The first four issues of Steven Horry’s Lizard Men eased us through a fairly “normal” setup before whisking the rug from under us at every step so the final third of the six-issue run always had a solid chance of grabbing my attention……and keeping me guessing.
Lizard Men was launched under the Comichaus banner and with a sea of support through Kickstarter but the 6-issue series has managed to back that up with one of the most surprising & entertaining comics I’ve had on my reading list this year…..
Steven Horry’s Lizard Men has just hit Kickstarter for the second half of its 6-issue run and just as I was due a catch-up on the third issue……I was lucky enough to get my hands on an advanced copy of issue #4. Cue the excitement and cue the double-review shenanigans.
Lizard Men by Steven Horry has already impressed with its first two issues and with the third issue hitting Kickstarter, it seemed like the right time to grill him about what’s happened so far & what he has planned for the remainder of the 6-issue run.
The latest release under the ComicHaus banner is Steven Horry’s Lizard Men – a title that eased through its Kickstarter at the end of last year – so a catch-up on this one was overdue.
The world of indie anthologies seems to be a fairly divisive thing for the wider comic audience with a short peak at a story not always being seen as value for money but Comichaus are aiming to change that with their latest release which just hit its third issue.