Review: Comichaus #11

Comichaus #11 is out now on the Comichaus app or to buy online, here are some thoughts on this #DiscoverIndieComics anthology.

 

Comichaus #11

‘Nightswimming’

Script: Mark Mccann

Art: Adam Brown

Letters: Jones

This kicks us off with a nice bit of mythic horror! I recognised the story originally, but couldn’t remember the name. The myth itself is pretty gruesome and the buildup is well done. The pretty woman and those who want to see her. I like the tone of this story, with a good ending for it all!

‘Taste of Freedom’

Script: Gary Chudleigh

Art/letters: Ell Balson

Taste of freedom is right, they do get a taste of freedom! I like the way this was told, with some good humour and a well told story. The finish is especially delicious!

Blasphemy

Script: George Fredericks

Art: Anna Morozova

Letters: Anna Morozova

Anna is the winner of the 2018 University of Dundee Competition

A nice bit of world building here. I love the art style and it fits in well with the otherworldly feel to all of this.

‘World War II Cadavers’

Script: Matt Hardy

Art: Ed Bentley

Letters: Rob Jones

A nice link to the Cadavers world here in ‘World War C’ The location and the theme is very well done, and it makes a nice link to the main Cadavers story, without missing out. I like the art and the reaction shots are really well done!

‘There Was an Old Lady..’

Script: Sam Gardner Jr

Art: Jake Rowlinson

Letters: Ken Reynolds

This is an awesome ‘Future Shocks’ style of story. There’s a lot of science going on, but it’s well told and has a nice beginning, middle and end. I like the build up to the ending, which happens with a bang!

‘Blasphemy’ Pin Up by Monty Nero

 

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