EDGAR ALLAN POE’S SNIFTER OF TERROR, Season Two, #4 Comic Review

Short stories are a favorite of mine and when you combine those efforts with the name of Edgar Allan Poe, then you have some horrific stories that will chill the bone. We were able to get a review copy of the latest issue of Edgar Allan Poe’s Snifter of Terror, Season 2 #4 Comic and we were in for a treat!

The comic book has a few different stories in there including a poem and cartoon. I thoroughly enjoyed them all but one of them stood out most for me. The Black Cat was very intriguing and had myself on the edge of my seat. The story starts off talking about a lobbyist that is inches away from being executed. He tells his story of a prior injury and a vehicle he had for the next two weeks. The vehicle not only talks to him but knows a bunch of pop culture innuendo.

Needless to say, this story became very gruesome in the later pages but the story just holds you. You just feel the Poe in this story and just want more and more.

I don’t want to say any more but you should go out and get this comic. This includes a few stories, poems, and a short cartoon at the end with Edgar Allan Poe.

EDGAR ALLAN POE’S SNIFTER OF TERROR Season Two #4

(W) Bryce Ingman, Dean Motter, Hunt Emerson

(A) Greg Scott, Shawn Crystal, Hunt Emerson

(C) Richard Williams

Painted cover by Richard Williams (MAD).

The comic will be available on January 22, 2020 and get yourself a copy and enjoy!