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Unearth #1 second print

Unearth #1 second print

$3.99
VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Cullen Bunn, Kyle Strahm
(A/CA) Baldemar Rivas
SERIES PREMIERE! When a flesh-warping disease ravages a remote village in Mexico, a scientific task force travels to the inhospitable area to investigate the contamination. Tracing the source of the disease to a nearby cave system, the team discovers a bizarre, hostile ecosystem and a supernatural revelation from which they may never escape. This new subterranean nightmare is brought to you by writers CULLEN BUNN (REGRESSION) and KYLE STRAHM (SPREAD), and rising-star artist BALDEMAR RIVAS!
Date Available: 08/07/2019
BONUS REVIEW by "Doc" Schaefer


As far as storylines go, there's not a lot of new ground being covered here. The disease is ugly but not gut churning. The real star of this title appears to be the character development that Cullen Bunn and Kyle Strahm are developing here. While not going into great detail, we know that all of our main characters are suffering from big time emotional baggage. Some more so than others. And now that they are trapped under the earth with … something, those problems are going to start coming out. For sci-fi fans, you have a well worn tale of infection and possible alien influence(?). For readers of good psychological fiction, this is the place for you.

I give it 7 out of 10 Grahams


VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Cullen Bunn, Kyle Strahm
(A/CA) Baldemar Rivas
SERIES PREMIERE! When a flesh-warping disease ravages a remote village in Mexico, a scientific task force travels to the inhospitable area to investigate the contamination. Tracing the source of the disease to a nearby cave system, the team discovers a bizarre, hostile ecosystem and a supernatural revelation from which they may never escape. This new subterranean nightmare is brought to you by writers CULLEN BUNN (REGRESSION) and KYLE STRAHM (SPREAD), and rising-star artist BALDEMAR RIVAS!
Date Available: 08/07/2019
BONUS REVIEW by "Doc" Schaefer


As far as storylines go, there's not a lot of new ground being covered here. The disease is ugly but not gut churning. The real star of this title appears to be the character development that Cullen Bunn and Kyle Strahm are developing here. While not going into great detail, we know that all of our main characters are suffering from big time emotional baggage. Some more so than others. And now that they are trapped under the earth with … something, those problems are going to start coming out. For sci-fi fans, you have a well worn tale of infection and possible alien influence(?). For readers of good psychological fiction, this is the place for you.

I give it 7 out of 10 Grahams