Ghosted in L.A., Vol. 1

Ghosted in L.A., Vol. 1 Review

Daphne Walters moves to Los Angeles and finds that the only ones who can help her find love and live life to the fullest are the ghosts of her new home!

In Los Angeles, finding an apartment is killer—unless you live with the dead. Daphne Walters moves to Los Angeles for her boyfriend Ronnie, ready to live her happily ever after. But when happily ever after turns into happily for a month, she’s stuck in a strange city with no friends, family, or prospects for fun. Desperate to escape the lingering ghost of Ronnie’s presence everywhere, Daphne sets out to explore the city—and ends up encountering ghosts of a more literal kind! Rycroft Manor is abandoned, beautiful, and haunted. Will the dead be able to help Daphne find the life she’s been missing in the big city? From GLAAD Award-nominated Sina Grace (Iceman) and illustrator Siobhan Keenan (Jem and the Holograms) comes a story about learning how to make friends, find love, and live life to the fullest with a little help from some friends whose lives didn't end at death. Collects Ghosted In L.A #1-4.

Title:Ghosted in L.A., Vol. 1
Edition Language:English

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    Ghosted in L.A., Vol. 1 Reviews

  • Chelsea (chelseadolling reads)

    I have been on a roll LATELY with reading great graphic novels and this one was no different! While I do think this one suffered a little bit from a lack of world building, I still VERY much enjoyed t...

  • Paul E. Morph

    Really nice artwork on this one but the story didn’t really grab me. I think part of the problem might be that, at 44, I’m at least twice as old as the intended target audience. If you’re in you...

  • Chad

    I'll just start with I am definitely not the target audience for this. It was OK. It's the story of a young woman, Daphne, who follows her boyfriend to college, is immediately dumped and stumbles on M...

  • Julia ?

    Ghosted in L.A. Vol 1 had a great premise. We follow a girl, Daphne, while after moving she meets new undead friends. The art is absolutely stunning, and the representation was also really good (jewis...

  • destiny ??? [howling libraries]

    This was a really fun, unique storyline! I loved the different personalities of the ghosts and the fact that each of them have a style that's representative of the times they died in. The twist with o...

  • Briar's Reviews

    To begin with, that cover pulled me in. Sure, the description and title sound awesome but the cover is just gorgeous! It pulls me in because I want to know why the lead is the center of attention. Tho...

  • anna ( of readsrainbow)

    rep: bi/pan Jewish mc, gay side characters(read as single issues)...

  • Ana Ramos

    The story grabbed me almost by the sec. The art and color pallet were absolutely stunning! There's only so much LGBTQ+ representation right? In this coming of age story we see Daphne having real stru...

  • Shannon

    I hated the first two issues and almost dropped this, but the art kept me interested and I've continued reading it. I'm not saying this became a fantastic series or anything, but it's an adequate dist...

  • Greyson | Use Your Words

    Representation: Bi Jewish main character & gay side charactersThis was really fun and has such a interesting premise! I too, would love to live in an old L.A. manor with a variety of ghosts from decad...