Manor Black by Bunn, Hurtt, and Crook - A Review


"Roman Black is the moribund patriarch of a family of powerful sorcerers. As his wicked and corrupt children fight over who will take the reins of Manor Black and representative of the black arts, Roman adopts a young mage who he gifts his powers to with the hope that someone good will take his place against the evil forces out to bring down his family and legacy."

WHY I LOVE THE BOOK
As a fan of Cullen Bunn and Tyler Crook's Harrow County, I was curious about their latest installation - Manor Black. Just like Harrow County, this is not a story that takes a while to unfold - we are introduced to our characters' motivations within a few pages. From then on, the backbone of the story starts to open up.
The art is very much what I have come to expect for the authors - lovely palette of water-colour style, unique and fair to the eyes.

DISLIKES
None.

WHO IS IT FOR
This is another gorgeous work for fans of fantasy and horror.

Many thanks to Dark Horse Comics for a review copy.






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