Review: Atlantis Wasn’t Built For Tourists

Written by Eric Palicki

Art by Wendell Cavalcani

Colors by Mark Dale

Letters by Shawn Lee

Lovecraft meets Sergio Leone in a modern tale of corruption, family legacies, and nightmarish dread. Lucas Lewis drifts into Atlantis County, Oregon wanting nothing more than a hot meal and a soft bed for the night. What he finds instead is a small town in thrall to eldritch creatures lurking in the surrounding wilderness, possibly guided by an even more sinister force. Lucas becomes determined to eradicate all Atlantis’s demons, but these monsters are not what they seem. Unfortunately for the monsters, neither is Lucas.

Throw together monsters, small town secrets, mystery, and cover up, and you have an intriguing tale. You also have Atlantis Wasn’t Built for Tourists.

What a fantastic first issue, with one hell of a twist that I didn’t see coming. Well written with beautiful art, this is one I can’t say too much about plot wise, because I don’t want to spoil the issue for you. But if you dig things that aren’t exactly what they seem, monsters, action-packed issues, and small town vibes, then trust this is for you.

If this tease sounds interesting, grab your copy today!


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