Farmhand, Vol. 2: Thorne in the Flesh

Farmhand, Vol. 2: Thorne in the Flesh

Jedidiah Jenkins is a simple farmer. But his cash crop isn't corn or soy. He grows fast-healing, highly-customizable human organs.

For years Jed's organic transplants have been a miracle cure. Of course, that was before his former patients began to transform into something not quite human.

As these poor souls come to the Jenkins Farm searching for answers, a dark figure lurks in their shadow with sinister plans for Jedidiah, his family and the world.

Collects FARMHAND #6-10

Title:Farmhand, Vol. 2: Thorne in the Flesh
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781534313323
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    Farmhand, Vol. 2: Thorne in the Flesh Reviews

  • Carol Tilley

    4.5...

  • ValÚria.

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  • Luna Bookish

    I am very glad that I had the second volume ready to go after reading the first and this did not disappoint. The plot continues to be interesting and imaginative and thee artwork continues to really l...

  • SuperSillySerra

    Creepier than the first. Farmhand is still going steady with its plot. The first volume feels a little more fast pace but this second volume is definitely spookier! Finding out more about the planets ...

  • Rick Brose

    Where the first volume introduced an intriguing concept with cool art, volume two starts to dive into the meat of this story. I enjoyed the unfolding plot, as we get to see glimpses of the past interm...

  • Bonnie

    Really looking forward to where this series goes! Can't wait for the next volume!...

  • Aaron

    A well-drawn and written story. I look forward to seeing where he goes with the story....

  • A M H

    Second volume is starting to grow in momentum. I like the interesting concept of this series. I hope we see more of Thorne's side as the story continues....

  • Kyle Dinges

    Farmhand continues to impress in volume 2. In this volume we get a shift more towards horror, now that the groundwork for the series was laid out in the first volume. I find it to really be an intrigu...

  • Chris

    I really like the dynamic in the Jenkins family, it feels so realistic it helps keep the story grounded, it makes me feel like these people were yanked out of a family drama and dumped into this world...