The Low, Low Woods (2019-) #6
There’s a fire burning deep within the ground in Shudder-to-Think, Pennsylvania. There’s a river running through the mountains that makes you forget your life. There’s an old resort called Heaven on Earth, where a group of men like to make women forget. And there are two teenagers named Octavia and El who are determined to put an end to it all.Time is running out.See you soon.

The Low, Low Woods (2019-) #6 Details

TitleThe Low, Low Woods (2019-) #6
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LanguageEnglish
ReleaseJun 23rd, 2020
PublisherDC Black Label
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GenreHorror, Sequential Art, Comics, Graphic Novels, Fiction, Fantasy

The Low, Low Woods (2019-) #6 Review

  • Corrie
    January 1, 1970
    Great conclusion to a weirdly, wonderful, and memorably disturbing series. I absolutely loved the art work, it really suited the story. Both El and Octavia were solid characters, jumping right off the page. I hope this team will continue to make art.4 stars
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  • Bonnie
    January 1, 1970
    A great close to this series - it wrapped everything up neatly and was a great series. It did read like a fairy tale (a dark, disturbing fairy tale, but a fairy tale nonetheless). I wasn't sold on the art at first, but the more I read the series, the more I liked it and thought it fit very well with the story. I'll re-read this.
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  • Tobin Elliott
    January 1, 1970
    Yet again, now that the full run is complete, I went back and re-read the first issue, and now my review will be the same for issues 2 through 6.I will say that, once I read the first issue of this series, I was intrigued enough to pick up Carmen Maria Machado's In the Dream House: A Memoir and, after reading that (it's fucking brilliant), it just made me more excited to see where she took this Hill House series.And I have to say, I absolutely did not expect it to get as dark, nor explore the th Yet again, now that the full run is complete, I went back and re-read the first issue, and now my review will be the same for issues 2 through 6.I will say that, once I read the first issue of this series, I was intrigued enough to pick up Carmen Maria Machado's In the Dream House: A Memoir and, after reading that (it's fucking brilliant), it just made me more excited to see where she took this Hill House series.And I have to say, I absolutely did not expect it to get as dark, nor explore the themes she ended up exploring. I'm not going to spoil a damn thing here, but I will say, of the three Hill House series I've fully read so far (Basketful of Heads, The Dollhouse Family, and this one), this one wins, hands down.Why? Because, while it still has crazy-ass supernatural horror, it's also tied to some real life horrors, and the character in this one live and breathe much more than in those other two series.And Dani's art? It was okay at the start, but honestly, once the series really kicked in, I came to believe no one else's art could have done this story justice. It harkens back to some of Frank Miller's best work, back when he was really trying.All in all, a very good series.
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  • Amber
    January 1, 1970
    Like most comics written by people that don't generally write comics...this one is best read collectively in the TPB rather than in single issues. I really fucking loved the ending and I think it visually worked well to have it in the comic medium, but definitely midway I was like "what is going on... and is it worth it" It is. Bout to DIY a cool thing
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  • Youmna
    January 1, 1970
    نهاية رائعة لقصة مؤلمةالأختيار كان بداية حرية نساء البلدة واختيار التذكر ومواجهة الماضي بآلامه كان قوة
  • Michelle
    January 1, 1970
    Very strange comic series but I enjoyed it! I doubt I will come across a coming of age story quite like this again!
  • Mat
    January 1, 1970
    A decent ending to an okay series. Wasn't a huge fan of the art and while I enjoyed the concept, the execution didn't always hit for me. This was a better issue in the series, however.
  • Eric Novello
    January 1, 1970
    Como o mistério sobrenatural se resolve no 5, aqui foi só um encerramento conciso em termos de ação que acontece logo no início. Heroínas vs Vilões. O que existe por trás da história é que dá todo o peso à HQ e isso se mantém. Ter isso em mente e ver as personagens tomando as decisões gera todo um impacto. Não é tão bom quanto o miolo, mas considerando o tema espinhoso e sua importância, até que terminou de um jeito interessante.
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