RICH REVIEWS: Graveyard Slaughter # 1
Title: Graveyard Slaughter # 1
Publisher: Lunchbox Press
Written by: Cullen Bunn and Kevin Watkins
Art by: Javier Saltares, Blacky Shepard, Adam McLaufglin and Gary Bedell
Letters by: A Larger World, Troy Peteri
Cover by: Gary Bedell
Variant Cover by: Javier Saltares
Price: $ 15.00 US
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
Comments: The first story does not seem like a complete story. A father searches for his son. Then something strange happens but what is it?
“Barbaric Days” One video game player who lives for the games gets more than he bargained for. There is excitement and thrills in this story. The ending though makes no sense. The art has a scary touch to it. The strange man is weird with an evil vibe.
The first story is like a filler between stories that makes sense as you read more. There is one creepy little girl hanging out at the video store.
“Truth or Dare” This truth or dare goes exactly as you think it will, no surprises here. The monstrous creature of evil is drawn to frighten you.
This video shop does have a severe penalty for not rewinding.
“Kill with One Eye Open” Now this story about a killer in the woods comes with a nice twist. The creature art is out of this world.
Meanwhile…at your local Video Hell, a creepy girl rents a video. It is a little creepy.
“Cheating” You should not cheat in a graveyard you never know what might come out to punish you. This is an ok horror story but it needed more of a plot and to make more sense. The art is dark and scary.
This anthology of horror does leave you with a feeling of dread.