Reads like a DC comic, combines all the good in fantasy and horror!,
This review is from: The Oblivion Society (Paperback)
As said, this is a DC-styled comic sans the pictures, but it doesn't need any pictures at all; the author is very capable to describe in minutious detail every little characteristic of the protagonists.
Take the "X-Men", add a dose of "Braindead", a bit of Taraninesque "From Dusk Till Dawn" and lots of comical Steve Jackson roleplay allure, and you are almost there.
But what sets this book apart from other wanna-be modern humourous fantasy-horror is the fact that you just don't want to put the book down, every page something else is happening, one thing even more hilarious or grotesque than the other. Just as you think it cannot get any worse, there's the next over-the-top mutation happening...
Which shows the writers' ability to make a cohesive fantasy story that is almost, for all its incredulous happenings, oddly believable...