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Haunt You To The End #3

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THE CLOTTED BLOOD OF A BROKEN WORLD.

Dr. O’Connell and Padre Sandoval join the away team as they investigate the hulking wreck of Isla Lodo’s petroleum plant and oil derricks. But biohazards and tormented spirits aren’t the only horrors waiting in rusting ruins; one crewmember with ulterior motives may be enough to spell disaster for them all.

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Kindle Edition
Print Length
29 pages
Language
English
Amazon ASIN
B0CCBQMRJ8

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3 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 88

    The Super Powered Fancast

    The Story: Cady ramps up the tension and mystery in an issue that has some great twists throughout. I love the rising tension and terror throughout the story and the environment adds to both brilliantly. The characters continue to be engaging and I continue to enjoy their interactions and how things are being revealed throughout the plot. I look forward to seeing what happens next.

    The Art: Mutti delivers some powerful art throughout the issue. The visuals are stunning and filled with great atmosphere and details.

  • 80

    Major Spoilers

    Whether or not ghosts are the main point in Haunt You to the End #3, it is clear that there is something unusual on Isla Loda. Are Shah and his crew trying to uncover it or merely exploit the ghosts for their own purposes? And is there time for Matt to discover what happened?

  • 50

    ComicBook.com

    The team explores a crumbling oil platform in Haunt You To The End #3 and uncovers a variety of horrors and hints at the dark forces lurking on the adjacent island. This initial foray into the setting is constructed to fit neatly within the confines of a single issue and serve as an appetizer of sorts for the haunted manor set to be investigated next. Ghostly apparitions and voices appear to confuse and disorient different team members – making excellent use of lettering effects. However, the depiction of the crew in nearly identical environmental suits makes it difficult to track the action in many sequences, especially as the perspective jumps to different areas of the rig on the same page. Only small details, like rosary beads or aviators, distinguish some characters while many blur together. Given the subtle nature of the ghostly infractions and resulting confusion, it undermines the tension throughout the back half of the issue. Haunt You To The End is certainly heating up, but it’s difficult to make out what’s happening through the haze on these pages.

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