on 29 November 2014
This book has a certain unique quality that comes from Mr. Culbard's background in animation. It doesn't read as an ordinary comics but as an animated movie instead. It's got the timing, it's got the editing, I could feel the drawings move in the panels and from one panel to another, listen to the voices of the characters and even hear the musical score as I was reading it (yep)! And while the storytelling and the art may feel a little bit hastened, the pros of I. N. J. Culbards's 'widescreen animated movie' Lovecraftian adaptation really beat the cons.