Demonic #3 takes the world from the last two issues and crams a lot more information for you to enjoy. Christopher Sebela writes a story is becoming increasingly complex that can be a little overwhelming. Both Niko Walter and Dan Brown us a visual journey our eyes deserve. The world is detailed but not overdone, and the color provided is attractive to the eyes as you go through each page. Read Full Review
Walter's loose drawing style with Brown's use of blues and browns are adequate for the rugged, big city crime/horror genre. Their cover work on the series thus far will absolutely catch your eye. The beautifully seductive, yet eerie body morphing Aeshma is definitely a visual highlight. Along with each anticlimactic ending, pacing seems to be a recurring concern. Everything storytelling-wise is there, but the execution alternates with interesting and flat delivery. Read Full Review
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