It Eats What Feeds It #1
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It Eats What Feeds It #1

Writer: Max Hoven, Aaron Crow Artist: Gabriel Lumazark Publisher: Scout Comics Release Date: July 15, 2020 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 7 User Reviews: 4
8.9Critic Rating
8.9User Rating

In this grimy horror romp, Francois, a stunning middle-aged woman, has developed a worsening affliction and seeks a young caretaker to upkeep her lavish creole mansion deep in the mystic bayou of Louisiana.  Kenny, a teenage halfwit looking for a summer job, stumbles right to her doorstep. Free rent, free meals, high pay, easy work, and a provocative boss... what's there for Kenny to refuse? Well, there's the blood-covered kitchen spilling over with raw meat and the bolt-locked steel-plated attic door he's restricted access to. Are these red flags worth the risk of missing out on a wild summer romance?

  • 10
    Comic Crusaders - Lucas Fashina Aug 13, 2020

    Scout comics has been on a roll delivering quality content. Anyone who underestimates their #1 issues is making a huge mistake and I think the market is starting to pick-up on that fact as IT EATS WHAT FEEDS IT #1, already has gone to a second printing , before it has even shipped out the first print. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Horror DNA - James Ferguson Jun 6, 2020

    It Eats What Feeds It is a terrifying powerhouse of a comic. It starts with a simple concept and builds to an absolute bloodbath. It's one of the best horror comics I've read this year. Do yourself a favor and pick this up. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Outright Geekery - Joe Bones Jul 8, 2020

    An awesome set up for what promises to be an impressive short horror story. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Pastrami Nation - Nolan Smith Jul 25, 2020

    With an ending that makes you think Kenny is in way too deep to make it out, It Eats What Feeds It #1 hits all of the high notes. Its a horror story with a slow build, but not too slow. We see the seeds being planted; we see the writings on the wall. I cannot wait to see Francois's full story and if this silly teenager can escape her clutches. Read Full Review

  • 8.6
    Monkeys Fighting Robots - Zac Owens Jun 10, 2020

    We have none of the insecurities one often sees with creators introducing us to a world. Instead, this creative team is confident. And with a story like this, they should be. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bookcase - Mike Donachie Jun 16, 2020

    It might be horror porn or porn horror, and its surprisingly good. Read Full Review

  • 6.6
    Sequential Planet - Alexander Cole Jun 30, 2020

    It Eats What Feeds It is a fun little book if you're interested in the conventions of different media genres. It makes heavy use of horror cliches but the result is that the story and characters are a bit lacking in depth. Part of this may be down to the short length of the story itself though. The lettering is fairly mediocre. It does its job and there's some basic stuff that's done well but an over-reliance on speech bubbles makes a lot of the exposition dialogue feel forced and unnatural. The art is the best bit of the book. Lumazark has done a fantastic job presenting these characters as well as the setting. While I haven't come across Gabriel's work in other comics I'd have to say that reading this has left me hoping that I will see more of him. He's a very talented artist. The book is worth reading but I didn't find it particularly great or anything. Just good, creepy, cliched horror fun. Read Full Review

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