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Black Mould is a graphic novel about Peter Grant written by Ben Aaronovitch and Andrew Cartmel, consisting of five comic books. It is illustrated by Lee Sullivan and coloured by Luis Guerrero.

The events take place between Foxglove Summer and The Hanging Tree.[1]

Black-mould

PartsEdit

The graphic novel was first published in five separate parts, and the whole story was later collected into one volume.

  • Part 1: Breaking the Mould
  • Part 2: Rumble in the Fungal
  • Part 3: Forcible Eviction
  • Part 4: Noddy's Nocturnal Adventure
  • Part 5: Guitar Solo

PlotEdit

Peter's colleague, Muslim ninja and possible trusty sidekick, Sahra Guleed, has discovered a mould problem in the house of a friend. But what at first seems just a virulent fungus takes a far darker turn when the mould attacks Guleed, piquing Peter's interest and suggesting something far more dangerous...

List of returning charactersEdit

List of characters introduced in this story Edit

  • Loria Petal
  • Tonya
  • Cecily Durose
  • Keith Suttle
  • Genevieve Marcora
  • Billy Conant
  • Jenny Hayford
  • Buddy Rainbird
  • Lola Canning
  • Sherry Ronsted
  • Leavit Hessell
  • Raymond Dealtry
  • Israel Grainger
  • Matthew Welcome
  • Astrid Bivalacqua

Tales from... Edit

After the main story, in the individual comics, one-page comics are included. The subtitles are:

Other Extras... Edit

After the main story, in the individual comics, some multiple-page illustrated articles are included. Their subtitles are:

  • The Folly & its Environs - Russell Square, Somers Town, London Metropolitan Archives, The Barbican Shakespeare Tower
  • The North - Highgate Hill, Hampstead Heath, The Tyburn, Kentish Town - The Peckwater Estate, Acland Burghley School, Peel Centre - Hendon, Camden
  • Peter Grant's London: The West - Marble Arch, Green Park, Hyde Park Corner, Leinster Gardens, Harrods, New Scotland Yard,
  • Peter Grant's London: Thameside & South -Richmond, Southwark, Wapping, The South Bank
  • Peter Grant's London: The West End - Covent Garden, The Actor's Church, Charing Cross Police Station, Bow Street Magistrates Court, Berwick Street

ReferencesEdit

  1. http://temporarilysignificant.blogspot.co.uk/p/a-chronology-of-rivers-of-london-books.html

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