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Book Review: Twisted Tales of Terror – Issue 1

Writer: Terence Muncy, Scott Guffey, Grant Gutzmer, Chris Bailey, Jeremiah Buckel, Master Legion
Artist: Terence Muncy, Grant Gutzmer, Chris Bailey, Jeremiah Buckel, Master Legion
Letters: Lucy Van Horne
Editor: Spider C. Guffey
Publisher: Legion Studios
Publication Date: 2009
Format: Full Color – 56 pages
Price: 5.99

“A huge 56 pages of four separate terrifying stories brought to you by Terence Muncy, Grant Gutzmer, Chris Baley, and MasterLegion. TTT is set to a reminiscence of old school horror from the days of the old. Along with several horror pin-ups from such artists as Jeremiah Buckel, Ben Harly, and many more.“

Artwork: 3.8 out of 5
The interior artwork for this anthology was really nice. I felt that each story had a nice unique feel to it. The gray’s worked very well to bring out a nice final presentation. I personally enjoy Mater Legion’s artwork, as I have reviewed his stuff before. Overall a very, very nice looking issue.

Story: 3.8 out of 5
On the same page as the artwork, the stories here were all very good reads. I honestly didn’t think that any one in particular stood out above the rest. Just a great issue all around.

Dying Breath: 3.8 out of 5
With the amount of anthologies out there it can be difficult to know which ones are good and which ones aren’t. Luckily you came here to seek my advice, because this one is good. The artwork and stories are nice and solid all the way through. This is the proper way to put an anthology together. Very nice issue.

If you would like to buy Twisted Tales of Terror or find out more about Legion Studios please go to http://www.legionsden.com/

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