RICH REVIEWS: Barbra Macabre’s Morbid Museum # 1
Title: Barbra Macabre’s Morbid Museum # 1
“Not Silent But Deadly!” & “The Red House”
Written by: Darin Henry
Art by: Al Milgrom
Story by: Dashiell Burton
Script by: Darin Henry
Art by: Neil Vokes
Colors by: Glenn Whitmore
Letters by: Marshall Dillon
Cover by: Al Milgrom
Barbra Macabre design by: Darin Henry & Ron Frenz
Price: $ 2.99 US
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Comments: “Not Silent But Deadly!”
Barbra Macabre is a rhyming hostess with a unique grotesque look that is hard to look away from. Her calling hamburger by another name is so right on the money and it is kind of gross.
Mark Cobb finds his new boss is Chester Long a bully from his youth. Once a bully always a bully. This story ends how you might expect it to and than surprisingly it it continues on past that. This is one gross tale of terror that will give you nightmares.
“The Red House”
A cheating President is finding his troubles have just started. He may think he has everything under control. We see that is not the case though or is it well actually it is. Barbra Macabre narrates this tale of terror with a verse that is sure to entice you. The President well he is a monster. He uses his position to keep his position.
A young boy yet a child fights rather than fears the monsters around him. His nightmare does have a twist that makes it a twisted dream.
Your hostess on this little excursion into the macabre is a rhyming beauty of the grotesque that you will just fall under her magical spell of or be grossed out by her tales of terror.