Rivers of London Vol. 1: Body Work

Rivers of London Vol. 1: Body Work Review

Peter Grant looks look your average London police officer, but he is actually a part-time wizard in a very elite branch of the Metropolitan Police. It's his job to investigate those crimes that regular cops don't like to talk about because they often involve vampires or strange things in Underground tunnels.

Peter's latest case features a self-driving killer automobile, a Serbian refugee, the Most Haunted Car in England, a handsome drug dealer with a nice paisley scarf and a seemingly harmless wooden bench with a dark past!

Collecting the sell-out smash mini-series, Rivers of London: Body Work!

Title:Rivers of London Vol. 1: Body Work
Edition Language:English

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    Rivers of London Vol. 1: Body Work Reviews

  • carol.

    Despite an affinity for both the written word and the visual arts, I have yet to be engrossed in a graphic novel. Quite honestly, I have yet to be even a little bit moved. This is clearly a case of "i...

  • Lois Bujold

    Ah, this was fun. What a neat idea/medium for presenting smaller-scale or side stories to the main arc of the novels. Casefics, as it were. London cop and apprentice wizard Peter Grant investigates a ...

  • Lyn

    For those of us who cannot get enough of the Peter Grant story, nor fast enough, the producers of Titan Comics have teamed Ben Aaronovitch up with gifted illustrators Andrew Cartmel, Lee Sullivan and ...

  • Lata

    2019-01: 3.5 stars. A little episode in the life of Peter, Guleed and Nightingale. I am so glad that Guleed is getting pulled into Falcon cases. This time it's killer cars, with a tie to a situation i...

  • Caro the Helmet Lady

    OK, let's talk Peter Grant Body Work. Graphics/art work - didn't knock me out of my socks, but it was very decent and neat. I hate airbrushing (I know, I am repeating myself, pardon me) and it looks e...

  • Cathy

    “A perfect blend of CSI and Harry Potter“I read the complete series and one of the novellas/short stories and wanted to see, how and what the comic adds to it.Ok, so I pictured Guleed shorter and ...

  • Paul E. Morph

    Inevitably, perhaps, this wasn't as good as the novels but it's still well worth a read if you're a fan of the series. The artwork's nice and the characters 'feel' right (even if they don't look how I...

  • Andrew

    I will admit that I came late to the party over "The rivers of London" but I will gladly party with the best of them over it. The book series is brilliant although I will reluctantly put my hand up an...

  • Melania 🍒

    2,25/5Blah...

  • Sud666

    Rivers of London follows in the footsteps of a rather familiar concept- a secret police force that deals with supernatural events. Rivers focus on a team called "falcon" that is a part of the London M...