Review: Comichaus #4
Stories comes in all shapes and forms, and they cross so many genres, that some genres have their own genres. That is why when anthologies are put together, rarely do they work in more than one genre. The reason for this is that they rarely go together, but Comichaus has found a way. They are what you expect from an indie publisher in comics, producing high quality comics that tell good stories.
They tell the stories comics readers want to read versus what they think; their audience wants to read. In this fourth issue of their anthology, each story gets better, and simply exceed expectations. In the new installment, of Chalk, Jacqueline’s history comes full circle as her past and her present collide in such a bloody way. In the latest installment of Feather, a war between the infected and angels? erupts in a crazy twist to this engaging story.
In Suited & Booted, Moses steps into a suit which might spell doom for all involved. In Troubleshooters, our heroes find out their new job probably is a fraud when they find out about Buzz. In Mortality, our hero makes the ultimate sacrifice for his daughter, as his past sins catch up with him. In The Cave, our protagonists find themselves beneath the earth’s crust, not knowing what awaits.
Overall, an excellent issue in this ever-evolving anthology. The stories all get stronger and more complex. The art is always engaging. Altogether, if you grab any issue in this anthology, this is the one you must have.
Story: Steven Horry, James McCulloch, Dave Cook, Jon Laight, Aaron Walther, Luke Cooper, Tom Ward, James Calderbank
Art: Jessica L. Byrne, Norrie Millar, Ed Bickford, Luke Cooper, Iain Laurie, Colin Bell, James Calderbank
Story: 10 Art: 10 Overall: 10 Recommendation: Buy