My personal likes and dislikes of the A*** angle aside, this is a story that should (and will) appeal to readers of all age groups and preferences, especially those who cannot get the "mature readers suggested" books like Snake Woman and John Woos 7 Brothers. Read Full Review
An interview with Dave Stewart at the end of the issue reveals his inspiration for the story. Supposedly, he had a near-death experience while working as a memory man in a German burlesque house. Its an odd concept, but its building quietly. Usually a comic with a magic premise throws a lot of weird stuff and magic double talk at the reader right away. Walk-In takes a slower approach. I think it works better. This isnt about some secret war between spirits or a prophecy being fulfilled (yet). Its about the strange things happening to one guy and his attempts to sort them out. Im curious to see where the storys going. Read Full Review
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