Self Storage #6

Self Storage #6

Writer: Clay Mcleod Chapman Artist: Matt Timson Publisher: 451 Release Date: July 27, 2016 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 2
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With the mystery of unit #83's occupant - living dead girl Jessica - now solved, it's time for a dysfunctional family reunion. Letting go of the things we love is hard, but holding on to them forever turns out to be much, much harder. Not to mention this storage facility has a few new undead occupants to contend with, and those numbers are only growing. So sink your rotting teeth into the final issue of Clay McLeod Chapman's critical smash, Self Storage, a masterful self-contained story of a self-contained zombie found in a self-storage container.

  • 10
    Comic Crusaders - Dawn of Comics Jul 27, 2016

    A sad farewell and a massive well done to Clay McLeod for a story that made me laugh and cry and a huge high-five to Matt Timson on an amazing job with the art, You guys rock and I can't wait to see what you do next. Finally a big thank you to 451 media for allowing me to review this title. You all have made me very happy and now very sad to say goodbye. Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Horror Talk - James Ferguson Aug 3, 2016

    Self Storage is a zombie gorefest without a solid story to back it up. The characters are superficial and unsympathetic, which makes it difficult to become invested in their lives. The one saving grace is Matt Timson's artwork, which delivers horror on every level. There is a chilling sequence of panels where a character silently reaches up, grabs a lightbulb hanging from the ceiling and crushes it in his hands, plunging the area into darkness. This definitely works with the aforementioned gore, but didn't help on the story front. Read Full Review

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