Doctor Crowe #2

Writer: Corey Fryia Artist: Bruno Letizia, Tony Gregori, Dann Franco Publisher: 215 Ink Release Date: May 31, 2017 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4
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Dr. Crowe's harrowing adventures continue with three brand new stories from across the globe. First, Dr. Crowe and his associate Nora venture into ancient Celtic catacombs in search of the Necronomicon. Then it's off Germany where he must track down Hrafn, the immortal Lord of Wights! Finally, Dr. Crowe finds himself back in his home country of England where The Many Eyed Brute proves to be a force to reckoned with!

  • 8.0
    All-Comic - Matthew Strackbein May 10, 2017

    Publisher 215Ink. may not be as popular a name as other companies, but credit where credit is duefor producing a quality book such as Doctor Crowe. This comic collaboration is something to be proud of for everyone involved. With terrific cover art by Felipe Cunha and Jasen Smith and expert lettering throughout by one-man-show Taylor Esposito, Doctor Crowe is a complete package with layers of professionalism and creativity that deserves attention. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Horror DNA - James Ferguson Jun 3, 2017

    That being said, the stories themselves are pretty solid and if you liked the last issue, you'll like this one, as it's more of the same crazy supernatural adventures. Doctor Crowe is a unique hero, standing up against monsters big and small. He joins the ranks of Hellboy, Lord Baltimore, and John Constantine, which is certainly good company to keep. It's safe to say that this is made for any fans of those characters. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comic Bastards - Dustin Cabeal Aug 17, 2017

    With this being my second review for the series I'll be quick to point out that this review is short. There's not a lot left to say about this series. I have the gist of what the rest of the series will be like, but without a long story to break up all the short stories, there isn't going to be much to talk about. It's entertaining and a quick read, but it's yet to sink its hooks into me. Read Full Review

  • 4.5
    We The Nerdy - Chad Waller May 30, 2017

    The thing with being bland and generic is that its worse than being outright bad. Ill remember an awful book, and I might even read one just to marvel at the poor writing or character work. Ill never remember a bland book. Ill never grab Issue #3 to see if the quality gets worse because by the time its out, Ill have forgotten I read #2. Read Full Review

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