About the Book

Original Publication Date: March 26, 2013

A manga adaptation of Sherrilyn Kenyon’s Chronicles of Nick series, a prequel to the immensely popular Dark-Hunter novels. A young, streetwise Nick Gautier meets Dark-Hunter Kyrian of Thrace, who shows Nick a world of vampires, demons, and zombies far more dangerous than the mean streets of New Orleans. A must-read for existing fans and those new to the supernatural world of the Dark-Hunters!



The Hero: Nick (CON)

My name is Nick Gautier and this is the story of my life. First off, get the name right. It's pronounced Go-shay not Go-tee-ay or Goat-chay (that has an extra H in it and as my mom says we're so poor we couldn't afford the extra letter). I'm not some fancy French fashion designer. I'm just a regular kid... well as regular as someone with a stripper for a mother and a career felon for a father can be. But as my mom so often says friends are...

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  • Artemis

  • Nick DH (Spoiler Alert)

  • Ambrose (Contains Spoilers)

  • Ian

  • Kyl (CON)

  • Acheron

  • Adarian

  • Kyrian

  • Liza

  • Madaug

  • Mark

  • Nekoda

  • Nick (Squire)

  • Nick (CON)

  • Rosa

  • Stone (CON)

  • Tad

  • Aimee

  • Alex Peltier

  • Brynna (CON)

  • Bubba

  • Caleb

  • Casey

  • Cherise

  • Eric

  • Tabitha

  • Phil Poitiers

  • Eli

  • Sanctuary

The Story Behind The Story

Chronicles of Nick is a series Sherri wanted to write for a long time. Fans kept asking for a series they could share with their children. Plus it allows the Dark-Hunter fans to see how Nick grew up and became the "man" he is in the series.

But the real catalyst happened the day Sherri's oldest son came home from school lamenting over his reading list. "I swear, Mom, if I have to read one more girl book, I'm going to start ovulating. I can't take it anymore. Write me something with a teenage guy who isn't a jerk. Do you know how hard it is to discuss books in class about how all men are pigs and then try to ask a girl out? It's horrifying."

Sherri promised him she would. She wanted to create a series that both males and females could enjoy equally. Something with a lot of adventure, snappy comebacks, and sarcasm so sharp, it should be registered as a lethal weapon....

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This comicS ROX

Grace, September 20, 2015

I was wondering. Are the drawings in colour or in black & white?

Lissie, September 4, 2015

    Black and white.

    Carl, MB Staff, September 8, 2015