Outcast, Vol. 1: A Darkness Surrounds Him
NEW HORROR SERIES FROM THE WALKING DEAD CREATOR ROBERT KIRKMAN!Kyle Barnes has been plagued by demonic possession all his life and now he needs answers. Unfortunately, what he uncovers along the way could bring about the end of life on Earth as we know it.Collects OUTCAST BY KIRKMAN & AZACETA #1-6. show more
NEW HORROR SERIES FROM THE WALKING DEAD CREATOR ROBERT KIRKMAN!Kyle Barnes has been plagued by demonic possession all his life and now he needs answers. Unfortunately, what he uncovers along the way could bring about the end of life on Earth as we know it.Collects OUTCAST BY KIRKMAN & AZACETA #1-6.
Publisher: Image Comics
Pages no: 152
Edition language: English
This was recommended to me by a librarian while we were talking comics a while back, and I kind of went into it not really knowing anything about it. I might have looked it up before I bought it, but I'd totally forgotten by the time I actually started reading.I don't think this is the kind of story...
All of his life, demons have surrounded Kyle Barnes in one way or another. With his is life in shambles he is haunted by memories he just cannot seem to shake; Kyle lives alone, wanting nothing more from life than to be a hermit in peace. The demons however aren't done with Kyle yet and if he has ...
So, the guy who writes The Walking Dead is writing a new series. This could be good news! I mean, I've enjoyed the series, even through its lulls, because Kirkman has proven that he has good ideas to support a lengthy drama like that. He looks at the zombie apocalypse and keeps thinking about what w...
A Darkness Surrounds Him. Kyle is an outcast, struggling with his past, his present and possibly also his future. He makes for a very interesting character in this first volume that combines the first six issues of this new series. As a whole, this volume has brought up some very interesting chara...
Kirkman is the master of dragging out a storyline, and his latest is no exception. The storyline overdoses on irony while the art does nothing to improve the drearyness. It's not an uplifting story in any way, and you're told this on almost every page. Full review to follow