RICH REVIEWS: The Cult of that Wilkin Boy: Initiation # 1

Title: The Cult of that Wilkin Boy: Initiation # 1
Publisher: Archie Comics
Story by: Cullen Bunn
Pencils by: Dan Schoening
Inks by: Ben Galvan
Colors by: Matt Herms
Letters by: Jack Morelli
Main Cover: Dan Schoening with Luis Antonio Delgado
Variant Cover: Robert Hack
Price: $ 3.99 US
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Comments: We are asked the question what happened to Bingo? He is working with some demons on collecting some souls. These demons have red skin and the way they are illustrated the lines and shades of red presents the viewer with an amazing illustration. The Senior Partners do not come across as well, they are not scary at all. Bingo does come across as just an ordinary man, well one that has demons around. He helps performers become famous and gives them what they want for only a small price.
Bingo gets his wish to sing again. The demons though are helping him. With demons involved, you never know what could happen. The demons set up Bingo yet we see maybe they never had to. Bingo plays to his fans and does what he truly wants which is the sing and have his fans adore him no matter the price.
In a world where demons exist, it is scary to realize they are not the ones to be afraid of. Humans for pure evil beat out any demon. Bingo as you see him you might start to think he is not such a bad guy after all. He decides to sing again and the cost he is more than willing to pay. Bingo is pure evil at its finest. He will lull you in then steal your soul and make you enjoy it.
Music stardom at its most terrifying.

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