Title: Planet of Daemons # 1 Publisher: Amigo Comics Written by: Kevin Gunstone Art by: Paul Moore Colors by: Stefan Mrkonjic Letters by: Rob Jones Price: $ 3.99 US Rating: 3 out of 5 stars Website: www.amigocomics.com Comments: The comic has a feel of an other worldly world at first and than of the past on Earth. A couple men seek a witch in the Widow Barebones. This seems to be the start of the Salem witch trials. Amos Deathridge is a daemon hunter and fighter. He is good in a fight and at killing daemons. A Succubus Queen is growing in it's host body. This creature is done well she is a thing of evil yet to be born. The art gives a weird quality to this gestating being. Amos Deathridge comes across as somewhat bland. The land he is shown first traversing is a haunting place of quite evil. Seeing the hanging in old Salem was a great part of the story. Its nice to know people do research and know that witches were hung not burned. The trial was done as expected. Was the witch a witch or not? You are left wondering.
Title: Planet of Daemons # 3 Publisher: Amigo Comics Written by: Kevin Gunstone Art by: Paul Moore Color by: Stefan Mrkonjic Cover by: Paul Moore & Stefan Mrkonjic Lettering by: Malaka Studio Planet of Daemons Created by: Kevin Gunstone and Paul Moore Price: $ 3.99 US Rating: 3 out of 5 stars Website: www.amigocomics.com Comments: This story takes place during the witch trials. You do not want to be accused of witchcraft here. In Sathariel, the World of Hidden Secrets we see a dark place with daemons roaming free. Amos Deathridge, a naked girl Heinous and a daemon Salis travel together throw this cursed land. Why? The art as the comic goes on deteriorates, the people becoming little more than smudges in some of the panels. The daemons are illustrated in a variety of kinds. Each one being unique. The witch hunter is having troubles of his own with his family and Nehema the Succubus Queen. He is sure of himself but unsure of others. Nehema now is colored nicely and drawn with a sexual terror to her. There is one gorgeously drawn pin-up page of Amos Deathridge by Slobodan Jovanovic. It is worth picking up this comic just to see this.