Fangirls, every time I read Coffin Hill, I try to mentally prepare myself for the horrors inside. Every time it isn’t nearly enough. Though the comic doesn’t scare me (I feel like turning a page gives you a splash full of spoilers; it’s harder for something to “pop out” at you in a comic), I worry for Eve and her friends a lot, because this stuff is serious.
Fangirls, as much as I loved the last story arc from Coffin Hill, I thought I was very ready for something new. After reading this issue, I realized I’m not. So much is going to go down in this arc, and I thought the last one was intense.
Fangirls, please tell me you’ve been reading Coffin Hill. It’s so amazing, and is always one of my first reads when I pick up my comics. They’re always so beautiful and gorey, and this issue, the start of the next storyline, is no different.
Fangirls, Eve seems to be getting deeper and deeper into shit. But at least in this issue, we find out who the Ice Fisher is.
Fangirls, I can no longer read this book at night. It’s too spooky.
Hey Fangirls! I know issue 9 of Coffin Hill came out this past week, but work hasn’t believed in time off (except for ConnectiCon), so I’m behind. I’ve missed two Wednesdays of comics in a row, and I am not a happy camper. So this week, The Sole Unquiet Thing is the issue.
Hello Fangirls. I am so in love with this series, but I’m having such an issue with writing about it. I have read these two issues at least 3 times (not that I’m complaining, they’re lovely) but I can’t seem to force myself to write about them! So we’ll try, and hopefully my writing will do them some sort of justice.