Title: Infernoct # 1 Publisher: Scout Comics Writer: Mina Elwell Artist/Cover: Eli Powell Colorist: Tristan Elwell Letterer: Marshall Dillon Price: $ 3.99 US Rating: 4 out of 5 stars Website: www.scoutcomics.com Comments: Nice subdued coloring and a mysterious character draw you in. There is something going on in the building. There is some thing in the building. Than we skip to Samantha she is a caregiver. Her patient seems confined to the house. Well things are not always what they seem. With her patient this becomes very obvious. Sam while doing her in care finds what has been causing her patients bed sores and it is not the bed. Sam has entered a new way of looking at things. The world she lived in is no longer as safe as she thought it was or as sane. There are things that go bump in the night. Sam knows this since she has had her first encounter. The whole atmosphere of the comic is like a horror movie and it does build up suspense. This comic will bite you.
Title: Infernoct # 2 Publisher: Scout Comics Writer: Mina Elwell Artist/Cover: Eli Powell Colorist: Tristan Elwell Letterer: Marshall Dillon Price: $ 3.99 US Rating: 2 out of 5 stars Website: www.scoutcomics.com Comments: The art needs to be more focused and more detailed. The story does not explain anything that is going on so your left wondering. Who are these people? Sam and her friend enter the abandoned asylum. They find what they are looking for and than some. The art though is so indistinct especially on the faces. As the story moves along you get that feeling you are in a horror movie. It needs to make more sense though. What is going on? The ending scenes do get exciting. Sam shows she is a girl of action. Yes these scenes are like something out of a horror movie.