Featured Book Review: Cure: A Strandville Zombie Novel Strandville Zombie Series Volume 1 0000
Cure was a great read, and I enjoyed most of it tremendously. It was my first time reading the author's work, and I cannot wait to see what happens next in Afterbirth. The book got my attention from the beginning, and I love this book so much that I finished…
Swamp Thing Vol. 3: The Curse - Alan Moore Horror Book Review
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This volume broke out of a set path and reminds me of X-Files season one. Nuke Face was a surprisingly likable character, but nuclear power was presented pretty harshly. John Constatine came off as a much better character in my opinion than once he got his own series. Swamp Thing’s new powers such as transportation via new body and seasonal changes were pretty neat.
The vampire substory was interesting, but the comparison of vampire communities and humans as a parasitic species seemed a little strong. However, the comparison’s purpose was to humanize the vampire condition and to set the philosophical stage for Swamp Thing’s later dilemma.
The werewolf story might have been my favorite. More seemed to over emphasize how terrible a woman’s life is, but it left me sympthizing for her. The Cain/Abel subplot didn’t feel important to me.