But I think reading Ragemoor in the collected edition is missing out.This series really made me feel the power of a serial. Each issue, released a month apart, left me engaged but wondering what the hell was going on. The tension built slowly, an issue at a time, and Ragemoor became one of the comics I was most looking forward to every month, because I wanted to know what the hell was going on. And then I get to this issue, this spectacular capstone that turns it all up to 11, and the payoff is all the greater because I have waited so long. Being able to just flip through the whole book in 30 minutes or so, you will lose that tension and slow tease. Read Full Review
This is a wonderful valentine for fans of gothic horror. A slick, sick, twisted tale that I'm sorry to see end. Yet Ragemoor still stands…one can only hope for more horror to issue from its depths. Read Full Review
In the end it did what it accomplished to do, deliver a bizarre & disturbing horror story about an ancient evil castle with its doomed occupants that dwell within. Dark Horse is the best comic book company that delivers these types of fright stories for any horror fanatic like myself and here’s hoping they continue with that tradition. The entire story arc gets a 4 star rating. Read Full Review
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