Sons Of The Devil #1 by Brian Buccellato, Toni Infante
I received a copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
Here’s a Goodreads blurb, which doesn’t tell you much, but hey, you’ll find out it was a bestseller… Seriously they should work on it because it’s a pretty good graphic novel, but I wouldn’t buy it with this description.
From New York Times Best Selling writer BRIAN BUCCELLATO and artist TONI INFANTE comes a psychological horror story about TRAVIS, an average guy trying to get by, who discovers that he has familial ties to a deadly cult. Told across three decades, SONS OF THE DEVIL is an exploration of cults, family, and the dark side of human nature. It’s TRUE DETECTIVE and ORPHAN BLACK meets HELTER SKELTER.
That story really surprised me. I don’t really know what I was expecting, but I honestly didn’t think I’d like it so much. And what’s it all about? It all starts with Travis. An orphan, who’s trying to make a life for himself now that he’s an adult. His life was never easy and it doesn’t seem it will change anytime soon. He’d like to find his father. The problem is, he doesn’t know who his father is [a satanic cult leader who tries to bring back the devil by killing all his children – you see the problem, right?]. Continue reading “Devil’s children can be doomed too”