Bryan Baugh’s Wulf and Batsy feels like a comic from a time capsule, or better yet it’s like finding you’re dad’s stash of girlie mags and horror books from when he was younger. This is the best new old fashioned horror comic I have read this year!
Wulf and Batsy is the story of a vampiress and a wolf-man searching for a place to live. Sounds simple, but when the villagers get wise to there stay, that’s when the fun really starts, check my review after the break…
The story and artwork are giant throwbacks to an older time like Mad magazine, Tales from the Crypt, and Topps cards of the 50’s and 60’s. The artwork is in black and white but the lines and ink are very solid. Every panel is well thought out. Bryan Bough is one of those writers/artists that are revitalizing horror comics and I welcome it completely. These type of comics hit me in a certain way that makes me feel like a kid again; voraciously reading each issue quickly almost wanting to look over my shoulder to make sure no one is seeing me read a funny comic with horror and babes. This series should not be missed and I’m excited to read what Baugh has next.
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