Brad Filicky rated it liked it Nov 01, I wasn't too impressed. The series is published by Dark Horse Comics and is just one of several parts of the multi-faced transmedia narrative which collectively unravels the original story-based concept.
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This Dark Horse Comics -related article is a stub. I hadn't heard of Corey Taylor's graphic novel until it got returned to the library where I worked, and because it was so short I read it in one sitting.
The obstacles in front of him is the dominant, obssessive Napoleon Bonapart Red Queen and hhouse distraction Mad Hatter as well as the environment. It wasn't bad, far from it, but it just wasn't exactly all that it had been hyped up to be. The character lives what bone to be a shallow life full of late night parties. I was kind excited to pick this up from Netgalley, thinking demonic clowns and heavy metal would make one sick horror comic.
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The whole story in the comics domic off with a scene that Corey described in "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Heaven" as a recurring dream he has, and "The Human" in the story faces similar struggles that Corey has faced in his life. Louie Reynolds bonnes it it was ok Feb 28, Eventually a larger mythology could pieced together. If you don't care for the concept of the story in the albums, the comic won't change your mind.
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Views Read Edit View history. Collects the four-issue miniseries. I loved it, but then again, it would take a lot for this man to disappoint me with anything he puts out.
Aug 15, Laura good it it was amazing. Jason Shawn Alexander . Check out the book trailer here: Jul 31, Paul rated it liked it.
A mind trip for a man stuck in a dream of horror. Apr 25, Ames rated it liked it Shelves: Fans of Slipknot and Corey Taylor will probably enjoy this more than I did.
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The story is tissue thin, and its overt message reads like a tired aphorism dressed up as a social media meme. It's very short and the story has no real structure.
Coming from the mind of the man behind Slipknot and Stone Sour, I'd expected something a little darker, something that would psychologically twist me and leave me feeling shaken. Even though I do, I was still not entirely sure what was going on at first, and that steals some stars from something that could easily have been a 5-star read. I had no idea who Corey Taylor was until I read his closing comments. Honestly, I liked the concept, and it seemed to have a lot of potential, but it was so ridiculously fast paced, and not in a good way.
It's decent, but as a fan of both comics and Stone Bonee, it left be a bit disappointed. Mar 28, Matt Kelland rated it really liked it Shelves: There are no discussion topics on this book yet. The first issue of the comic book came out and I didn't good it either. I flipped through the story booklet, but who cares about that?
Then the second disc came out and I was summarily disappointed.
But for a first effort, all told, it turns out to be not that bad. It reminds me a bit of Sandman, and there are a lot of archetypal forces at struggle.