This series is one that I will not soon forget and will feel the pain of its absence next month. As strange as this comes across I don’t want the story to continue, it has the possibility if the creative team decided to. Personally though, it’s perfect ending right where it is. It leaves you longing for more, but knowing exactly where the story is going and that is so incredibly rare in not just modern comics but the industry as a whole. If you missed this series I encourage you to pass on “Something vs Something” or “Reboot #10” and grab the first two issues from the back issue bin or digitally. These three issues are perhaps three of the best single issue comics I have ever read in my life; and when you put them together the sum is greater than the parts. Read Full Review
Ending on a promise of future horrors to come for Harrick through no fault of his own instead of a bloody reckoning for past sins is just a bit too strong of an ironic streak in this story by writer/co-creator Bobby Curnow. Still, this is visceral and visual treat that horror fans should enjoy. Read Full Review
It's an outline of a story explaining an outline of a story, but without those pesky little things like character development or motive we're really just treated to an author telling us his idea for a movie about the origin of Werewolves. It's too bad too, because the Pencils and Colors are once again fantastic. I'd love to see Chris Mowry move onto a series such a 30 days of night where his knack for gore and slightly surreal imagery can be put to better use. Read Full Review
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