Watcher #1
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Watcher #1

Writer: Ralph Tedesco Artist: Victoria Rau Publisher: Zenescope Entertainment Release Date: August 14, 2019 Cover Price: $5.99 Critic Reviews: 2
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Disturbia meets The Conjuring in this new 3-issue horror thriller from Zenescope!
A Catholic Deacon and his family relocate to a suburban New England home that's long been rumored to be haunted by an evil entity. As his teenage daughter, Erica, begins to adjust to her new life, her ongoing bouts with sleep paralysis worsen and she begins to wonder if there really is a presence inside the home. When two of Erica's high school friends are brutally murdered, she starts to suspect the creepy neighbor who she's seen watching her through his window. The Watcher # 1 Blank Sketch Cover C also Available!

  • 9.4
    Graphic Policy - pharoahmiles Aug 17, 2019

    Overall, The Watcher #1 is a story that mixes coming of age tropes with supernatural and horror elements. That changes the paradigm on the genre. The story by Ralph Tedesco and Victoria Rau is horrifying, smart, and exciting. The art by the creative team is stunning. Altogether, a story that looks to make the reader jumps out of their socks and does it exceedingly well. Read Full Review

  • 8.4
    The Fandom Post - Richard Gutierrez Aug 14, 2019

    While The Watcher may rely too heavily upon classic scenes from horror movies to establish the story, it does not mean it suffers from a lack of originality in creating a tale which interests us from the beginning. To watch an unsure girl become enveloped within the terrors of her house is intriguing but it is the outstanding artwork of both illustrator and colorists which draw the audience within menaces which threaten to strangle us if we look way from the page for just a moment. The captivating imagery and grounding palette wraps the audience within the story like a foul smelling shroud, only unveiling enough haunting details from the story to keep us captivated to see what happens next, all as we anticipate events for what may prove to be a surprising ride within this classic tale of fright. Read Full Review

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