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Wednesday, November 16, 2022

Comic Review: Door to Door, Night by Night Issue #1 from Vault Comics

written by Cullen Bunn
Art by Sally Cantirino 
Colors by Dee Cunniffe
letters by AndWorld
November 16, 2022
Genre: humor, thriller, horror
Vault Comics
From all-star creators Cullen Bunn (Harrow County, The Last Book You'll Ever Read) and Sally Cantirino (I Walk With Monsters, Human Remains) comes the story of a motley crew going to battle against supernatural evil throughout the American South.
Perfect for fans of "The Boys," "B.P.R.D." and "Proctor Valley Road."

The Heritage Mills sales team travels from town to town, knocking on doors. They're the best at what they do... which also means they're the worst. They're broken, each and every one of them, haunted by closets so full of skeletons, they're bursting. When they discover a terrible secret behind one fateful door, it opens their eyes to a world full of real monsters hidden in every small town.

Alex, Cal, Lacey, Maxine, Will, Fred

I got a chance to review the first THREE issues of Door to Door from Vault Comics. This is definitely on my list of must-reads. This unusual Scooby Gang discovers monsters have invaded small towns across the southern U.S.

I really like the way we get the characters' backstories. Strategically inserted panels give a moment from a character's past. So you get that backstory without interrupting the flow of the story.

I love the dry humor and how, no matter what happens to the group, it all comes back around to knocking on doors and trying to sell those picture coupons.

Issue #1 is a little slow as the story is set up. In the next two issues, things get crazy! Lots of laughs and action. 

Go Door to Door with the Heritage Mills sales team and down the monster-hunting rabbit hole!

4 "Knock, knock" Sheep


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