Interesting issue here. The lead story sets to bring the terror of The Dunwich Horror into the present day, but it takes a while to get going. After a nice beheading, the story tries to establish an odd grouping of mythchasers who say a lot without saying a lot in their little meeting. Dull conversation and flat artwork just don't make the story sing like it should.
The back-up story is an excellent re-working of The Hound by Robert Weinberg and Menton3 that captures all of the Baroque eeriness and existential dread of Lovecraft. The paintings are truly gorgeous, and will probably the best part of this series.
The witness said Mr Brown then called out to Ms Hay's adult daughter: "Look at this, I'm tittie-f***ing your mother!".
Jude Terror 12:19 AM
I put my dick in one of the bagels once.