Gravekeeper TV Series

By Rindzler

A young grave keeper must protect his town against the rising threat of the undead.

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Genre: Animation
No. Reviews: 1 | Length: 34 pages
Published: 2 months ago

Summary

Greg Graves comes from a long line of warriors known as the Gravekeepers,
an organization dedicated to protecting the world of the living from the threat of
the undead. His parents, Grant and Margaret, unfortunately, met their end when he
was a child. As a result, Greg now lives with his uncle and works at his family’s
business, The Sunnyvale Cemetery as he trains to one day become a fully-fledged
Gravekeeper.

After an encounter with a construct, Greg Graves and his uncle Graham must
track down the mad scientist Dr. Blumenstein and put a stop to his deranged
experiments. Greg learns more about the doctor’s victims while Graham discovers
his secret lair. Greg breaks into the lab expecting to find Blumenstein, only to be
attacked by Frankie, one of his constructs.

As the danger mounts, Greg challenges his uncle’s refusal to fight. Graham
learns to let go of his grievances and be the parent that Greg needs. It is discovered
that Blumenstein is collecting body parts for his dying son Adrian, in an attempt to
save his life. In the final confrontation, Graham defeats Frankie while Greg catches
Blumenstein. The uncle and nephew briefly reconcile as Graham commits to being a
proper guardian.

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REVIEWS

So... This is a good script.
The concept is amazing.
The first page fight hooked me and kept me going till the end.
The character and it's plot has been carefully fleshed out but it could be better.
I get that Greg's parents died and he tried to bring them back. I absolutely feel for Greg but it could be better if it is shown and not told. The end part where Greg tells Blumenetein what happened to his parents is not so good. There are other ways to end.
The scenes are well written though the dialogue could be better. Conflicts and descriptions definitely made sense.
I enjoyed reading this.

  • 1 month ago
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  • 3.5