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Review: House of Penance #6

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Evil has infiltrated Sarah’s sanctuary. Even Warren Peck, her newfound protector, and confidant is overwhelmed by the spirits that seek revenge upon her. In the terrifying conclusion of Peter Tomasi and Ian Bertram’s horror miniseries, Sarah is forced to confront her demons, face to face.

House of Penance #6 is a little short on dialogue by writer Tomasi but it’s filled with action as the series concludes. Sarah seems extremely jubilant as her house falls apart around it and falling apart feels like an understatement somehow though. The twist ending I think will actually surprise you.

The art by Bertram continues to shine in a terrifying and grotesque manner. I will admit the way the house falls apart reminds me of a jigsaw puzzle if it was made by M.C Escher. There’s something haunting about its image.

Story: Peter Tomasi Art: Ian Bertram
Story: 9.0 Art: 9.0 Overall: 9.0 Recommendation: Buy

Dark Horse Comics provided Graphic Policy with a FREE copy for review