Sebastian Greene is finding it increasingly difficult to keep his true identity a secret from his partner, Sana Fayez. At the same time, he's finally tracked down the Juice Box Killer-but can he take on the horrendous beast by himself?
If you're not already readingWeird Detective, you certainly should be. This isn't the type of book that should be allowed to fly under the radar. That's just doing it a major disservice. I'm not sure what anyone could want out of a comic that this book doesn't have. Read Full Review
The artwork is stunning and strange, and required a lot more character to work than we've seen in the first three issues – and it allows for some of the best art we've seen from Guiu Vilanova. The backgrounds in particular panels are ridiculously amazing and capture the moment of the story incredibly well. The colours are what sets this apart from other comics though, it's a weird pallete that sets a peculiar tone: something that fits the story and characters like a glove. Read Full Review
The Shadow Out of Time isn't one of my favorite H.P. Lovecraft stories, but I do love the concepts it deals with. I also absolutely love the way Weird Detective is using them to frame the story. You don't have to be familiar with Lovecraft's work to enjoy this title, but it certainly does enhance things. Read Full Review