Balanced critique in an unbalanced world
“Apocalypse Kinda” #1 builds sympathy and unease with its slanted, small-town feel.
“Ghoster” draws us in with good Gothic horror, a balanced aesthetic and enough intrigue to satisfy in a first issue.
“Redfork” gives us a measured descent into rural, coal-dusted American horror.
“White Ash” #1 entertains and intrigues with a small-town mystery and catastrophe rolled into one.