Published: August 7th, 2019 – November 6th, 2019
Written by: Dan Watters
Art by: Dani, Brad Simpson
Image Comics, 142 Pages
When I first saw that this series was coming out, I added it to my pull list.
The main reason is that I loved the art style. It’s well drawn with a unique style and the colors reminded me of something very giallo-esque.
Also, the story looked like it was a sort of mashup of the gothic horror and neo-western genres.
Now I absolutely loved the art, which was illustrated by Dani and colored by Brad Simpson. But it’s the story that mostly didn’t work for me.
This comic is full of cool ideas and concepts but I found the story hard to follow and a little too outside of the box that it became distracting and hard to focus on some of the details.
Frankly, I was looking for that piece to grasp onto but I just couldn’t find it and from a narrative standpoint, this fell flat and seemed kind of aimless and as if it were struggling to find itself.
And this is coming from a guy that loves really weird shit.
I honestly don’t know if I’ll give the followup miniseries a shot. I’ll probably wait until I hear some feedback from other people I trust.
Pairs well with: most of the modern Image Comics stuff.