This week we’re discussing two horror anthologies!
“As an anthology series, each issue of The Silver Coin brings something a little different and it’s always interesting to see the approach the writer will take and the direction the story will go in. In the case of Vita Ayala I feel like we’re focusing on a part of New York’s history that they feel is perhaps overlooked, while also taking on a monkey paw type of horror story that we saw back in the first issue of the series, but in a very different way.”
“If you’re not reading The Silver Coin yet, pick up whichever issue you see and get caught up, they’re all strong starting points in this anthology.”
“I’d say that any fan of Ram V, Aztec influenced horror and gloomy but gorgeous art should pick this issue up.”
“An absolute must read book for horror fans this spooky season.”
“While this story takes place first chronologically it feels like an ending, revealing the origin of the coin but never shying away from the horror we’ve come to expect.”
“This is a great addition to the universe of The Silver Coin giving us plenty of setup for further stories to be told in the future.”
“Michael Walsh’s artwork makes each instalment feel connected even when the writers he’s working with are pulling the horror in new directions. I’m very much looking forward to seeing where the next issue will take us.”