Sunday 3 February 2013

Horror Cult Film Reviews Manhattan 1930 Part Two

Horror Cult Films review the 40 page second issue of Manhattan 1930: NewYorker and here are some highlights from Bat's write up...

"Daley takes the reader into his bustling world and allows them to experience it first hand. My only issue with the comic is that I got so captivated by it that I didn’t realise I’d come to the end scene!"

"The introduction of Tesla and the Wickedest Man in the World, occultist Aleister Crowley, was well worth the wait and I eagerly look forward to seeing what storylines unfold in the last issue involving them and the rest of the masks."

"The Man In The White Suit, the first issue of CDComics’ Pulp Fiction series, but is left on an intriguing cliffhanger, urging the reader to continue with issue 2. Whilst reading the comic, I felt similarities to that of Watchmen, so if you enjoyed that then you’ll love Manhattan 1930." 

Manhattan 1930, is more Pulp Fiction than horror, but Aliester Crowley the real life historical English Occultist and 'Wickedest Man in the World' is one of the main threats facing our two masked hero PI's, Song and Secret. Another character from the real world that appears in Manhattan 1930 is the legendary steampunk scientist, Nikola Tesla and let's just hope the conclusion and final part of this story doesn't disappoint Horror Cult Film's reviewer... 

CDComics are available on the following download websites

CDComics are also available on CDrom from several Sheffield UK shops, Sheffield Space Centre, Broomhill's Record Collector and Galaxy 4, Rare and Racey on Devonshire Green and Blackwells on Mappin Street.

That's just £2.50 for the 114 page Graphic Novel... the mugs extra

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