liked the partner dynamic between Crane and Abbie.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Maria

    Solid writing reminiscent of the actor portrayals in the show. Great pencils and inks! love the use of color throughout the pages. Gonna have to look for the rest of these as long as Abby's involved! Solid writing reminiscent of the actor portrayals in the show. Great pencils and inks! love the use of color throughout the pages. Gonna have to look for the rest of these as long as Abby's involved!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Adrienne Cianfarini

    cute

  8. 4 out of 5

    Stephen Hamilton

    An enjoyable read with an imaginative common thread running through all four issues. I'd probably have enjoyed it more if I'd ever seen the TV series. An enjoyable read with an imaginative common thread running through all four issues. I'd probably have enjoyed it more if I'd ever seen the TV series.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Cale

    Well, it kind of captures the likenesses and performances of the actors. But the stories here aren't significant additions to the Sleepy Hollow canon, and several of them barely even make sense. Although I will say some of the images from the last issue are fairly creative. But as a casual fan of the series, this book didn't do much for me. The shorts by Noelle Stevenson are silly fun, but I think they're presented in the wrong order. All told, unless you're a die-hard fan of the series, there's Well, it kind of captures the likenesses and performances of the actors. But the stories here aren't significant additions to the Sleepy Hollow canon, and several of them barely even make sense. Although I will say some of the images from the last issue are fairly creative. But as a casual fan of the series, this book didn't do much for me. The shorts by Noelle Stevenson are silly fun, but I think they're presented in the wrong order. All told, unless you're a die-hard fan of the series, there's no reason to pick this up.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Megan Lucy

    Marguerite Bennett does a good job of capturing the TV characters' voices and some of the supernatural aspects of the universe work better in comic book form than on TV. The storylines are a little hard to follow at times, but that is par for the course with Sleepy Hollow. I don't recommend the series for anyone who has never watched the show. The art is a little inconsistent. Noelle Stevenson's short stories at the end of the volume are absolutely adorable and make you wish there was a whole se Marguerite Bennett does a good job of capturing the TV characters' voices and some of the supernatural aspects of the universe work better in comic book form than on TV. The storylines are a little hard to follow at times, but that is par for the course with Sleepy Hollow. I don't recommend the series for anyone who has never watched the show. The art is a little inconsistent. Noelle Stevenson's short stories at the end of the volume are absolutely adorable and make you wish there was a whole series based on them.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Bernice Rizor

    Hoping i can find rest them to read I really like sleepy hollow books

  12. 4 out of 5

    James

    I like stories about people taken out of their time. The art was okay and the concepts interesting.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Jana

    Ughhhh just no. It jumps around SO much. It's SO weird. Did not enjoy this whatsoever. Ughhhh just no. It jumps around SO much. It's SO weird. Did not enjoy this whatsoever.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Forrest

    I enjoy the show and this comic had a lot of the good of the show plus some extra fun thrown in.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Patrick

  16. 4 out of 5

    May

  17. 4 out of 5

    Paul Hill

  18. 5 out of 5

    Kelly Mucalo

  19. 5 out of 5

    Cormon03

  20. 4 out of 5

    Kat

  21. 4 out of 5

    xXQueenofHeartsXx

  22. 5 out of 5

    Ryan

  23. 4 out of 5

    Xaanua

  24. 5 out of 5

    Alex

  25. 4 out of 5

    Mary

  26. 5 out of 5

    InJokeTaken

  27. 4 out of 5

    Mithun Gangopadhyay

  28. 4 out of 5

    Mary

  29. 4 out of 5

    Jeremy

  30. 4 out of 5

    Matt

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