So, Daniel is a not so priestly priest. That certainly doesn't stop him from holding his collar over his special forces brother's head.
When bad guys come after Kurt for something he doesn't have, they kill him. Now Daniel sees dead people... or well... dead person.
Oh yeah, and when danger strikes, they turn into a spooge wielding Spider-Man clone.
As derivative a comic a comic as I have ever read. So much so that it feels like Spawn (so McFarlane is stealing from himself
). Yet magically, like Mephisto stealing Peter Parker's marriage, it somehow works (wait Haunt does not One More Day). WE get a compelling mystery, some solid character interaction and a nice by the numbers introduction into this world.
The art is much the same. With Capullo, Ottley and McFarlane all responsible for the final product, it is kind of a bit of a mess. Sometimes Capullo is dominate, sometimes Ottley is full on, and sometimes classic McFarlane rears its head. Somehow it all looks a little like new Romita Jr, especially with Plascenia's coloring. NOthing spectacular, but there is safety in familiarity or familiarity in safety... something like that.
A familiar yet satisifying read, Haunt I score thee a 7.