Review: The Department of Truth #10

Written by James Tynion IV
Art by Martin Simmonds
Letters by Aditya Bidikar
Designed by Dylan Todd
Edited by Steve Foxe

Some fictions manifest in reality as dangerous, half-formed things. The Department of Truth relies on hunters to track down and contain these wild tulpas before they become too real. It’s time for Cole Turner to see this side of the job firsthand. It’s time for Cole Turner to join his first Bigfoot hunt.”

Cole is on his first hunt, much to his dismay, and on it, he learns about the horrors that belief can bring into reality. I loved the concept of bringing in what influencers and YouTube videos and creepypasta type stories can do with this concept of bringing things to life with mass belief. I also kind of hate it because that’s fairly terrifying to consider happening.

As always, the art is exceptional and haunting, and I honestly can’t imagine anything else bringing The Department of Truth to life quite like this and it working as incredibly. The lettering is fantastic, and also adds an element to the storytelling as well.

Grab issue #10 tomorrow!


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