Graphic novel lovers, are you craving some paranormal adventure? We are here to help with three *Web Exclusive Reviews* for spooky graphic novels you may have missed:

 

  Lucas and Jenna are stuck at summer camp, but something is clearly very wrong at Brain Camp. Some kids are disappearing while others are turning into braniacs and it's up to these two reluctant campers to get to the bottom of the mystery. This terrifying take on everyone's favorite school break was published in August. It was written by Laurence Klavan and Susan Kim with art by Faith Evan Hicks.

 

 

   
  Maybe you are craving something with a heroine who is just discovering her own powers? Look no farther than Jane Yolen's Foiled. High school student Aliera had no idea that she was anything other than ordinary until she picked up a secondhand fencing foil and became a magical protector in this April story illustrated by Mike Cavallaro.

 

 

   
  Or perhaps you prefer a more experienced character hunting evil? Dean Koontz's Odd Thomas is your man. October saw the return of this hero who RT Reviewer Ruth Walters calls "likeable, awkward, and sweetly clever." Odd Is On Our Side is the second installment of the graphic adventure co-written by Koontz and Fred Van Lente with illustrations by Queenie Chan.
     
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