REVIEW: Demonic #6

When Scott’s family is taken he must make a deal with a demon to save them but will the cost be too high for him to pay and is he the only one in his family with a guardian demon?

As I began to read this it made me think of the short-lived TV show ‘South of Hell’ being possessed and using that demon to kill other demons is a great premise for a show or comic.
The art is grisly and moody and compliments the serious tone of this book. Having jumped in at issue six which feels like the last chapter in a trade volume I didn’t feel too lost, the story flows smoothly.

As a fan of everything horror I enjoyed this book very much and recommend it to other horror fans. Even without reading issues 1-5 this issue gets a solid five stars from me for the idea and creepy final page.

Written by Christopher Sebela
Art by Niko Walters
Colours by Dan Brown
Letters by Sal Cipriano
Published by Image
Reviewed by Dawn of Comics

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