Dollhouse: Epitaphs by Andrew Chambliss
Available: April 11, 2012
Publisher: Dark Horse Comics
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Background: A virus is spreading, don’t pick up your phone, if you do your mind will be erased and you become a mindless killer. This is what the Dollhouse gang is dealing with, only those that did not pick up their phones are survivors and on the run from those around them that have received the call.
Review: Before I start, I must admit that I only watched one or two episodes of Dollhouse when it aired but this comic was very interesting to follow. Coming from Andrew Chambliss, Jed Whedon, and Maurissa Tancharoen, it reads like a television show, since that is the media most know if from anyway. It is fast paced and easy read, however the number of people we just through in the beginning got a little confusing for me. The art is detailed with a beautiful use of color, the illustrator did a good job at using as much of the color pallet as he could, using soft and bold tones of almost every color.
The story line was captivating and kept me reading. However, the amount of death was intense; almost every page had someone being attacked by a mindless infected person or someone who had not been infected shooting at someone who was…overall a pretty good read though.
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