Ouija Interviews #1: Theo by Sarah Becan
(To anybody reading these reviews in order, I read #3 first out of these). Sometimes when you go back to the early issues of a series you can see the rough patches that led to greater things. Itâ€™s a bit unfair to call this one a â€œrough patchâ€ as itâ€™s still entertaining and has a few great lines in it, but itâ€™s obvious that this concept for a story grew from here to become the greatness that is #3 (even though, at this moment, I havenâ€™t read #2 or 4 yet). Thereâ€™s nothing overtly awful about this issue, itâ€™s just that the questions stay pretty simple and thereâ€™s not a whole lot to latch onto. Guy is killed by jealous wife but regrets nothing, it doesnâ€™t dig much deeper than that. Ok overall, and worth a look if youâ€™ve read the other ones and want a whole set, but go for the later ones first.