Intermission last edited by Darkside_of_the_Sun on 06/15/18 03:18PM View full history

In the first issue of Locke & Key: Head Games, Professor Joe Ridgeway has one look at Lovecraft Academy's newest transfer student, the charismatic Zack Wells, and is seized with an unsettling notion: that young Wells is in fact the ghost of Lucas Caravaggio, a teenager who disappeared over twenty years before, along with several other students, and who has long been presumed dead. Joe soon sets out to dig up the truth on the new kid... with no idea how far Zack Wells is willing to go to keep his secrets buried.

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Expertly Crafted, Intermission Raises the Curtain on the Second Arc with Another Great Performance 0

So if you are interested in Locke and Key, you have probably heard that the series is expertly written with a strange combination of creepy occult, strange menacing characters, the Locke kids persevering in this aptly named town of Lovecraft. Well, it is all true. On top of that, the art is fantastic and oddly fits the story. Oddly because it is not quite completely representational like a superhero book but just enough to allow the artist to stylize it to and color it with slight exaggerations...

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