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Ferris Bueller meets Kill Bill. On prom night, Perry discovers that Gobi, his family's dishwater-dull Lithuanian exchange student, is actually a beautiful and deadly assassin. Boyer successfully juggles an assortment of accents in this madcap adventure that speeds along as fast as Perry's father's Jaguar.
Jazz, the son of one of the most notorious of all serial killers, must come to terms with his upbringing by hunting down a new serial killer in his hometown. Transitions from character voices that are chilling to comedic are deftly handled. Thurston delivers a narration that matches the intensity of Lyga's violent, brutal -- and completely mesmerizing -- work.
Apprentice monstrumologist Will Henry follows his master to Africa, searching for a creature that uses human body parts and toxic goo to create nests capable of turning people into monsters. Boyer's understated, creepy narration heightens the delicious horror of this Gothic story.