Review: Evil Ernie: Godeater #1

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Something bad is coming. Something that could kill Heaven and Hell and the Earth itself: The Godeater. And the only thing standing its way is… Evil Ernie? We’re probably all screwed. Dynamite Entertainment proudly welcomes Justin Jordan, the Harvey Award-winning writer of such horror hits as The Strange Talent of Luther Strode and Shadowman, as he debuts the all-new “Godeater” storyline, an event so epic in scope, it promises to shake the very foundations of the Chaos! universe!

The undead antihero Evil Ernie returns in Evil Ernie: Godeater #1 from writer Justin Jordan and Keith Davidsen. This time, Ernie is stuck in a place between heaven, hell, and Earth as sentries for the mysterious Godeater attempt to find him. One thing seems clear, they want the life-force of Evil Ernie.  Stranger still, Evil Ernie is saved by his own literal guardian angel. Whaaa!?

I will admit the art by Colton Worley and Cezar Razek is stunning and creepy at the same time. Despite the creepiness there is an odd lightness to the world. Allowing a solid contrast between good, evil, and the unknown.

Story: Justin Jordan, Keith Davidsen Art: Colton Worley, Cezar Razek
Story: 8 Art: 8.5 Overall: 8.25 Recommendation: Buy

Dynamite Entertainment provided Graphic Policy with a FREE copy for review