Review: “The Occultist #5”

Occultist w) Mike Richardson w) Tim Seeley a) Mike Norton Dark Horse Comics $3.50
Occultist
w) Mike Richardson
w) Tim Seeley
a) Mike Norton
Dark Horse Comics
$3.50

This may have been #5 in the series, but it was easy enough to pick up on. That made jumping into the series nice. The art was good. The story was good. The back story within the story was interesting as well. No complaints really. I feel like this a Dark Horse title with potential. It also seems like it could be a good counter to some of DC’s magic style characters. This series has possessions, magic, ghosts, and a broody main character. That spells promise to me…cuz it’s way too many letters to spell anything else. The pun was accidental I swear. I think it’s a series to check out and watch where it goes. Hopefully somewhere dark.

I’d give it a B for BOO, which is what ghosts say.

 

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Alex “Danger” Byers is a regular person in the working world, but at night (after work) he transforms into a video game loving, comic book reading, super tasty beer drinking, foodie of near hipster level. You can contact him at alexoftheazuresky@gmail.com or with a beer signal.

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alexdangerbyers

Alex "Danger" Byers is a regular person in the working world, but at night (after work) he transforms into a video game loving, comic book reading, super tasty beer drinking, foodie of near hipster level. You can contact him at alexoftheazuresky@gmail.com or with a beer signal.

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