Sons of the Devil #9 does an amazing job of setting up the second arc's conclusion, with there being some interesting revelations along the way. The character depth and dramatic flair also helps this to become an enjoyable read, with the final page sure to leave readers speculating as to how this arc will end. Read Full Review
Overall, issue #9 is much of what we'd expect from Sons of the Devil, and that's a good thing if the real horror is coming soon. It's been said that if you talk about death enough, death comes. Well, Travis' father is being mentioned more and more, and soon the devil will be here. From this point on though, the score has to drop half a point for each issue without a significant plot advancement. Clock is on. Read Full Review
Sons of the Devil has pulled me into its tangled web of cults, family, and destiny. I've gone from hating Travis to wishing he gets a break in this crazy world. Infante's artwork has an intensity that makes the book exciting to read from cover to cover. It's got a great beach noir tone that's deadly as it is beautiful. Read Full Review
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