Road of Bones #2

Writer: Rich Douek Artist: Alex Cormack Publisher: IDW Publishing Release Date: June 26, 2019 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 2
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8.5User Rating

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After weeks battling the cold, freezing tundra and a dwindling food supply, tension runs high between Roman, Sergei, and Grigori as they flee the horrors of the Kolyma Gulag. Their one hope is reaching a hunting lodge in the mountains where they can replenish their supplies-but the rocky path grows more treacherous with every step. Even so, Roman has yet to discover the true meaning of treachery-until he learns what Grigori and Sergei's true plan for survival is. The dark tale of survival at any cost in the Siberian wilderness continues in ROAD OF BONES #2 from writer Rich Douek (GUTTER MAGIC) and artist Alex Cormack (SINK).

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  • 10
    Horror DNA - James Ferguson Jul 9, 2019

    Road of Bones hooked me with a great premise in the debut issue. This chapter pulls me into this compelling journey of these three unlikely allies. Writer Rich Douek puts you in their shoes, wondering what might kill them first. It's saying something when the biggest threat isn't from the literal monster lurking in the shadows, but from each other. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Big Comic Page - Mark Scott Jun 24, 2019

    So, congratulations for sticking with me to the end, and the point where I tell you again to just go out there and buy this book. Survival horror, chilling thriller, superbly tense writing, artwork from one of the best comic book illustrators working at the moment hell, you can pick your own reason for buying this book so long as you make sure you get out there and buy it! Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    The Brazen Bull - Charlie Chipman Jun 26, 2019

    As this dark tale of suffering continues, the stakes grow higher, and the situation, more dire. Road of Bonesremains a must-read series. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    But Why Tho? - Mateo Guerrero Jun 29, 2019

    Overall,Road of Bones #2attempts to bridge the gap between prison escape and survival horror. It takes us beyond the Gulag and into the wilderness, where true nightmares can happen. It doesn't make the transition without missing a step, but by the end of this issue, it's clear that the real horror is on the way. Definitely pick up Road of Bones #2and see what this book is made of. Read Full Review

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