This one-man anthology of classic-style horror demonstrates an impressive range of art styles. While the book has the classic flavor, it’s missing some ingredients. Paulson’s a good artist, but his writing isn’t equal. I see what he’s getting at, but his stories too often miss the mark, the endings coming from nowhere.

Book: 64/52

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