Asylum Press has released a variety of comics I've read over the years. They don't have a huge output, but I've generally enjoyed their horror-comic anthology titles and would say I'm a fan of the "Fearless Dawn" comics by Steve Mannion. I've never really talked about Asylum Press on the blog before so I thought it would make sense to do so considering I just recently actually read two titles by them--well, one fully by them and the other through a special guest-editor edition of "Heavy Metal".
Heavy Metal #271
|A comic magazine that tends to at least entertain if nothing else.|
3 out of 5 stars.
Fearless Dawn: Eye of the Beholder #1
|Don't let the "#1" fool you!|
Mary Sue" she would at times seem to be in previous issues. There is the usual Nazi-fighting and such, but it seems more, emotional, with Dawn's sadness and anger making her feel just that much more "real".
4.5 out of 5 stars.
An Interesting Publisher
|A modern-day telling of the "Sleepy Hollow" legend that looks potentially intersting.|