Spirit Hunters #2

Spirit Hunters #2

Writer: Joe Brusha, Dave Franchini, Pat Shand, Ralph Tedesco Artist: Allan Otero Publisher: Zenescope Entertainment Release Date: December 21, 2016 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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The Spirit Hunters team investigates a mysterious death at a traveling carnival that is surrounded by the rumors of a vengeful spirit. But the first victim is soon followed by another...and another and it's not long before the team realizes that they are trapped in a fun-house of horror from which there may be no escape.

  • 10
    Comic Crusaders - Kittie Pop Dec 22, 2016

    Basically, I liked this book a lot more than I thought I would, but I'm quite the pessimistic optimist, or something like that. Point being, it was great and I needs me some mores. Read Full Review

  • 8.4
    The Fandom Post - Richard Gutierrez Dec 21, 2016

    While I can understand that this is only second issue, I still wish we could have some background information on the characters, as to how or why they would ever want to pursue such opportunities. Although we have been given glimpses as to how they were burdened by spirits, as they stand now, I really can't see how more tales will expand such a barren and lifeless cast. Spirit Hunters has potential, but as for now, it just seems we are going through preset stories to set the mood, without knowing the actors' inspiration for taking the role. Hopefully it will in improve … otherwise I am sorry to say, we will have to suffer through a long and boring movie. Read Full Review

  • 4.5
    Comicsverse - Amy Lukac Dec 29, 2016

    SPIRIT HUNTERS is basically ghost stories in comic form. I've heard many ghost stories, read them, and watched many scary movies, and this comic never came too close to freaking me out. My suggestion is to make the cases longer. One case shouldn't be solved in under 30 pages. The case in the first issue wasn't even solved, and the solutions to the second just came too quickly. Issue #2 should have been the continuationto #1, which eventually should lead to a solved case. THE BLOODY CARNIVAL should come after that and also take at least two issues. I don't enjoy mystery ghost stories when the solutions are handed to you on the next page. Like I mentioned before, if a carnival is the setting of your comic, you have endless options. This comic should be both fun and creepy. Carnivals are all about playing and getting freaked out in the funhouse. The writers should have played a little more. Read Full Review

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