NIGHT TO DAWN MAGAZINE ISSUE 23
Of the interior art, David L. Transue’s noble knight on page 22 is well done. Marg Simon’s sketch on page 58 reminds me of the great Gene Colan back in his Tomb of Dracula days.
Of the stories Todd Hank’s one-pager Vampire Ferris Wheel comes with a nice twist to the tale.
A Road Less Travelled by Hal Kempla has some nice atmospherics. Careful how you go about ‘seeing America.’ Careful what you take for innocent.
Oh and it was wonderful to see my Midnight Gunslinger in print. Kansas really was known as bloody Kansas back in the days just before the American Civil War broke out. Perfect locale for a gun toting vampire.
Of the poems, Twisted Nursery Rhymes by Lee Clark Zempe hit the spot. This fellow does have a dark sense of humour.
I wonder if issue 25 will be a silver issue with a silver cover and silver stories inside.
Meanwhile I’ll look forward to issue 24 and what it has to offer.
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