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Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Comic Review: Harrow County #8 from Dark Horse Comics

Writer: Cullen Bunn
Artist: Tyler Crook
Publisher: Dark Horse Comics
December 9, 2015
Genre: Fantasy, Horror
Format:FC, 32 pages
UPC:7 61568 26606 1 00811 Kammi has rallied the forsaken haints to her dark cause. Now Emmy may have to make a profound sacrifice if she hopes to protect her kith and kin at the heart of Harrow County.

One cold night, haints come for Emmy. When she asks, then tells them to leave her alone, they don’t. Her twin, Kammi, tells her they will no longer listen to her. That they now listen to Kammi. She offers Emmy a place right by her side to rule, but Emmy tells her no. So Emmy runs for her life, pursued by the ghosts. But as the butler controlled by Kammi is about to kill her, one of the haunts stops him. Emmy runs back home where Kammi costumed as Emmy with magic is about to kill Emmy’s father.
“Tales of Harrow County” in this issue is a flash fiction piece called “Mold.” Where something lives in the mold of a house. It vanishes as a real estate agent shows the house to a couple with a baby and tells them. “A fine place to raise children.” (I really want to know more about that moldy creature.)

A satisfying, chilling end to the evil sister storyline. I cannot wait to see what else Harrow County has in store for Emmy.

I give Harrow County #8 five ‘haunting’ sheep

Pamela K. Kinney

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