Regression Volume 2
Adrian thought he was free of the vile past life that was tormenting him. Now, though, he finds himself prisoner of a strange cult--a cult that believes Adrian's past life is the key to a demon-haunted future. Meanwhile, as Molly and Detective Graymercy race to find this sect of insect-worshipping zealots, they discover that their own past lives might be intertwined with the horrors Adrian is experiencing. Collecting issues 6 through 10 of the harrowing horror series by CULLEN BUNN, DANNY LUCKERT, and MARIE ENGER. Adrian thought he was free of the vile past life that was tormenting him. Now, though, he finds himself prisoner of a strange cult--a cult that believes Adrian's past life is the key to a demon-haunted future. Meanwhile, as Molly and Detective Graymercy race to find this sect of insect-worshipping zealots, they discover that their own past lives might be intertwined with the horrors Adrian is experiencing. Collecting issues 6 through 10 of the harrowing horror series by CULLEN BUNN, DANNY LUCKERT, and MARIE ENGER.

Regression Volume 2 Details

TitleRegression Volume 2
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseJul 31st, 2018
PublisherImage Comics
ISBN-139781534306882
Rating
GenreSequential Art, Comics, Graphic Novels Comics, Graphic Novels, Horror

Regression Volume 2 Review

  • Sam Quixote
    January 1, 1970
    Cultists have kidnapped Adrian believing he’s their reincarnated leader Sutter – but is there truth to that? Molly and Detective Graymercy hit the trail to save him. Regression’s already-shaky quality unfortunately regresses further with Volume 2: Disciples. Cullen Bunn and Danny Luckert’s horror story turns out to be a dull Rosemary’s Baby clone. In place of anything happening, the second book is bursting with dreary exposition, ping-ponging between info dumps from the cultists to info dumps du Cultists have kidnapped Adrian believing he’s their reincarnated leader Sutter – but is there truth to that? Molly and Detective Graymercy hit the trail to save him. Regression’s already-shaky quality unfortunately regresses further with Volume 2: Disciples. Cullen Bunn and Danny Luckert’s horror story turns out to be a dull Rosemary’s Baby clone. In place of anything happening, the second book is bursting with dreary exposition, ping-ponging between info dumps from the cultists to info dumps during Molly/Graymercy’s search, and it’s such a drag to read as none of it is at all interesting. Bunn’s writing is uninspired and reads like the grind it must’ve been to get out. Luckert’s art is still very swish. It’s obvious that he’s using Tom Hiddleston and Eva Green’s likenesses as models for Adrian and Temperence, which is a bit unimaginative, but I didn’t mind as the book looks great. The body horror is morbidly eye-catching and as detailed and gruesome as it was in the first book. Some of the flashbacks are mildly compelling and the art is decent but the sheer amount of boring exposition and lack of story made Regression, Volume 2: Disciples an utterly crap read.
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  • Shannon
    January 1, 1970
    Individual issue reviews: #6 | #7 | #8 | #9 | #10Total review score: 2
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