Review: It Eats What Feeds It #3

Written by Max Hoven & Aaron Crow
Illustrated by Gabriel Iumazark 

When Kenny finally discovers what’s in the attic, he’s nearly eaten until Francois steps in to save him. Unfortunately, Francois’ efforts to keep Kenny alive put her own life in danger. With a rush of adrenaline, Kenny attempts to flee the house with Francois, but she’s in no mood for saving. In an emotional conclusion, Francois reveals exactly what she’s hiding and why she’s hiding it. How far back does this mystery go? Will Kenny and Francois make it out alive?

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Haunt Movies to Get You in the Halloween Mood

Haunted houses are kind of a thing in my family. My mom, my brother, and myself have all worked in one, at some point. That’s where my best friend and I became friends, many years ago. I love Halloween events like Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Orlando. I’ve been a scareactor, makeup artist, and worked on sets. I’ve been behind the scenes at some of the coolest haunts I’ve ever been to. And now, I’ve passed along my love for haunts to my nieces, who have become my haunt buddies the last two years. (Each girl pictured above at their first house they ever went through.)

With everything this year, it’s looking like the girls and I may be skipping out on haunts. So, to keep the feeling alive, I’ve been binge-watching some movies in one of my favorite sub genres of horror: haunt attractions going awry.

So, I decided to share a list with some of my favorites. I’m always finding more to watch, so not everything is on here that could be, I’m sure. But hopefully you’ll find some spooky haunt movies to keep the spirit alive if you are also missing haunts this year.

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Review: Miranda in the Maelstrom #1

Writer: Riley Biehl (Miranda in the Maelstrom

Artist/Cover artist: Koi Carreon (Rolled and Told

Colorist: Borg Sinaban (Muros

Letterer: Taylor Esposito (Red Hood and The OutlawsFinger Guns

Script Editor: Brittany Matter (Spitting Image

Editor: Nicole D’Andria (Road Trip to Hell

Publisher: Action Lab Entertainment 

The Multiverse Maelstrom! A supernatural storm that crosses over between dimensions, displacing beings and objects from alternate realities. Most fear the maelstrom, but interdimensional explorers Miranda Sherbet and her shark-dog Noodles use the storm as a means of travel and adventure. But when Miranda finds herself disoriented and separated from Noodles, she runs into the storm fighting off violent aliens, harsh weather conditions, and the traumatic memories that set her down this path. Will Miranda find Noodles and continue their adventures, or will they be alone in infinity?

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Review: Once & Future #12

Writer: Kieron Gillen
Artist: Dan Mora
Colors: Tamra Bonvillain
Letters: Ed Dukeshire

The veil between the Otherworld and the human world is thin, and as the story changes around Duncan and Gran, each foe becomes harder to defeat…and predict. They may be holding the line, but enemies both new and old are closing in fast, and even Gran and Duncan may not be prepared for what’s next!

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Review: The Devil’s Red Bride #1

Writer: Sebastian Girner
Artists: John Bivens
Colorist: Iris Monahan
Letterer: Jeff Powell
Designer: Tim Daniel 
Release Date: 10/14/2020

16th century Japan. The fates of warlords ebb and flow like tides of blood, none more than the Aragami Clan who follow their lord clad in the ‘Red Devil’ mask into every battle. But when Lord Aragami succumbs to illness, his daughter, the fierce Ketsuko, hatches a plot to save her people, no matter the cost…

Years later, as Ketsuko wanders the heaving battlefields of her ruined homeland, she discovers a chance to avenge the terrible wrong done to her clan, even if it means stepping back onto a road steeped in slaughter.

From writer Sebastin Girner (Shirtless Bear-Fighter!, Scales & Scoundrels) and artist John Bivens (Creature Feature, Spread) comes a blood-drenched love letter to Samurai fiction in a chilling tale of guilt, trauma, and vengeance.

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Review: Atlantis Wasn’t Built For Tourists #2

Written by Eric Palicki
Art by Wendell Cavalcani
Colors by Mark Dale
Letters by Shawn Lee

Lovecraft meets Leone in a modern tale of corruption,  family legacies, and nightmarish dread. The monsters tormenting Atlantis County have revealed themselves, and Lucas Lewis sets in motion his plan to rid the town of their scourge forever. Too bad for Lucas, the town of Atlantis has yet to give up all its secrets, and do its citizens even want to be saved?

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Review: Vampire: The Masquerade #3

Writers: Tim Seeley, Tini Howard, Blake Howard
Artists: Dev Pramanik, Nathan Gooden
Colorist: Addison Duke
Letterer: Andworld
Designer: Tim Daniel 
Release Date: 10/14/2020

When Prince Samantha calls in Cecily and Ali to investigate the murder of three Kindred, the two vampires must learn to trust one another fully if they’re going to solve the mystery-and keep their own secrets from the Camarilla. But when they discover that the killings could be linked to a dangerous old grudge, the case leads them to a new breed of enemy they never thought possible!

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Review: Seven Secrets #3

Written by Tom Taylor
Art by Daniele Di Nicuolo
Colored by Walter Baiamonte
With color assistance by Katia Ranalli
Lettered by Ed Dukeshire

The only thing standing between Caspar and his dream of protecting one of the Secrets-and getting to know the mother who abandoned him-is the Trials. Caspar is pitted against the best and brightest of his generation, fighting for his life-but will it be worth the cost of winning?

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Review: Bleed Them Dry #4

Writer: Eliot Rahal
Creator: Hiroshi Koizumi
Artist: Dike Ruan
Colorist: Miguel Muerto
Letterer: Andworld
Designer: Tim Daniel 
Release Date: 10/14/2020

The city of Asylum demands blood. Toyo Yammatto and Detective Harper Halloway have been separated. With Harper exposed as a traitor against the International Republic of Displaced Peoples and Toyo missing, the sadistic Detective Atticus Black has claimed victory. Our divided immortals will have to reckon with their past, present and future before reuniting.

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