RICH REVIEWS: Die Kitty Die: Kitty’s Cathouse of Horror

Title: Die Kitty Die: Kitty’s Cathouse of Horror
Publisher: Charterhouse
Script: Dan Parent
Art: Fernando Ruiz
Inks: Rich Koslowski
Letters: Janice Chiang
Colors: Glenn Whitmore
Covers: Fernando Ruiz, Dan Parent
Price: $ 3.99 US
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
Comments: Kitty does know how to treat trick or treaters. She gives them both a trick and a treat. The art is cute and Kitty makes for a fun greeter with help from her spooky and devilish friends.
“Cosplay-Mate of the Year” Story by Fernando Ruiz, art & letters by Gisele Lagace and colors by Glenn Whitmore. Kitty’s friend Rudy comes to her party wanting to impress and ends up in a situation that is unnatural. Poor Rudy.
“The Boy Story” Kitty’s babysitting job is anything but normal as are most things with her. Kitty does get to play with a few dolls and they play with her as well.
“A Halloween To Dismember” Wolfgang from the Carney Family is a fun little wolf boy. The story is about Halloween and about falsely being accused but it really does not go anywhere.
There is a beautifully illustrated pin-up between the stories. It features Kitty and her friends.
“All Dolled Up!” An ugly native doll with an evil spirit in it is after anyone it can attack. Kitty makes it a nice morsel to bite into. The doll is illustrated beautifully.
Kitty does make for a great Halloween hostess. it

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