RICH REVIEWS: Headspace
Title: Headspace (TPB)
Written by: Ryan K. Lindsay
Illustrated by: Eric Zawadzki & Sebastian Piriz
Coloured by: Eric Zawadzki, Marissa Louse, and Dee Cunniffe
Lettered by: Eric Zawadzki
Cover by: Eric Zawadzki
Price: $ 19.99 US
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
Comments: “Chapter 1”
In Carpenter Cove Sheriff Shane is in charge. He is written as a fair man. Carpenter’s Cove is a weird place. What exactly it is a slowly being revealed. The more you see of this place the more strange it gets. Then you get a good idea of where and what it really is.
“Chapter 2” The coloring on the people is a hint that things are not as they seem. Carpenter Cove is in the mind of Max Johnson a killer. This chapter offers more of an explanation as to what is going on.
“Chapter 3” Sheriff Shane is out and about in the town of Carpenter Cover. The more you read the more you believe the impossible is happening here.
“Chapter 4” Sheriff Shane and Max are heading for a meeting and when they meet it is unpleasant. Max is a killer and his violent attitude is shown here.
“Chapter 5” Max is being pushed and forced into doing what someone else wants. The story itself needs more focus on it so you have a better idea exactly what is going on.
“Chapter 6” Here the story is starting to make its way to the end. Sheriff Shane makes his way outside again. This is a surprise in some ways.
“Chapter 7” Max is out to kill more people in the real world and Shane is now out to stop him. These two are heading toward a final confrontation. You can feel the build-up here.
“Chapter 8” The art needs to be cleaner with more focus to it to see the characters better and their actions and emotions. The ending is actually well thought out and fits in perfectly with how the entire book was presented.