Published on October 2nd, 2014 | by Edward DeWitt0
And Then Emily Was Gone #3 – Comic Review
As Hellinger’s mental state deteriorates, we’re given the most visually striking issue of And Then Emily Was Gone yet. Whereas the first two issues were primarily setting the stage, issue 3 takes us deeper into the paranormal elements of the series, which so far had taken a back seat whilst the dreary depiction of grim depiction of Scotland was being built up. The rapidly changing panel layout pulls the reader straight into the queasy and disorientated mind of Hellinger, and the plot unfolds just enough to be satisfying, whilst still keeping you gripped and questioning just what the hell is going on. This month’s variant cover is provided by Gary Brown, of Dark Horses’ excellent The Massive.