Overall, this series is progressing along nicely, doing all kinds of interesting and surprising things with our idea of the zombie and, in so doing, crafting one unique story. At the same time, it looks gorgeous, and between Bunn's careful writing and Jones' expressive art it's hard not to feel for these characters. It'll be exciting to find out what's next for our (significantly changed) draugr friend, and see just where this new alliance takes him. Read Full Review
Bunn and Jones' partnership has been confident since the beginning, but now that their story is coming into full visibility, Jones has been able to stretch and create some truly stunning backdrops and creatures, with Nick Filardi's color palette swelling alongside it. The third issue is brighter, imbued not not necessarily with hope, per se, but with the light of realization, as Rikard has found new purpose and sees the truth of his situation and witnesses the full extent of the conflict he's in the middle of. There's a lot of different directions Helheim could go from here, and most all of them are promising. Read Full Review
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