Comic Review: Infidel #2 (Image Comics)

With issue two, Infidels, from Image, gets deeper into the horror that resides in the building… Writer Pornsak Pichetshote and artist Aaron Campbell (colorist José Villarrubia) combine their forces to […]

With issue two, Infidels, from Image, gets deeper into the horror that resides in the building…

Writer Pornsak Pichetshote and artist Aaron Campbell (colorist José Villarrubia) combine their forces to create another creepy, moody issue of this series.

Aisha and her fiancé Tom have moved into an old apartment building with Tom’s mother, Leslie. Tom’s young daughter Kris is often left alone with Leslie, who seems to have a bit of an agenda… she doesn’t seem as tolerant of Aisha’s Muslim ancestry or culture as she lets on. What is she really up to??

Meanwhile, there are evil spirits, equally intolerant, aiming to harm or kill Aisha. They reside in the building and are bent on manifesting themselves whenever she is alone. A dangerous place to live! Too bad no one believes Aisha when she talks about the evil happenings!

This is one creepy book, and it’s getting better with each issue. Highly recommended!

Image Comics, Infidels #2, $3.99 for 27 pages of content. Rated M for Mature readers

Alan Spinney

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