As artists, Casey and Parkhouse know the meaning of this better than most and in their symbiotic, telepathic connection the two have created a story of limitless horror and power. It is a story of raw emotion and brutal honesty, universal despite the specificity of its location and characters, timeless in its style and message. This is comics as fantasy and therapy, a bleak but fulfilling follow-up on promise and potential. This is horror as it should be told, no holds barred, nothing held back. This is fiction as a reminder that everyday wasted is a move further away from the destination we set for ourselves, back when we believed. Read Full Review
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