Empty Zone #3
Review By Paul Fiander
Story By: Jason Shawn Alexander
Art By: Jason Shawn Alexander
Cover By: Jason Shawn Alexander
Published: August 19, 2015
Diamond ID: JUN150543
Crazy does not even scratch the surface of this issue of Jason Shawn Alexander's sci-fi horror story. With Corrine going from the real world into someone's memories into what can only be described as a pleasure house (see the cover for some context) you are never quite sure where you stand.
I will admit I had to read issue 2 again to make sure I knew where the story was putting me. This is no great chore as I am enjoying the series but for a new reader I will suggest going back to the first issue and catching up or else you may find this is an issue that will fly over your head.
Artioscally though this is a treat fro readers old and new. The painted colours supplied by Luis Nct look fantastic similarly with the action sequences that fill the end of the book. The mix of the future with a horror feel are showing throughin this issue and from this point onward I have a feeling things care only going to get worse.
Review Originally appeared in 5 Singles and a Trade for August 19th 2015