While the tales are condensed, key dialogue and memorably nerve-jangling passages are retained. All are hauntingly effective.
While some of the artwork is decent, the script and voice acting are excruciatingly awful, immediately destroying any atmosphere.
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.