–Zero days to St. Patrick’s Day.–
ASYL: a horror comic. is by Nasser Rabadi (Writing) and Vic King (Art).So, we have a black and white horror comic here. I’m honestly not huge into horror, but there are some horror movies I like, so I figured I’d give this indie comic a shot. I got the physical because it was $10 same as the digital, plus shipping. It came well packaged in a Gemini mailer, signed with a sticker, patch, and a card. Not too shabby for $10 plus shipping. It’s a very artistic comic as there isn’t a lot of dialog, but the art is fun to look at and sufficiently creepy along with the dialog. It’s about a woman having tortured visions about a vampire, and maybe being possessed by one, but you’re not sure, that’s part of the horror. I wasn’t really sure what to expect with it but the art varies in quality, with this being the worst panel.
I wasn’t sure what to expect, but I feel I got fair deal out of it. It’s kind of avant guarde, so may not appeal to everyone, and maybe could have been polished more, but in the end, I enjoyed it.
I forgot to mention that while I typically prefer color, black and white was the better choice here.