The world is rioting and everyone has turned to their darker sides. In all this mayhem, Cal seeks help from those long gone, but can he and the few outcasts still on his side save a world that has always shunned them?
A critic once wrote that the mark of well-developed characters is this: Would you be willing to read a story in which these characters just went through mundane activities and talked with each others? With Steve NIles CRIMINAL MACABRE stories - the answer is a resounding yes. Read Full Review
Criminal Macabre: The Third Child #3 may not be the most eventful entry in the Criminal Macabre saga, but that doesn't mean that it doesn't entice. Giving deep character development, and intense overtones, the issue proves a brilliant set-up for the finale, coming highly recommended. Read Full Review
This issue picks up with Cal at his familys gravesite. He continues his emotional talk with his father and we hear some bolstering up that we rarely hear in regards to Cal. In last months issue, hefinally broke to the point of asking for help, admitting he didnt know the answers. That was a big step for Cal, and this issue takes an even bigger one. Headmits a lot of harrowing truths as we watch his reality crumble around him. But his father reminds him that he chose to walk in the dark to fight for those who couldnt fight for themselves. And its at that moment that Cal realizes what he needs to do to Read Full Review