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FRIGHTFEAST issue 2
We love horror comics here at SGM but they’ve been a bit thin on the ground of late so we were thrilled when issue 2 of FrightFeast arrived at SGM Towers but where we mentally prepared for the psychotic horror trauma that it would bring?!
32 pages of wall to wall deranged splatter fun, FrightFeast is perhaps one of the most violently insane horror commix that I’ve read in quite some time.
From what I could gleam of the storyline, the gory fun is set deep in the jungle where Dr Kurt Diebner (a former Nazi scientist with a monster cock, yes you read right) is experimenting on humans with the aspiration of creating some sort of undead army.
The fact of the matter though is he doesn’t seem to make much in the way of progress as he and his team of horny stoned guerrillas mutilate and fornicate their way through the local population.
As is generally the case in such jungle scenarios, a crew of witless filmmakers stumble their way onto the scene and inevitably fall foul of the evil doctors plans.
Whilst some will be put off by its indie low budget origins and complete lack of moral restraint, FrightFeast is in fact a lot of fun for the care free splatter hounds out there amongst you. I certainly had a chuckle throughout.
If you take heed to the mag’s tag line "Sleaze, gore, nothing more!" then you can pick this up without fear of offense (which I have no doubt it will offend many!)
Creator Mark K is clearly slightly deranged, in the finest sense of course, and with issue 3 on the way it’s clear he has a mission to mentally corrupt as many unsuspecting comics fans as possible.
From The Tomb MagazineWe recently came across this interesting article about the booming bicycle culture in Copenhagen...NO!...Something isn't right...wait a sec.. I know ! Lets talk FRIGHTFEAST# 1!
Artwork: 4.0 out of 5
Have you ever wondered what would happen if your Cannible Corpse or Cattle Decapitation cd cover had a comic book? Well this is it. The artwork is nothing shy or GORE-geous from page to page. Bloody bits here, scary monsters there it’s everything disturbing wrapped into a small little package for your eye to devour, or crawl out of your head and leave because you tortured them with these gruesome images. The art is not a let down.
Story: 2.0 out of 5
This is what stinks about this so-called gig, not being able to hype something up. Talking with the talent on this one though, they knew that they story was lacking so I don’t feel super bad. There really was not full consistent story here. You might have a few panels that work together, but other than that I was kinda let down. I was hoping for it to be as reader appealing as it was visually appealing.
Dying Breath: 2.5 out of 5
So nice looking pages couldn’t save this one, so I think it’s safe to say middle of the road is a good score. The fact that a cohesive story was lacking really sucked, because I would have liked to see this artwork come more to life with some good dialogue. However the artwork is very strong and if I was looking for an artist for my death metal cd cover, I know exactly who I would call.
FROM THE TOMB MAGAZINE (2011)
Is it Man Behind the Sun ?! Nope its even worse...meat dr.videovore...Cannibal Cam!