In the wee hours on Wednesday, no less than two friends alerted me to the news that the guys over on the Talking Comics Podcast reviewed THE HOUSE OF MONTRESOR, our sequel to Edgar Allan Poe’s Cask of Amontillado. We have Joey to thank for his “hhhwhim”sical purchase on comiXology (which is available now for 99 cents digitally!)

“Creepy. The art from Jason Strutz is absolutely gorgeous…A suspenseful, great bit of horror, suspense, Edgar Allen Poe-esque storytelling.”

Listen to the entire show here (Joey’s review of House of Montresor begins at the 22:57 mark):

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Direct link: http://talkingcomicbooks.com/2016/02/17/issue-221-deadpool-movie-review/

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Cheers to the whole crew at Talking Comics Podcast, and especially to Joey! We totally loved our English teachers in school; Sir, we salute you. Be sure to listen to the show each week, and follow @TalkingComics on Twitter!

Also on comiXology: pick up the adaptation of the original Cask of Amontillado (published by Action Lab) digitally, or even at your LCS. Your shop didn’t order it??? Tell them it’s in Previews! And look out for Part 2 in comiXology and in shops next month!

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The House of Montresor is a sequel to Edgar Allan Poe’s original gothic short story, The Cask of Amontillado, written by Enrica Jang with art by the amazing Jason Strutz. This comic fills in the story of Poe’s most cold-blooded killer, Montresor, and what he’s been up to fifty years after getting away with the perfect murder. Only one member of his victim’s bloodline is still alive, and Montresor is not finished tormenting the Fortunato family. Out in stores now, and published by Action Lab!
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