Mitchell, Brian John – Worms #5 (with Kimberlee Traub)



Worms #5  (with art by Kimberlee Traub)

There are probably a few of you out there who have been reading this series thinking “Sure, this is an odd comic on a number of levels, but I haven’t been creeped out enough by it”.  Well, your prayers have been answered!  The escape from this institution (if that is in fact what it is) continues in this issue, as our heroine listens to the voice of her dead father (who is helping her to escape), makes her way out and then has to deal with the same people who shot at her last time.  This time around she seems to have come to terms a bit more with the worms in her system, and it’s all I can do not to give anything else away.  Let’s just say that Brian seems to have a gift for taking stories that seem to be going full steam ahead and veering wildly in a completely unexpected direction.  Anyway, I’m along for the ride, as clueless about where this is heading as anybody else.  That’s assuming you’re already reading this, and why wouldn’t you be?  All these tiny comics for that tiny amount of money?  Plus the (as close as you can come in the comics world) guarantee that this guy is committed to the comics and will keep cranking these things out, so you won’t get dumped in the middle of a story?  Seems obvious to me.  $1


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