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Review: Bunny Mask #2

Bunny Mask #2 continues to deliver the WTF as the second issue adds mystery and some intriguing unexpected twists.

Story: Paul Tobin
Art: Andrea Mutti
Color: Andrea Mutti
Letterer: Taylor Esposito

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Review: Parasomnia #1

Parasomnia #1

Trust in writer Cullen Bunn? Parasomnia #1 takes us into a dark fantasy split between dreams and reality. Featuring beautiful art by Andrea Mutti, the debut is a comic that begs to be read again and again to soak it all in. Parasomnia #1 features two stories, after his son disappears, a broken-down man braves a nightmarish dreamscape in order to find him–and battle the ruthless cult that seeks to rule the land of dreams as the barrier between realities starts to collapse.

Parasomnia #1 is an interesting debut issue from the talented mind of Bunn. Bunn has shown time and time again his series deliver and are well worth sticking around for as the puzzle pieces come together. This debut features the horror tone Bunn has become a master of. The story splits its time between the real world and fantasy world and a missing boy in each. The connection between the two is hinted at and danced around teasing the reader and giving just enough to want to find out more.

Mutti’s unique style really shines in this debut issue. Mutti creates a lot of distinctions between the real world and the world of dreams though they work well together. There’s an impressive amount of detail that adds to each world and helps deliver the story. But, those details also tie the two worlds together. The mystery is also mixed in with a lot of action in both worlds and it works so well bringing excitement balancing the dread also found within.

Parasomnia #1 is an intriguing beginning that may leave many confused but also sets up a hell of a mystery and world. There’s such beauty and dread in the art and it all comes together to deliver a start that has me wanting to see where it all goes from here.

Story: Cullen Bunn Art: Andrea Mutti Color: Andrea Mutti
Story: 9.0 Art: 9.0 Overall: 9.0 Recommendation: Buy

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Review: Bunny Mask #1

The less said about this debut the better. Bunny Mask #1 delivers a solid horror debut that’ll have you wanting to see what’s next.

Story: Paul Tobin
Art: Andrea Mutti
Letterer: Taylor Esposito

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Review: Maniac of New York #5

An unkillable serial killer is stalking New York City with hundreds of bodies to its name. A pair of cops are taking up the task to stop the killing which the city has moved on and treats it like a regular hazard.

Maniac of New York #5 wraps up the first arc and will likely leave fans divided.

Story: Elliott Kalan
Art: Andrea Mutti
Letterer: Taylor Esposito

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Preview: Maniac of New York #5

Maniac of New York #5

(W) Elliott Kalan (A/CA) Andrea Mutti (L) Taylor Esposito
In Shops: Jun 09, 2021
SRP: $3.99

The horrifying ride of the Death Train has come to its final stop, and Gina Greene is now the most hated woman in New York, scapegoated for the blood on the city’s hands. Life goes on, and no one has learned the right lesson – just as Maniac Harry rears his masked face again! Meanwhile, little girl survivor Lena becomes obsessed with the one clue that might lead to Har-ry’s defeat – but will anyone believe her?

Maniac of New York #5

Review: Maniac of New York #4

An unkillable serial killer is stalking New York City with hundreds of bodies to its name. A pair of cops are taking up the task to stop the killing which the city has moved on and treats it like a regular hazard.

Maniac of New York #4 continues the action in the subway as we get hints about Harry’s past and origin.

Story: Elliott Kalan
Art: Andrea Mutti
Letterer: Taylor Esposito

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Review: Maniac of New York #3

An unkillable serial killer is stalking New York City with hundreds of bodies to its name. A pair of cops are taking up the task to stop the killing which the city has moved on and treats it like a regular hazard.

Maniac of New York #3 brings the tension and claustrophobia as Harry continues to hunt in the train and our two cops attempt to stop him.

Story: Elliott Kalan
Art: Andrea Mutti
Letterer: Taylor Esposito

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Magdalene Visaggio, Andrea Mutti, and Zakk Saam Show us the Cold Bodies

From Eisner and GLAAD Media Award-nominated writer Magdalene Visaggio and creator of SyFy Channel’s Vagrant Queen, and illustrated by Andrea Mutti comes Cold Bodies, a 1980s meta-horror homage graphic novel focusing on how trauma affects victims of slashers and never leaves decades later.      

Years ago, Denise Stokes was the sole survivor of the brutal Winter Man massacre, in which several young adults were slaughtered during a powerful blizzard in Wisconsin. Now, in present day, Denise has tried to bury the past behind her, while the world around her has become obsessed with the murders through a popular film franchise called Snow Day. And as the anniversary of the killings approaches, Denise finds herself in a dark place as she begins to see the Winter Man show up again and the difference between what’s real and what isn’t begins to collapse around her. 

Cold Bodies trade paperback will be in comic shops on September 8, 2021 and in book stores on September 21, 2021. It is available for pre-order on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and at your local comic shop and bookstore. Cold Bodies will retail for $19.99.

Cold Bodies

Paul Tobin, Andrea Mutti, and Taylor Esposito deliver horror with Bunny Mask

Bunny Mask #1

Writer: Paul Tobin
Artist & Colorist: Andrea Mutti
Letterer: Taylor Esposito
Cover: Andrea Mutti
Incentive Cover: Charlie Adlard
Bunny Mask Mask Variant: Andrea Mutti
$4.99 / 32 pages / Color / On Sale 6.09.2021

A new horror series from the creator of the Eisner-nominated Colder!

Sealed in a cave before the dawn of man, released by a crazed madman, Bunny Mask walks our world once more. But for what dark purpose does she use her unnatural powers? And what’s her connection to Bee Foster, a young girl murdered by her father fourteen years ago? In order to save his life – and his sanity – one man will have to discover the truth of what waits behind the mask.

Writer Paul Tobin (Colder) and artist Andrea Mutti (MANIAC OF NEW YORK, Hellblazer) unleash an eons old legend upon an unsuspecting world – one that’ll make your most horrific nightmare feel like a walk in the park!

Bunny Mask #1

Cullen Bunn, Andrea Mutti, and Simon Bowland Bring Nightmares to Life in Parasomnia

From acclaimed horror creators Cullen Bunn and Andrea Mutti, alongside letterer Simon Bowland, comes the new nightmare-invoking miniseries Parasomnia.

After the disappearance of his son, one man becomes a captive in a nightmarish dreamscape in order to find him. As dreams and reality blur together in growing panic, a ruthless cult seeks to break down the barrier even further and rule the land of dreams. Can our hero and his son return to the real world, or will they be trapped forever in limbo?

Parasomnia #1 (of four) arrives June 30, 2021, and is available for pre-order now. It features a variant cover by Rafael Albuquerque.

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