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The latest addition to the Dark Horse horror line is this chilling original graphic novel from writer and publisher Mike Richardson (The Secret, Cravan). Twentysomething Meagan Walters regains consciousness and finds herself locked in an empty room of an old house. She's bleeding from the back of her head, and has no memory of where the wound came from -- she'd been at a cThe latest addition to the Dark Horse horror line is this chilling original graphic novel from writer and publisher Mike Richardson (The Secret, Cravan). Twentysomething Meagan Walters regains consciousness and finds herself locked in an empty room of an old house. She's bleeding from the back of her head, and has no memory of where the wound came from -- she'd been at a club with some friends... left angrily... was she abducted? When Meagan peers through the door's keyhole, she starts to suspect that her captor isn't quite human......

Title : Cut
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ISBN : 9781593078454
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 112 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Cut Reviews

  • Kathryn
    2019-05-01 06:29

    Slowly, I have built up a nice stack of graphic novels. Lately, I've been grabbing one from the top, at random. If I had flipped through this before beginning, I probably would not have begun in the first place. I seem to be gravitating towards horror gns more than ever and this is a prime example of the mediocrity currently available. I'm finding that most have little if any character devlopement, that the entire point rests in the blood spilt and fear felt. The big reveal of the monster or the killer is the point. I guess I like this, overall, at least in this medium. I can really only recommend this particular story if you see a used copy (mine was 99 cents) or if a friend has one to borrow. Cut is another classic monster tale so monster fans may enjoy it but I love a good monster tale too and was unimpressed overall. Part of this is due to the the art being just so-so good, not as outstanding as I'd wished for. Still, I did like the ending very much. 2 1/2 stars.

  • Quentin Wallace
    2019-05-20 04:13

    Not a bad horror comic but there's not really much to it. Vampire story featuring abducted girls imprisoned in an abandoned house. Probably would work just as well if not better as a movie. Art's not bad either. Nothing out of the ordinary but still entertaining.

  • Fwah Storm
    2019-05-06 06:15

    'Cut' is the story of Meagen, a young women who has recently woken up in an old decreped room alone. Even though her memories are vague, she pieces together that she was abducted by a mysterious creature after having a fight, with her now ex-boyfriend, because she caught him having sex with someone else at a concert. Meagen soon realises that she is not alone as she finds a fellow abductee by the name of Anita. What do these girls have in common? Well, the only visible connection is that they both have a deep cut somewhere across their body. Together the two women try to escape, and do their best to discover who, or what has abducted them and why. 'Cut' is a short graphic novel from the minds of Mike Richardson & Todd Herman. The story itself doesn't get too complicated, and is extremley easy to follow. Together with an art style that reminds me of the old horror comics, along with its very minimal and simplistic dialogue, this story is fun and very quick read. Personally, I thought there was a lot more that the story could have accomplished, but as it stands, I think a movie adaptation would go down better than the book itself. Now don't get me wrong, this isn't a bad book. I just can't help but feel that it moved too quickly, and stayed to very basic ideas. Obviously, this is not always a bad thing, but to be fair, this a concept that has been used a few times over, so throwing a couple of extra elements into the mix wouldn't have harmed it at all. I have nothing against the dialogue, although, there were some parts where I felt the dialogue was put in for the sole purpose of making sure the reader spent more than five seconds looking at a panel. During those moments, I felt that I would have spent more time soaking in the art work if the dialogue wasn't there as it would have created more tension in the atmosphere of the story. All in all, I think this book is worth a read, and if I'm honest, I have read it twice now. I think this book would be very useful for anyone who is trying to break into the comic book business as it will be able to show some things you should, and shouldn't do.

  • Wesley
    2019-05-21 08:00

    An original graphic novel from Dark Horse written by founder Mike Richardson with art by Todd Herman and Al Milgrom.This is a fairly standard horror tale that delivers chills rather than gore. The book is printed in a strange physical size - just over half the size of a normal comic book - and this smaller size means that there is less space available to develop the story fully. There is some attempt to give some immediate back story to the two women abducted in the tale but is not enough to build up a rapport with them. The art is good with a muted colour palette that suits the dismal situation the women find themselves in. But as a whole the book lacks a certain spark to make it truly thrilling and horrific.

  • Garrett
    2019-04-23 03:13

    The art is what drew me in on this one, no pun intended. Seriously, I hate puns. The story left me a little cold, as it comes off like one of the short Twilight Zone episodes that you hope will go one way but they go all ambiguous, and you finish and it's like, "Okay..." It's the sort of thing you wish you could just find at a bus stop or in a lobby waiting room or something, because you would have spent otherwise wasted time in a wonderful way.

  • Lucas Swanger
    2019-05-02 00:19

    A little too short for my liking. Otherwise, a decent horror tale.

  • Kat Connors
    2019-05-15 03:00

    I enjoyed this book and it was a fun little read. The story development was good, but it would have been much creepier if the baddie had more visual mystery. What you don't see is always scarier...

  • Xavfro
    2019-05-06 03:05

    it's a fun quick read but nothing more. The art is nice.

  • Niranjan Sathyamurthy
    2019-05-06 00:24

    A short story that offers a look at the vampire-is-monster mythos. Too short a story to form any opinion. It had interesting characters and premise. But underdeveloped.

  • Rose
    2019-05-15 06:13

    A small book, well crafted and visually striking. The reader is very effectively kept in the dark until more than halfway through, cranking the tension up to eleven. Very unnerving.

  • Daniel
    2019-05-13 08:11

    I thought it would have a little more meat to it, but it was still a fun read. Creeped me out a bit.

  • Marvin
    2019-05-11 04:21

    Good art.