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Posted - 10/21/2016 :  1:02:02 PM  Show Profile  Visit Richv1's Homepage  Reply with Quote Bookmark and Share

Title: Sink # 1
Publisher: Comix Tribe
Story by: John Lees
Art & Colours by: Alex Cormack
Letters by: Colin Bell
Logo by: Tim Daniel
Price: free (digital)
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
Website: www.comixtribe.com
Comments: Allan ends up all alone in town at night. He finds out the streets are not as safe as when you see them from safely inside a bus. As he walks along he does meet a few interesting people.
Than the fox carrying a shovel shows up. The build up to him showing up as we catch glimpses of his shovel is well done to build up your expectations.
As the fox man takes care of the thugs roaming the streets it is a scene of extreme violence. Things are not just violent they are ultra violent. The blood does come out and freely flows.
Mr. Dig the name fits the shovel carrying fox man. He has a mystery to him.
As Allan continues on his way the Blue Van appears. The terror has just begun. What awaits him inside is not for the faint of heart.
This comic does know how to quicken your heart rate. The horror's you will see will leave you stunned.
Welcome to Glasgow. You will not want to come again.


Title: Sink # 2
Publisher: Comix Tribe
Story by: John Lees
Art & Colours by: Alex Cormack
Letters by: Shawn Lee
Logo by: Tim Daniel
Price: free (digital)
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
Website: www.comixtribe.com
Comments: A husband and wife have gotten themselves in trouble. They put in a call for a woman who will fix things for them. She is a scary person. How she is written creates a personality that will frighten and how she is drawn leave no doubt you should be scared of her.
A simple disposal turns out to be more complicated than it was though to be. This unnamed woman takes her business to the Speakeasy a part of Sinkhill. Half way through the comic her name is finally said. Her job has gotten harder as her dead body is not so dead after all.
The fox makes a brief appearance. It though has no interaction with the characters.
Sharon's dream or nightmare is shown and this dream of hers will give you the creeps. The art really helps to intensify the terror of it.
We see that even in Sinkhill a place filled with all sorts of nasty people that good still survives.
The ending to this issue will leave you in stunned silence.

Richard Vasseur
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