While the tales are condensed, key dialogue and memorably nerve-jangling passages are retained. All are hauntingly effective.
Featuring the Devil in his most vanilla of forms, horror fans will be left wanting; Lucifer is disappointingly sparse on strong imagery.
We talk adapting HP Lovecraft with INJ Culbard, who is widely known for his graphic novel adaptations of classic literature.
A cleverly-layered effort packed with satirical humour, with a universe so outlandishly odd it is frighteningly similar to our own.
An incredible amount of humour, and the weird-for-the-sake-of-weird mentality is not just ballsy, but also highly entertaining.
Buchan excels at short and twisted love stories, but it’s Simmonds’ graphic artwork that makes the author's prose shine.
A smooth read, especially if you’re a well-versed Lovecraft fan. If you’re not, Culbard might be able to convince you.
A read with huge amounts of intrigue; there are enough unanswered questions to leave the reader looking forward to part two.
An incredible amount of humour, some memorable characters, and contextualisation that adds extra depth.