Point Pleasant Review
Ape Entertainment $3.95
The area known as
Writer Chad Lambert unites all these happenings in the premise that
The art is quite good, and although there are several artists, the feel is consistent throughout, no style is too different from the others to jar the reader. Michael Gray's work on the Mothman sightings stood out especially to me. The human stylization is a bit reminiscent of Tony Harris's penciling on Ex Machina. Gray's work in this part of
Lambert's writing is engaging, the plot is very intriguing, and judging from a couple interviews with Lambert Ive read, he did a daunting amount of research. However, I'm left feeling as if there could have been more plot development in the pages. The 32-page book could have been expanded and the story filled out and told more completely. The idea was there, the writing was there, the execution was just lacking a bit.
The idea was there, the writing was there, the execution was just lacking a bit.
Really, though, this is just a minor complaint for the book as a whole. Lambert's research alone tells me he gives great care and dedication to his craft, and it certainly shows in the book. I look forward to reading more from Lambert and the many artists of
Bottom Line: B+