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Brynmore #3 (of 5)

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Generally favorable ratings

Based on 3 critic ratings.

Mark Turner returned to his hometown for a fresh start. His goals were simple: build a new home in an old church, stop drinking, reconnect with his estranged daughter, and stay out of trouble. Unfortunately, Turner Island had other plans. Can Mark save his newly arrived daughter, Sophie, from the undying evil rising from the waters and the monster in his basement? And will Brynmore bring about the island’s salvation or destruction?!

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Length
30 pages
Amazon ASIN

3 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 90


    Brynmore is gradually becoming one of my favorite horror comic series of 2023. The pacing is good, and Mark is a character readers can root for – who wouldn’t want to see someone rebuilding their life after a divorce and fighting against killer zombies? I’m looking forward to seeing how everything comes together in issue #4.

  • 85

    The Super Powered Fancast

    The Story: Niles expands the world of Turner Island and gives the reader insight into the lore and history that permeate the land. The story is incredibly engaging and continues to hook me with every reveal. I really enjoyed the back story and how it reveals the truth of the island and its curse. The story also has some great moments of suspense and terror that make me excited to see what happens next.

    The Art: Worm delivers some great art in the issue. The horror elements are beautifully done and the visual style is compelling.

  • 80

    Three issues in and Brynmore finally delivers on the promise of the horror, introducing readers to a story dealing with both vampires and zombies. Niles’ pacing on these issues is perplexing, with most of the issues ending in the middle of the scene with no real cliffhanger in place. When it comes to Brynmore #3, however, it’s probably the most thorough issue of the series, one that finally gives readers interesting enough tales to return for another month.

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