"TAG" In 1984 New Jersey, a young woman runs from her hidden, devilish past - and the monster that may be hunting her down. Special guest artist EMILIO LAISO (HACK/SLASH) delivers this chilling tale from the Hoax Hunters archives!
Another great story, brilliantly written, but, this time, it seems to have a creepy edge to it, making it stand out from the previous story. Lovely-drawn panels are present right through, making it very pleasing to the eye. I'm giving this a very well-deserved 9/10. Read Full Review
Adding to this issues awesomeness is Emilio Laiso. His art is simply magnificent. There characters have a slightly exaggerated, cartoon look to them at times which is in no way a bad thing. This book just has a style that was missing from the earlier issues. Mix in some inspired color work by Rosario Costanzo and you have one sweet looking package. Hoax Hunters needs to stay in this sort of territory, it's really given the series a whole new life. Read Full Review
Overall, a pretty solid standalone issue of Hoax Hunters. It features a good story with a few twists. While the ending may leave you a little unfulfilled, it's no reason not to pick it up. Plus a Pac Man arcade machine makes a cameo, so there's always that. Read Full Review
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