REVIEW: Planet of Daemons #3

Amos Deathridge, the Succubus Queen and Salis the Daemon enter the Labyrinth and all hell breaks loose.  Kevin continues to twist the present and the past in issue three but with a purpose.  The revelations begin to unfold in this issue, which is good comic timing.  I  found myself speculating on the true identities of the trio and that just makes a fun read.  The attention to detail from Mr. Gunstone in relation to occult history is still evident in this issue, which also adds to the enjoyment in reading this title.

Paul Moore and Stefan Mrkonjic remain consistent in the art department, both continuing to create a haunting version of the dark realm.  As an observation I much prefer the this issues representation of the succubus queen.  The prior issue the character’s depiction was somewhat muted and in this issue the character was much more alive.  It is clear these gentlemen have a well mapped plan on the remaining issues and I will be along for the culmination.  If you are not or have not ventured into indie comics you would do well to pick up this title. 3.8 Acolytes

Written by KEVIN GUNSTONE
Art by PAUL MOORE
Colors by STEFAN MRKONJIC
Lettering by MALAKA STUDIO
Publisher: AMIGO COMICS

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