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Ceej Says… SINK #4 review (ComixTribe)

Publisher:  Comixtribe Writer: John Lees Artist: Alex Cormack Release Date: 24th January 2018 Writer John Lees has made no secret of his love of movies like Stand by Me and Stephen King’s IT, and those fingerprints are all over the latest issue of SINK, an issue which sees four children ditching school to try and find out what happened to their missing classmate. To that end, there are subtle (and sometimes not-so-subtle) nods to the book’s obvious inspirations during the build-up, before Lees abruptly yanks the wheel midway through the issue, sending us lurching headlong into the relentless horror of his fictional Glasgow suburb and stamping his own distinctive imprint onto the proceedings in the process. This issue also features the much-hyped return of Mr Dig, the fox-mask wearing, shovel-swinging vigilante who stole the show back in issue one.  Dig does some typically fine work here during his encounter with the four children, but the character suffers ever so slightly from the spotlight being held on him for so long.  He’s perfectly suited to be a terrifying force of nature, sweeping in and causing carnage before disappearing, but he doesn’t resonate quite as strongly here during the extended warehouse scene. [...]



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