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Famous Monsters of Film Land Ventures Into the World of Incarnate

“When you see a celebrity attached to a project outside of their area of expertise, one often concludes that it’s a vanity project, and the most fortunate result will be that it’s not terrible, like Eddie Murphy’s music. However, every now and then one of these projects will catch you off guard by being genuinely good, like Gerard Way’s Umbrella Academy. Having read it myself, Nick Simmons’ mini-series Incarnate looks to be among those other pleasant surprises…

Needless to say, the title is for mature readers, and with good reason. There’s plenty of violence, and between the gunfire, evisceration and cannibalism, gore hounds will have no shortage of material to work with. Fans of American Comics may be put off by the manga style artwork, but it works with the tone of the story and clearly depicts the events in all their blood stained glory.

Incarnate is kind of pricey for $4.99, but compared to other comics with only 22 Pages of story for $2.99, Incarnate’s 42 full color pages of story is quite a deal. If Simmons can keep up the momentum he’s started here, the investment is well worth it.”

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