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Ceej Says… SINK #2 review (ComixTribe)

Publisher:  Comixtribe Writer: John Lees Artist: Alex Cormack Letterer: Shawn Lee Sharon is a cleaner.  A cleaner who specialises in making dead bodies disappear.  And when Anne and Thomas Kelvin’s attempt to spice up their sex life ends in tragedy, Sharon is called in to put things right. While this latest ComixTribe release is being marketed as Sink #2, it’s worth clarifying right off the bat that it isn’t a continuation of the same Story that we saw told in SINK #1.  Instead, writer John Lees has created a “shared universe” of sorts, with each issue telling a different story featuring the inhabitants of the (hopefully) fictional town of Sinkhill on the outskirts of Glasgow. For this second installment – enigmatically dubbed “The Door at the End” – Lees adopts a markedly different approach to the first.  Gone is the pulse-pounding, palm-sweating horror, replaced instead by a slower, more psychological approach.  There are still horror notes here, but the impact of the story is felt more through the interactions between Sharon and the poor unfortunate victim than the “omg run for your life!” pace of the first issue. Unfortuately, it’s fairly difficult to discuss the actual content of the story without [...]



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