Regression, Vol. 1: Way Down Deep

Regression, Vol. 1: Way Down Deep

Plagued by ghastly waking nightmares, Adrian reluctantly agrees to past life regression hypnotherapy. As his consciousness is cast back through time, Adrian witnesses a scene of horrific debauchery and diabolism. Waking, he is more unsettled than before, and with good reason--something has followed him back. Adrian descends into a world of occult conspiracy, mystery, reinc Plagued by ghastly waking nightmares, Adrian reluctantly agrees to past life regression hypnotherapy. As his consciousnes...

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Title:Regression, Vol. 1: Way Down Deep
Author:Cullen Bunn
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:128 pages pages

Regression, Vol. 1: Way Down Deep Reviews

  • Jeff Raymond
    Apr 06, 2018

    Haunted by waking nightmares and at his wits? end, Asian Tom Hiddleston-lookalike Adrian goes to see a past life regression hypnotist in an effort to find peace of mind. Except the session only opens the door for something wicked to enter our world? ! Though the premise reminded...

    Regression is a fictional story about Adrian who is having hallucinations or visions, and he seek help from his friend Molly who set him to meet a hypnotist. This hypnotist told him that what a better to way help him is through regression therapy or by using hypnosis to take a look at ...

    I read this because I am reading and liking very much Harrow County, the Southern gothic horror story about a rural town's "struggle" with demon possession, by Cullen Bunn and Tyler Crock, featuring Emmy, a strong girl main character, so I decided to take a look at this. It's not somet...

    Adrian Padilla has gory, macabre, sometimes deeply erotic hallucinations. He undergoes regressive hypnosis to figure them out. While the exact cause of his hallucinations is intentionally vague, the surrounding mystery and writing are pretty fantastic and the artwork is eerie and exqui...

    A man suffering from waking nightmares goes to a hypnotist for help. The hypnotist wakes a murderer from a past life during regression therapy and people start dying off. There's also some cult involved and a lot of body horror involving insects. I found the story uninteresting, too sl...

    Bunn really jumps right into the story, not providing a lot of background or preamble. It's not quite clear at the end of this volume exactly what is going on with our protagonist, Adrian, but I am definitely interested enough to keep reading the series. The epilogue for this collectio...

    A man struggling with waking nightmares undergoes past life regression which, to put it mildly, doesn't help. Bunn's dad was a hypnotist, he explains in an afterword, but I'm not sure how much that adds; the wider details of the story weren't what grabbed me here so much as the sheer h...

    The artwork on this is great -- SO gross when it's called for, and the character design is really nice. I'm not all-in on this series, although I'll check out the next installment. The first collection feels like a television pilot: all the elements are there, but it's not quite settle...

    ***1/2 Interesting read, promising start, hopefully heading the right way. ...

    Goodreads Synopsis: Plagued by ghastly waking nightmares, Adrian reluctantly agrees to past life regression hypnotherapy. As his consciousness is cast back through time, Adrian witnesses a scene of horrific debauchery and diabolism. Waking, he is more unsettled than before, and with g...

    This is an original review from Booked & Loaded Horror books are always subjective. So many times horror works - or don't work - based on your own fears. Sometimes, horror books touch on topics that make us uncomfortable and snag on our secret insecurities. Often, I feel how on...

    *First off, thanks to Image Comics for the ARC of Regression, Vol.1: Way Down Deep. I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review.* Adrian Padilla has some pretty terrifying, oft times erotic, hallucinations and nightmares on a daily basis and is pushed to get help by his fri...

    It?s a cool story. It?s only getting off the ground and was still building when the book ended on a cliffhanger. As a reader I didn?t get answers to any questions. Like,? what the hell is going on?? For example. Had I known I probably would have read volume 1 and 2 at the sam...

    Great art, colours less so, not much plot, strange insect murdery cult thing and similarly flavoured hallucinations. Was excited to read this, but it sadly failed to meet expectations. My biggest beef is Molly?s characterisation. Awesome that she kicked Adrian?s butt when h...

    Horror comic collection about possession and hypnosis Adrian has nightmares of a horrific nature and his friend, Molly, suggests hypnosis. Regression therapy leads to some explanation but then we start to get murders as Adrian looks for solutions. With bloodshed, a body count and sex...

    BCDER: 35 Unlike other reviewers, I thought the artwork had an interesting and enjoyable style. I liked the panel layout in particular. I typically like horror and supernatural comics, but this first volume, especially the last two issues, didn?t interest me enough to read future ...

    Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 Total review score: 2.2 ...

    Interesting and gory graphic novel about past lives, hypnotism and a hive mind or possession...will have to read Vol. 2 to get the whole picture. ...

    i simultaneously did and didn't like the art in this, if that makes sense?? the body horror stuff was so good and spooky but also: how come no one is commenting on how blatantly the artist uses references this entire book is abt tom hiddleston getting regression hypnotherapy ...

    Another demonic possession book, only this one has more bugs and the demon is a ?past life? of his, which I hate. There are some horrible logic gaps in this and it spends far too much time repeating dream sequences with filler art. ...

    The art and imagery in this book are both amazing. I?m planning to read the next volume... But at the same time, I?m definitely hoping it?ll have some stronger unique characterization for the players here. I feel like I don?t really know them yet. That art though - dang!! :) ...

    If Cullen Bunn can do any wrong at this point, I'm unaware of it. This is a fun horror story involving hallucinations, reality-bending happenings, the occult, and just a lot of creepy, fun stuff. The art is great, the story solid, and I can't wait for the next volume. ...

  • Jayme
    Apr 15, 2018

    Haunted by waking nightmares and at his wits? end, Asian Tom Hiddleston-lookalike Adrian goes to see a past life regression hypnotist in an effort to find peace of mind. Except the session only opens the door for something wicked to enter our world? ! Though the premise reminded...

    Regression is a fictional story about Adrian who is having hallucinations or visions, and he seek help from his friend Molly who set him to meet a hypnotist. This hypnotist told him that what a better to way help him is through regression therapy or by using hypnosis to take a look at ...

    I read this because I am reading and liking very much Harrow County, the Southern gothic horror story about a rural town's "struggle" with demon possession, by Cullen Bunn and Tyler Crock, featuring Emmy, a strong girl main character, so I decided to take a look at this. It's not somet...

    Adrian Padilla has gory, macabre, sometimes deeply erotic hallucinations. He undergoes regressive hypnosis to figure them out. While the exact cause of his hallucinations is intentionally vague, the surrounding mystery and writing are pretty fantastic and the artwork is eerie and exqui...

    A man suffering from waking nightmares goes to a hypnotist for help. The hypnotist wakes a murderer from a past life during regression therapy and people start dying off. There's also some cult involved and a lot of body horror involving insects. I found the story uninteresting, too sl...

    Bunn really jumps right into the story, not providing a lot of background or preamble. It's not quite clear at the end of this volume exactly what is going on with our protagonist, Adrian, but I am definitely interested enough to keep reading the series. The epilogue for this collectio...

    A man struggling with waking nightmares undergoes past life regression which, to put it mildly, doesn't help. Bunn's dad was a hypnotist, he explains in an afterword, but I'm not sure how much that adds; the wider details of the story weren't what grabbed me here so much as the sheer h...

    The artwork on this is great -- SO gross when it's called for, and the character design is really nice. I'm not all-in on this series, although I'll check out the next installment. The first collection feels like a television pilot: all the elements are there, but it's not quite settle...

    ***1/2 Interesting read, promising start, hopefully heading the right way. ...

    Goodreads Synopsis: Plagued by ghastly waking nightmares, Adrian reluctantly agrees to past life regression hypnotherapy. As his consciousness is cast back through time, Adrian witnesses a scene of horrific debauchery and diabolism. Waking, he is more unsettled than before, and with g...

    This is an original review from Booked & Loaded Horror books are always subjective. So many times horror works - or don't work - based on your own fears. Sometimes, horror books touch on topics that make us uncomfortable and snag on our secret insecurities. Often, I feel how on...

    *First off, thanks to Image Comics for the ARC of Regression, Vol.1: Way Down Deep. I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review.* Adrian Padilla has some pretty terrifying, oft times erotic, hallucinations and nightmares on a daily basis and is pushed to get help by his fri...

    It?s a cool story. It?s only getting off the ground and was still building when the book ended on a cliffhanger. As a reader I didn?t get answers to any questions. Like,? what the hell is going on?? For example. Had I known I probably would have read volume 1 and 2 at the sam...

    Great art, colours less so, not much plot, strange insect murdery cult thing and similarly flavoured hallucinations. Was excited to read this, but it sadly failed to meet expectations. My biggest beef is Molly?s characterisation. Awesome that she kicked Adrian?s butt when h...

    Horror comic collection about possession and hypnosis Adrian has nightmares of a horrific nature and his friend, Molly, suggests hypnosis. Regression therapy leads to some explanation but then we start to get murders as Adrian looks for solutions. With bloodshed, a body count and sex...

    BCDER: 35 Unlike other reviewers, I thought the artwork had an interesting and enjoyable style. I liked the panel layout in particular. I typically like horror and supernatural comics, but this first volume, especially the last two issues, didn?t interest me enough to read future ...

    Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 Total review score: 2.2 ...

    Interesting and gory graphic novel about past lives, hypnotism and a hive mind or possession...will have to read Vol. 2 to get the whole picture. ...

    i simultaneously did and didn't like the art in this, if that makes sense?? the body horror stuff was so good and spooky but also: how come no one is commenting on how blatantly the artist uses references this entire book is abt tom hiddleston getting regression hypnotherapy ...

    Another demonic possession book, only this one has more bugs and the demon is a ?past life? of his, which I hate. There are some horrible logic gaps in this and it spends far too much time repeating dream sequences with filler art. ...

    The art and imagery in this book are both amazing. I?m planning to read the next volume... But at the same time, I?m definitely hoping it?ll have some stronger unique characterization for the players here. I feel like I don?t really know them yet. That art though - dang!! :) ...

    If Cullen Bunn can do any wrong at this point, I'm unaware of it. This is a fun horror story involving hallucinations, reality-bending happenings, the occult, and just a lot of creepy, fun stuff. The art is great, the story solid, and I can't wait for the next volume. ...

    2 1/2 stars. Interesting premise, but deducting half a star for bugs. ...

    I love the idea of past life regression and it makes a great horror theme, but like most horror graphic novels it rushes through the story leaving you wanting more. ...

  • Bruno
    Dec 29, 2017

    Haunted by waking nightmares and at his wits? end, Asian Tom Hiddleston-lookalike Adrian goes to see a past life regression hypnotist in an effort to find peace of mind. Except the session only opens the door for something wicked to enter our world? ! Though the premise reminded...

    Regression is a fictional story about Adrian who is having hallucinations or visions, and he seek help from his friend Molly who set him to meet a hypnotist. This hypnotist told him that what a better to way help him is through regression therapy or by using hypnosis to take a look at ...

    I read this because I am reading and liking very much Harrow County, the Southern gothic horror story about a rural town's "struggle" with demon possession, by Cullen Bunn and Tyler Crock, featuring Emmy, a strong girl main character, so I decided to take a look at this. It's not somet...

    Adrian Padilla has gory, macabre, sometimes deeply erotic hallucinations. He undergoes regressive hypnosis to figure them out. While the exact cause of his hallucinations is intentionally vague, the surrounding mystery and writing are pretty fantastic and the artwork is eerie and exqui...

    A man suffering from waking nightmares goes to a hypnotist for help. The hypnotist wakes a murderer from a past life during regression therapy and people start dying off. There's also some cult involved and a lot of body horror involving insects. I found the story uninteresting, too sl...

    Bunn really jumps right into the story, not providing a lot of background or preamble. It's not quite clear at the end of this volume exactly what is going on with our protagonist, Adrian, but I am definitely interested enough to keep reading the series. The epilogue for this collectio...

    A man struggling with waking nightmares undergoes past life regression which, to put it mildly, doesn't help. Bunn's dad was a hypnotist, he explains in an afterword, but I'm not sure how much that adds; the wider details of the story weren't what grabbed me here so much as the sheer h...

    The artwork on this is great -- SO gross when it's called for, and the character design is really nice. I'm not all-in on this series, although I'll check out the next installment. The first collection feels like a television pilot: all the elements are there, but it's not quite settle...

    ***1/2 Interesting read, promising start, hopefully heading the right way. ...

  • David Schaafsma
    Dec 30, 2017

    Haunted by waking nightmares and at his wits? end, Asian Tom Hiddleston-lookalike Adrian goes to see a past life regression hypnotist in an effort to find peace of mind. Except the session only opens the door for something wicked to enter our world? ! Though the premise reminded...

    Regression is a fictional story about Adrian who is having hallucinations or visions, and he seek help from his friend Molly who set him to meet a hypnotist. This hypnotist told him that what a better to way help him is through regression therapy or by using hypnosis to take a look at ...

    I read this because I am reading and liking very much Harrow County, the Southern gothic horror story about a rural town's "struggle" with demon possession, by Cullen Bunn and Tyler Crock, featuring Emmy, a strong girl main character, so I decided to take a look at this. It's not somet...

  • James
    May 08, 2018

    Haunted by waking nightmares and at his wits? end, Asian Tom Hiddleston-lookalike Adrian goes to see a past life regression hypnotist in an effort to find peace of mind. Except the session only opens the door for something wicked to enter our world? ! Though the premise reminded...

    Regression is a fictional story about Adrian who is having hallucinations or visions, and he seek help from his friend Molly who set him to meet a hypnotist. This hypnotist told him that what a better to way help him is through regression therapy or by using hypnosis to take a look at ...

    I read this because I am reading and liking very much Harrow County, the Southern gothic horror story about a rural town's "struggle" with demon possession, by Cullen Bunn and Tyler Crock, featuring Emmy, a strong girl main character, so I decided to take a look at this. It's not somet...

    Adrian Padilla has gory, macabre, sometimes deeply erotic hallucinations. He undergoes regressive hypnosis to figure them out. While the exact cause of his hallucinations is intentionally vague, the surrounding mystery and writing are pretty fantastic and the artwork is eerie and exqui...

    A man suffering from waking nightmares goes to a hypnotist for help. The hypnotist wakes a murderer from a past life during regression therapy and people start dying off. There's also some cult involved and a lot of body horror involving insects. I found the story uninteresting, too sl...

    Bunn really jumps right into the story, not providing a lot of background or preamble. It's not quite clear at the end of this volume exactly what is going on with our protagonist, Adrian, but I am definitely interested enough to keep reading the series. The epilogue for this collectio...

    A man struggling with waking nightmares undergoes past life regression which, to put it mildly, doesn't help. Bunn's dad was a hypnotist, he explains in an afterword, but I'm not sure how much that adds; the wider details of the story weren't what grabbed me here so much as the sheer h...

    The artwork on this is great -- SO gross when it's called for, and the character design is really nice. I'm not all-in on this series, although I'll check out the next installment. The first collection feels like a television pilot: all the elements are there, but it's not quite settle...

    ***1/2 Interesting read, promising start, hopefully heading the right way. ...

    Goodreads Synopsis: Plagued by ghastly waking nightmares, Adrian reluctantly agrees to past life regression hypnotherapy. As his consciousness is cast back through time, Adrian witnesses a scene of horrific debauchery and diabolism. Waking, he is more unsettled than before, and with g...

    This is an original review from Booked & Loaded Horror books are always subjective. So many times horror works - or don't work - based on your own fears. Sometimes, horror books touch on topics that make us uncomfortable and snag on our secret insecurities. Often, I feel how on...

    *First off, thanks to Image Comics for the ARC of Regression, Vol.1: Way Down Deep. I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review.* Adrian Padilla has some pretty terrifying, oft times erotic, hallucinations and nightmares on a daily basis and is pushed to get help by his fri...

    It?s a cool story. It?s only getting off the ground and was still building when the book ended on a cliffhanger. As a reader I didn?t get answers to any questions. Like,? what the hell is going on?? For example. Had I known I probably would have read volume 1 and 2 at the sam...

    Great art, colours less so, not much plot, strange insect murdery cult thing and similarly flavoured hallucinations. Was excited to read this, but it sadly failed to meet expectations. My biggest beef is Molly?s characterisation. Awesome that she kicked Adrian?s butt when h...

    Horror comic collection about possession and hypnosis Adrian has nightmares of a horrific nature and his friend, Molly, suggests hypnosis. Regression therapy leads to some explanation but then we start to get murders as Adrian looks for solutions. With bloodshed, a body count and sex...

    BCDER: 35 Unlike other reviewers, I thought the artwork had an interesting and enjoyable style. I liked the panel layout in particular. I typically like horror and supernatural comics, but this first volume, especially the last two issues, didn?t interest me enough to read future ...

    Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 Total review score: 2.2 ...

    Interesting and gory graphic novel about past lives, hypnotism and a hive mind or possession...will have to read Vol. 2 to get the whole picture. ...

    i simultaneously did and didn't like the art in this, if that makes sense?? the body horror stuff was so good and spooky but also: how come no one is commenting on how blatantly the artist uses references this entire book is abt tom hiddleston getting regression hypnotherapy ...

    Another demonic possession book, only this one has more bugs and the demon is a ?past life? of his, which I hate. There are some horrible logic gaps in this and it spends far too much time repeating dream sequences with filler art. ...

    The art and imagery in this book are both amazing. I?m planning to read the next volume... But at the same time, I?m definitely hoping it?ll have some stronger unique characterization for the players here. I feel like I don?t really know them yet. That art though - dang!! :) ...

    If Cullen Bunn can do any wrong at this point, I'm unaware of it. This is a fun horror story involving hallucinations, reality-bending happenings, the occult, and just a lot of creepy, fun stuff. The art is great, the story solid, and I can't wait for the next volume. ...

    2 1/2 stars. Interesting premise, but deducting half a star for bugs. ...

    I love the idea of past life regression and it makes a great horror theme, but like most horror graphic novels it rushes through the story leaving you wanting more. ...

    The premise has potential, but the drawn-out execution makes for a less-than-compelling read. The volume ends on a cliffhanger, but I don?t see myself coming back to find out more. ...

    Bugs always creep me out. And lesson #1 - never do a past life regression. ...

    Adrian is being plagued by horrific visions and dreams. When he sees a hypnotist to get help, his problems escalate. A creepy and promising start to a horror series. ...

  • Kirsten
    May 15, 2018

    Haunted by waking nightmares and at his wits? end, Asian Tom Hiddleston-lookalike Adrian goes to see a past life regression hypnotist in an effort to find peace of mind. Except the session only opens the door for something wicked to enter our world? ! Though the premise reminded...

    Regression is a fictional story about Adrian who is having hallucinations or visions, and he seek help from his friend Molly who set him to meet a hypnotist. This hypnotist told him that what a better to way help him is through regression therapy or by using hypnosis to take a look at ...

    I read this because I am reading and liking very much Harrow County, the Southern gothic horror story about a rural town's "struggle" with demon possession, by Cullen Bunn and Tyler Crock, featuring Emmy, a strong girl main character, so I decided to take a look at this. It's not somet...

    Adrian Padilla has gory, macabre, sometimes deeply erotic hallucinations. He undergoes regressive hypnosis to figure them out. While the exact cause of his hallucinations is intentionally vague, the surrounding mystery and writing are pretty fantastic and the artwork is eerie and exqui...

    A man suffering from waking nightmares goes to a hypnotist for help. The hypnotist wakes a murderer from a past life during regression therapy and people start dying off. There's also some cult involved and a lot of body horror involving insects. I found the story uninteresting, too sl...

    Bunn really jumps right into the story, not providing a lot of background or preamble. It's not quite clear at the end of this volume exactly what is going on with our protagonist, Adrian, but I am definitely interested enough to keep reading the series. The epilogue for this collectio...

    A man struggling with waking nightmares undergoes past life regression which, to put it mildly, doesn't help. Bunn's dad was a hypnotist, he explains in an afterword, but I'm not sure how much that adds; the wider details of the story weren't what grabbed me here so much as the sheer h...

    The artwork on this is great -- SO gross when it's called for, and the character design is really nice. I'm not all-in on this series, although I'll check out the next installment. The first collection feels like a television pilot: all the elements are there, but it's not quite settle...

  • Molly
    Nov 29, 2017

    Haunted by waking nightmares and at his wits? end, Asian Tom Hiddleston-lookalike Adrian goes to see a past life regression hypnotist in an effort to find peace of mind. Except the session only opens the door for something wicked to enter our world? ! Though the premise reminded...

    Regression is a fictional story about Adrian who is having hallucinations or visions, and he seek help from his friend Molly who set him to meet a hypnotist. This hypnotist told him that what a better to way help him is through regression therapy or by using hypnosis to take a look at ...

    I read this because I am reading and liking very much Harrow County, the Southern gothic horror story about a rural town's "struggle" with demon possession, by Cullen Bunn and Tyler Crock, featuring Emmy, a strong girl main character, so I decided to take a look at this. It's not somet...

    Adrian Padilla has gory, macabre, sometimes deeply erotic hallucinations. He undergoes regressive hypnosis to figure them out. While the exact cause of his hallucinations is intentionally vague, the surrounding mystery and writing are pretty fantastic and the artwork is eerie and exqui...

    A man suffering from waking nightmares goes to a hypnotist for help. The hypnotist wakes a murderer from a past life during regression therapy and people start dying off. There's also some cult involved and a lot of body horror involving insects. I found the story uninteresting, too sl...

    Bunn really jumps right into the story, not providing a lot of background or preamble. It's not quite clear at the end of this volume exactly what is going on with our protagonist, Adrian, but I am definitely interested enough to keep reading the series. The epilogue for this collectio...

  • Will
    Nov 27, 2017

    Haunted by waking nightmares and at his wits? end, Asian Tom Hiddleston-lookalike Adrian goes to see a past life regression hypnotist in an effort to find peace of mind. Except the session only opens the door for something wicked to enter our world? ! Though the premise reminded...

    Regression is a fictional story about Adrian who is having hallucinations or visions, and he seek help from his friend Molly who set him to meet a hypnotist. This hypnotist told him that what a better to way help him is through regression therapy or by using hypnosis to take a look at ...

    I read this because I am reading and liking very much Harrow County, the Southern gothic horror story about a rural town's "struggle" with demon possession, by Cullen Bunn and Tyler Crock, featuring Emmy, a strong girl main character, so I decided to take a look at this. It's not somet...

    Adrian Padilla has gory, macabre, sometimes deeply erotic hallucinations. He undergoes regressive hypnosis to figure them out. While the exact cause of his hallucinations is intentionally vague, the surrounding mystery and writing are pretty fantastic and the artwork is eerie and exqui...

    A man suffering from waking nightmares goes to a hypnotist for help. The hypnotist wakes a murderer from a past life during regression therapy and people start dying off. There's also some cult involved and a lot of body horror involving insects. I found the story uninteresting, too sl...

    Bunn really jumps right into the story, not providing a lot of background or preamble. It's not quite clear at the end of this volume exactly what is going on with our protagonist, Adrian, but I am definitely interested enough to keep reading the series. The epilogue for this collectio...

    A man struggling with waking nightmares undergoes past life regression which, to put it mildly, doesn't help. Bunn's dad was a hypnotist, he explains in an afterword, but I'm not sure how much that adds; the wider details of the story weren't what grabbed me here so much as the sheer h...

    The artwork on this is great -- SO gross when it's called for, and the character design is really nice. I'm not all-in on this series, although I'll check out the next installment. The first collection feels like a television pilot: all the elements are there, but it's not quite settle...

    ***1/2 Interesting read, promising start, hopefully heading the right way. ...

    Goodreads Synopsis: Plagued by ghastly waking nightmares, Adrian reluctantly agrees to past life regression hypnotherapy. As his consciousness is cast back through time, Adrian witnesses a scene of horrific debauchery and diabolism. Waking, he is more unsettled than before, and with g...

    This is an original review from Booked & Loaded Horror books are always subjective. So many times horror works - or don't work - based on your own fears. Sometimes, horror books touch on topics that make us uncomfortable and snag on our secret insecurities. Often, I feel how on...

    *First off, thanks to Image Comics for the ARC of Regression, Vol.1: Way Down Deep. I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review.* Adrian Padilla has some pretty terrifying, oft times erotic, hallucinations and nightmares on a daily basis and is pushed to get help by his fri...

    It?s a cool story. It?s only getting off the ground and was still building when the book ended on a cliffhanger. As a reader I didn?t get answers to any questions. Like,? what the hell is going on?? For example. Had I known I probably would have read volume 1 and 2 at the sam...

    Great art, colours less so, not much plot, strange insect murdery cult thing and similarly flavoured hallucinations. Was excited to read this, but it sadly failed to meet expectations. My biggest beef is Molly?s characterisation. Awesome that she kicked Adrian?s butt when h...

    Horror comic collection about possession and hypnosis Adrian has nightmares of a horrific nature and his friend, Molly, suggests hypnosis. Regression therapy leads to some explanation but then we start to get murders as Adrian looks for solutions. With bloodshed, a body count and sex...

    BCDER: 35 Unlike other reviewers, I thought the artwork had an interesting and enjoyable style. I liked the panel layout in particular. I typically like horror and supernatural comics, but this first volume, especially the last two issues, didn?t interest me enough to read future ...

    Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 Total review score: 2.2 ...

    Interesting and gory graphic novel about past lives, hypnotism and a hive mind or possession...will have to read Vol. 2 to get the whole picture. ...

    i simultaneously did and didn't like the art in this, if that makes sense?? the body horror stuff was so good and spooky but also: how come no one is commenting on how blatantly the artist uses references this entire book is abt tom hiddleston getting regression hypnotherapy ...

    Another demonic possession book, only this one has more bugs and the demon is a ?past life? of his, which I hate. There are some horrible logic gaps in this and it spends far too much time repeating dream sequences with filler art. ...

  • Angel Hench
    Nov 24, 2017

    Haunted by waking nightmares and at his wits? end, Asian Tom Hiddleston-lookalike Adrian goes to see a past life regression hypnotist in an effort to find peace of mind. Except the session only opens the door for something wicked to enter our world? ! Though the premise reminded...

    Regression is a fictional story about Adrian who is having hallucinations or visions, and he seek help from his friend Molly who set him to meet a hypnotist. This hypnotist told him that what a better to way help him is through regression therapy or by using hypnosis to take a look at ...

    I read this because I am reading and liking very much Harrow County, the Southern gothic horror story about a rural town's "struggle" with demon possession, by Cullen Bunn and Tyler Crock, featuring Emmy, a strong girl main character, so I decided to take a look at this. It's not somet...

    Adrian Padilla has gory, macabre, sometimes deeply erotic hallucinations. He undergoes regressive hypnosis to figure them out. While the exact cause of his hallucinations is intentionally vague, the surrounding mystery and writing are pretty fantastic and the artwork is eerie and exqui...

    A man suffering from waking nightmares goes to a hypnotist for help. The hypnotist wakes a murderer from a past life during regression therapy and people start dying off. There's also some cult involved and a lot of body horror involving insects. I found the story uninteresting, too sl...

    Bunn really jumps right into the story, not providing a lot of background or preamble. It's not quite clear at the end of this volume exactly what is going on with our protagonist, Adrian, but I am definitely interested enough to keep reading the series. The epilogue for this collectio...

    A man struggling with waking nightmares undergoes past life regression which, to put it mildly, doesn't help. Bunn's dad was a hypnotist, he explains in an afterword, but I'm not sure how much that adds; the wider details of the story weren't what grabbed me here so much as the sheer h...

    The artwork on this is great -- SO gross when it's called for, and the character design is really nice. I'm not all-in on this series, although I'll check out the next installment. The first collection feels like a television pilot: all the elements are there, but it's not quite settle...

    ***1/2 Interesting read, promising start, hopefully heading the right way. ...

    Goodreads Synopsis: Plagued by ghastly waking nightmares, Adrian reluctantly agrees to past life regression hypnotherapy. As his consciousness is cast back through time, Adrian witnesses a scene of horrific debauchery and diabolism. Waking, he is more unsettled than before, and with g...

    This is an original review from Booked & Loaded Horror books are always subjective. So many times horror works - or don't work - based on your own fears. Sometimes, horror books touch on topics that make us uncomfortable and snag on our secret insecurities. Often, I feel how on...

    *First off, thanks to Image Comics for the ARC of Regression, Vol.1: Way Down Deep. I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review.* Adrian Padilla has some pretty terrifying, oft times erotic, hallucinations and nightmares on a daily basis and is pushed to get help by his fri...

    It?s a cool story. It?s only getting off the ground and was still building when the book ended on a cliffhanger. As a reader I didn?t get answers to any questions. Like,? what the hell is going on?? For example. Had I known I probably would have read volume 1 and 2 at the sam...

    Great art, colours less so, not much plot, strange insect murdery cult thing and similarly flavoured hallucinations. Was excited to read this, but it sadly failed to meet expectations. My biggest beef is Molly?s characterisation. Awesome that she kicked Adrian?s butt when h...

    Horror comic collection about possession and hypnosis Adrian has nightmares of a horrific nature and his friend, Molly, suggests hypnosis. Regression therapy leads to some explanation but then we start to get murders as Adrian looks for solutions. With bloodshed, a body count and sex...

    BCDER: 35 Unlike other reviewers, I thought the artwork had an interesting and enjoyable style. I liked the panel layout in particular. I typically like horror and supernatural comics, but this first volume, especially the last two issues, didn?t interest me enough to read future ...

    Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 Total review score: 2.2 ...

    Interesting and gory graphic novel about past lives, hypnotism and a hive mind or possession...will have to read Vol. 2 to get the whole picture. ...

  • Shannon
    Jan 26, 2018

    Haunted by waking nightmares and at his wits? end, Asian Tom Hiddleston-lookalike Adrian goes to see a past life regression hypnotist in an effort to find peace of mind. Except the session only opens the door for something wicked to enter our world? ! Though the premise reminded...

    Regression is a fictional story about Adrian who is having hallucinations or visions, and he seek help from his friend Molly who set him to meet a hypnotist. This hypnotist told him that what a better to way help him is through regression therapy or by using hypnosis to take a look at ...

    I read this because I am reading and liking very much Harrow County, the Southern gothic horror story about a rural town's "struggle" with demon possession, by Cullen Bunn and Tyler Crock, featuring Emmy, a strong girl main character, so I decided to take a look at this. It's not somet...

    Adrian Padilla has gory, macabre, sometimes deeply erotic hallucinations. He undergoes regressive hypnosis to figure them out. While the exact cause of his hallucinations is intentionally vague, the surrounding mystery and writing are pretty fantastic and the artwork is eerie and exqui...

    A man suffering from waking nightmares goes to a hypnotist for help. The hypnotist wakes a murderer from a past life during regression therapy and people start dying off. There's also some cult involved and a lot of body horror involving insects. I found the story uninteresting, too sl...

    Bunn really jumps right into the story, not providing a lot of background or preamble. It's not quite clear at the end of this volume exactly what is going on with our protagonist, Adrian, but I am definitely interested enough to keep reading the series. The epilogue for this collectio...

    A man struggling with waking nightmares undergoes past life regression which, to put it mildly, doesn't help. Bunn's dad was a hypnotist, he explains in an afterword, but I'm not sure how much that adds; the wider details of the story weren't what grabbed me here so much as the sheer h...

    The artwork on this is great -- SO gross when it's called for, and the character design is really nice. I'm not all-in on this series, although I'll check out the next installment. The first collection feels like a television pilot: all the elements are there, but it's not quite settle...

    ***1/2 Interesting read, promising start, hopefully heading the right way. ...

    Goodreads Synopsis: Plagued by ghastly waking nightmares, Adrian reluctantly agrees to past life regression hypnotherapy. As his consciousness is cast back through time, Adrian witnesses a scene of horrific debauchery and diabolism. Waking, he is more unsettled than before, and with g...

    This is an original review from Booked & Loaded Horror books are always subjective. So many times horror works - or don't work - based on your own fears. Sometimes, horror books touch on topics that make us uncomfortable and snag on our secret insecurities. Often, I feel how on...

    *First off, thanks to Image Comics for the ARC of Regression, Vol.1: Way Down Deep. I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review.* Adrian Padilla has some pretty terrifying, oft times erotic, hallucinations and nightmares on a daily basis and is pushed to get help by his fri...

    It?s a cool story. It?s only getting off the ground and was still building when the book ended on a cliffhanger. As a reader I didn?t get answers to any questions. Like,? what the hell is going on?? For example. Had I known I probably would have read volume 1 and 2 at the sam...

    Great art, colours less so, not much plot, strange insect murdery cult thing and similarly flavoured hallucinations. Was excited to read this, but it sadly failed to meet expectations. My biggest beef is Molly?s characterisation. Awesome that she kicked Adrian?s butt when h...

    Horror comic collection about possession and hypnosis Adrian has nightmares of a horrific nature and his friend, Molly, suggests hypnosis. Regression therapy leads to some explanation but then we start to get murders as Adrian looks for solutions. With bloodshed, a body count and sex...

    BCDER: 35 Unlike other reviewers, I thought the artwork had an interesting and enjoyable style. I liked the panel layout in particular. I typically like horror and supernatural comics, but this first volume, especially the last two issues, didn?t interest me enough to read future ...

    Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 Total review score: 2.2 ...

  • Brian
    Mar 20, 2018

    Haunted by waking nightmares and at his wits? end, Asian Tom Hiddleston-lookalike Adrian goes to see a past life regression hypnotist in an effort to find peace of mind. Except the session only opens the door for something wicked to enter our world? ! Though the premise reminded...

    Regression is a fictional story about Adrian who is having hallucinations or visions, and he seek help from his friend Molly who set him to meet a hypnotist. This hypnotist told him that what a better to way help him is through regression therapy or by using hypnosis to take a look at ...

    I read this because I am reading and liking very much Harrow County, the Southern gothic horror story about a rural town's "struggle" with demon possession, by Cullen Bunn and Tyler Crock, featuring Emmy, a strong girl main character, so I decided to take a look at this. It's not somet...

    Adrian Padilla has gory, macabre, sometimes deeply erotic hallucinations. He undergoes regressive hypnosis to figure them out. While the exact cause of his hallucinations is intentionally vague, the surrounding mystery and writing are pretty fantastic and the artwork is eerie and exqui...

    A man suffering from waking nightmares goes to a hypnotist for help. The hypnotist wakes a murderer from a past life during regression therapy and people start dying off. There's also some cult involved and a lot of body horror involving insects. I found the story uninteresting, too sl...

    Bunn really jumps right into the story, not providing a lot of background or preamble. It's not quite clear at the end of this volume exactly what is going on with our protagonist, Adrian, but I am definitely interested enough to keep reading the series. The epilogue for this collectio...

    A man struggling with waking nightmares undergoes past life regression which, to put it mildly, doesn't help. Bunn's dad was a hypnotist, he explains in an afterword, but I'm not sure how much that adds; the wider details of the story weren't what grabbed me here so much as the sheer h...

    The artwork on this is great -- SO gross when it's called for, and the character design is really nice. I'm not all-in on this series, although I'll check out the next installment. The first collection feels like a television pilot: all the elements are there, but it's not quite settle...

    ***1/2 Interesting read, promising start, hopefully heading the right way. ...

    Goodreads Synopsis: Plagued by ghastly waking nightmares, Adrian reluctantly agrees to past life regression hypnotherapy. As his consciousness is cast back through time, Adrian witnesses a scene of horrific debauchery and diabolism. Waking, he is more unsettled than before, and with g...

    This is an original review from Booked & Loaded Horror books are always subjective. So many times horror works - or don't work - based on your own fears. Sometimes, horror books touch on topics that make us uncomfortable and snag on our secret insecurities. Often, I feel how on...

    *First off, thanks to Image Comics for the ARC of Regression, Vol.1: Way Down Deep. I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review.* Adrian Padilla has some pretty terrifying, oft times erotic, hallucinations and nightmares on a daily basis and is pushed to get help by his fri...

    It?s a cool story. It?s only getting off the ground and was still building when the book ended on a cliffhanger. As a reader I didn?t get answers to any questions. Like,? what the hell is going on?? For example. Had I known I probably would have read volume 1 and 2 at the sam...

    Great art, colours less so, not much plot, strange insect murdery cult thing and similarly flavoured hallucinations. Was excited to read this, but it sadly failed to meet expectations. My biggest beef is Molly?s characterisation. Awesome that she kicked Adrian?s butt when h...

    Horror comic collection about possession and hypnosis Adrian has nightmares of a horrific nature and his friend, Molly, suggests hypnosis. Regression therapy leads to some explanation but then we start to get murders as Adrian looks for solutions. With bloodshed, a body count and sex...

    BCDER: 35 Unlike other reviewers, I thought the artwork had an interesting and enjoyable style. I liked the panel layout in particular. I typically like horror and supernatural comics, but this first volume, especially the last two issues, didn?t interest me enough to read future ...

    Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 Total review score: 2.2 ...

    Interesting and gory graphic novel about past lives, hypnotism and a hive mind or possession...will have to read Vol. 2 to get the whole picture. ...

    i simultaneously did and didn't like the art in this, if that makes sense?? the body horror stuff was so good and spooky but also: how come no one is commenting on how blatantly the artist uses references this entire book is abt tom hiddleston getting regression hypnotherapy ...

    Another demonic possession book, only this one has more bugs and the demon is a ?past life? of his, which I hate. There are some horrible logic gaps in this and it spends far too much time repeating dream sequences with filler art. ...

    The art and imagery in this book are both amazing. I?m planning to read the next volume... But at the same time, I?m definitely hoping it?ll have some stronger unique characterization for the players here. I feel like I don?t really know them yet. That art though - dang!! :) ...

    If Cullen Bunn can do any wrong at this point, I'm unaware of it. This is a fun horror story involving hallucinations, reality-bending happenings, the occult, and just a lot of creepy, fun stuff. The art is great, the story solid, and I can't wait for the next volume. ...

    2 1/2 stars. Interesting premise, but deducting half a star for bugs. ...

    I love the idea of past life regression and it makes a great horror theme, but like most horror graphic novels it rushes through the story leaving you wanting more. ...

    The premise has potential, but the drawn-out execution makes for a less-than-compelling read. The volume ends on a cliffhanger, but I don?t see myself coming back to find out more. ...

    Bugs always creep me out. And lesson #1 - never do a past life regression. ...

    Adrian is being plagued by horrific visions and dreams. When he sees a hypnotist to get help, his problems escalate. A creepy and promising start to a horror series. ...

    DPL via hoopla. Just came out in Nov 2017. :( ...

    Another comic of a demon inhabiting someone but with excellent art. I don't know where this is going yet, but I like it so far. ...

  • Annie Slasher (Booked & Loaded)
    Nov 28, 2017

    Haunted by waking nightmares and at his wits? end, Asian Tom Hiddleston-lookalike Adrian goes to see a past life regression hypnotist in an effort to find peace of mind. Except the session only opens the door for something wicked to enter our world? ! Though the premise reminded...

    Regression is a fictional story about Adrian who is having hallucinations or visions, and he seek help from his friend Molly who set him to meet a hypnotist. This hypnotist told him that what a better to way help him is through regression therapy or by using hypnosis to take a look at ...

    I read this because I am reading and liking very much Harrow County, the Southern gothic horror story about a rural town's "struggle" with demon possession, by Cullen Bunn and Tyler Crock, featuring Emmy, a strong girl main character, so I decided to take a look at this. It's not somet...

    Adrian Padilla has gory, macabre, sometimes deeply erotic hallucinations. He undergoes regressive hypnosis to figure them out. While the exact cause of his hallucinations is intentionally vague, the surrounding mystery and writing are pretty fantastic and the artwork is eerie and exqui...

    A man suffering from waking nightmares goes to a hypnotist for help. The hypnotist wakes a murderer from a past life during regression therapy and people start dying off. There's also some cult involved and a lot of body horror involving insects. I found the story uninteresting, too sl...

    Bunn really jumps right into the story, not providing a lot of background or preamble. It's not quite clear at the end of this volume exactly what is going on with our protagonist, Adrian, but I am definitely interested enough to keep reading the series. The epilogue for this collectio...

    A man struggling with waking nightmares undergoes past life regression which, to put it mildly, doesn't help. Bunn's dad was a hypnotist, he explains in an afterword, but I'm not sure how much that adds; the wider details of the story weren't what grabbed me here so much as the sheer h...

    The artwork on this is great -- SO gross when it's called for, and the character design is really nice. I'm not all-in on this series, although I'll check out the next installment. The first collection feels like a television pilot: all the elements are there, but it's not quite settle...

    ***1/2 Interesting read, promising start, hopefully heading the right way. ...

    Goodreads Synopsis: Plagued by ghastly waking nightmares, Adrian reluctantly agrees to past life regression hypnotherapy. As his consciousness is cast back through time, Adrian witnesses a scene of horrific debauchery and diabolism. Waking, he is more unsettled than before, and with g...

    This is an original review from Booked & Loaded Horror books are always subjective. So many times horror works - or don't work - based on your own fears. Sometimes, horror books touch on topics that make us uncomfortable and snag on our secret insecurities. Often, I feel how on...

  • Mark
    Jan 03, 2018

    Haunted by waking nightmares and at his wits? end, Asian Tom Hiddleston-lookalike Adrian goes to see a past life regression hypnotist in an effort to find peace of mind. Except the session only opens the door for something wicked to enter our world? ! Though the premise reminded...

    Regression is a fictional story about Adrian who is having hallucinations or visions, and he seek help from his friend Molly who set him to meet a hypnotist. This hypnotist told him that what a better to way help him is through regression therapy or by using hypnosis to take a look at ...

    I read this because I am reading and liking very much Harrow County, the Southern gothic horror story about a rural town's "struggle" with demon possession, by Cullen Bunn and Tyler Crock, featuring Emmy, a strong girl main character, so I decided to take a look at this. It's not somet...

    Adrian Padilla has gory, macabre, sometimes deeply erotic hallucinations. He undergoes regressive hypnosis to figure them out. While the exact cause of his hallucinations is intentionally vague, the surrounding mystery and writing are pretty fantastic and the artwork is eerie and exqui...

    A man suffering from waking nightmares goes to a hypnotist for help. The hypnotist wakes a murderer from a past life during regression therapy and people start dying off. There's also some cult involved and a lot of body horror involving insects. I found the story uninteresting, too sl...

    Bunn really jumps right into the story, not providing a lot of background or preamble. It's not quite clear at the end of this volume exactly what is going on with our protagonist, Adrian, but I am definitely interested enough to keep reading the series. The epilogue for this collectio...

    A man struggling with waking nightmares undergoes past life regression which, to put it mildly, doesn't help. Bunn's dad was a hypnotist, he explains in an afterword, but I'm not sure how much that adds; the wider details of the story weren't what grabbed me here so much as the sheer h...

    The artwork on this is great -- SO gross when it's called for, and the character design is really nice. I'm not all-in on this series, although I'll check out the next installment. The first collection feels like a television pilot: all the elements are there, but it's not quite settle...

    ***1/2 Interesting read, promising start, hopefully heading the right way. ...

    Goodreads Synopsis: Plagued by ghastly waking nightmares, Adrian reluctantly agrees to past life regression hypnotherapy. As his consciousness is cast back through time, Adrian witnesses a scene of horrific debauchery and diabolism. Waking, he is more unsettled than before, and with g...

    This is an original review from Booked & Loaded Horror books are always subjective. So many times horror works - or don't work - based on your own fears. Sometimes, horror books touch on topics that make us uncomfortable and snag on our secret insecurities. Often, I feel how on...

    *First off, thanks to Image Comics for the ARC of Regression, Vol.1: Way Down Deep. I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review.* Adrian Padilla has some pretty terrifying, oft times erotic, hallucinations and nightmares on a daily basis and is pushed to get help by his fri...

    It?s a cool story. It?s only getting off the ground and was still building when the book ended on a cliffhanger. As a reader I didn?t get answers to any questions. Like,? what the hell is going on?? For example. Had I known I probably would have read volume 1 and 2 at the sam...

    Great art, colours less so, not much plot, strange insect murdery cult thing and similarly flavoured hallucinations. Was excited to read this, but it sadly failed to meet expectations. My biggest beef is Molly?s characterisation. Awesome that she kicked Adrian?s butt when h...

    Horror comic collection about possession and hypnosis Adrian has nightmares of a horrific nature and his friend, Molly, suggests hypnosis. Regression therapy leads to some explanation but then we start to get murders as Adrian looks for solutions. With bloodshed, a body count and sex...

    BCDER: 35 Unlike other reviewers, I thought the artwork had an interesting and enjoyable style. I liked the panel layout in particular. I typically like horror and supernatural comics, but this first volume, especially the last two issues, didn?t interest me enough to read future ...

    Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 Total review score: 2.2 ...

    Interesting and gory graphic novel about past lives, hypnotism and a hive mind or possession...will have to read Vol. 2 to get the whole picture. ...

    i simultaneously did and didn't like the art in this, if that makes sense?? the body horror stuff was so good and spooky but also: how come no one is commenting on how blatantly the artist uses references this entire book is abt tom hiddleston getting regression hypnotherapy ...

    Another demonic possession book, only this one has more bugs and the demon is a ?past life? of his, which I hate. There are some horrible logic gaps in this and it spends far too much time repeating dream sequences with filler art. ...

    The art and imagery in this book are both amazing. I?m planning to read the next volume... But at the same time, I?m definitely hoping it?ll have some stronger unique characterization for the players here. I feel like I don?t really know them yet. That art though - dang!! :) ...

    If Cullen Bunn can do any wrong at this point, I'm unaware of it. This is a fun horror story involving hallucinations, reality-bending happenings, the occult, and just a lot of creepy, fun stuff. The art is great, the story solid, and I can't wait for the next volume. ...

    2 1/2 stars. Interesting premise, but deducting half a star for bugs. ...

    I love the idea of past life regression and it makes a great horror theme, but like most horror graphic novels it rushes through the story leaving you wanting more. ...

    The premise has potential, but the drawn-out execution makes for a less-than-compelling read. The volume ends on a cliffhanger, but I don?t see myself coming back to find out more. ...

    Bugs always creep me out. And lesson #1 - never do a past life regression. ...

    Adrian is being plagued by horrific visions and dreams. When he sees a hypnotist to get help, his problems escalate. A creepy and promising start to a horror series. ...

    DPL via hoopla. Just came out in Nov 2017. :( ...

  • Sam Quixote
    Nov 08, 2017

    Haunted by waking nightmares and at his wits? end, Asian Tom Hiddleston-lookalike Adrian goes to see a past life regression hypnotist in an effort to find peace of mind. Except the session only opens the door for something wicked to enter our world? ! Though the premise reminded...

  • -RadioActiveBookWorm-
    Nov 15, 2017

    Haunted by waking nightmares and at his wits? end, Asian Tom Hiddleston-lookalike Adrian goes to see a past life regression hypnotist in an effort to find peace of mind. Except the session only opens the door for something wicked to enter our world? ! Though the premise reminded...

    Regression is a fictional story about Adrian who is having hallucinations or visions, and he seek help from his friend Molly who set him to meet a hypnotist. This hypnotist told him that what a better to way help him is through regression therapy or by using hypnosis to take a look at ...

    I read this because I am reading and liking very much Harrow County, the Southern gothic horror story about a rural town's "struggle" with demon possession, by Cullen Bunn and Tyler Crock, featuring Emmy, a strong girl main character, so I decided to take a look at this. It's not somet...

    Adrian Padilla has gory, macabre, sometimes deeply erotic hallucinations. He undergoes regressive hypnosis to figure them out. While the exact cause of his hallucinations is intentionally vague, the surrounding mystery and writing are pretty fantastic and the artwork is eerie and exqui...

    A man suffering from waking nightmares goes to a hypnotist for help. The hypnotist wakes a murderer from a past life during regression therapy and people start dying off. There's also some cult involved and a lot of body horror involving insects. I found the story uninteresting, too sl...

    Bunn really jumps right into the story, not providing a lot of background or preamble. It's not quite clear at the end of this volume exactly what is going on with our protagonist, Adrian, but I am definitely interested enough to keep reading the series. The epilogue for this collectio...

    A man struggling with waking nightmares undergoes past life regression which, to put it mildly, doesn't help. Bunn's dad was a hypnotist, he explains in an afterword, but I'm not sure how much that adds; the wider details of the story weren't what grabbed me here so much as the sheer h...

    The artwork on this is great -- SO gross when it's called for, and the character design is really nice. I'm not all-in on this series, although I'll check out the next installment. The first collection feels like a television pilot: all the elements are there, but it's not quite settle...

    ***1/2 Interesting read, promising start, hopefully heading the right way. ...

    Goodreads Synopsis: Plagued by ghastly waking nightmares, Adrian reluctantly agrees to past life regression hypnotherapy. As his consciousness is cast back through time, Adrian witnesses a scene of horrific debauchery and diabolism. Waking, he is more unsettled than before, and with g...

  • Alex Sarll
    Nov 05, 2017

    Haunted by waking nightmares and at his wits? end, Asian Tom Hiddleston-lookalike Adrian goes to see a past life regression hypnotist in an effort to find peace of mind. Except the session only opens the door for something wicked to enter our world? ! Though the premise reminded...

    Regression is a fictional story about Adrian who is having hallucinations or visions, and he seek help from his friend Molly who set him to meet a hypnotist. This hypnotist told him that what a better to way help him is through regression therapy or by using hypnosis to take a look at ...

    I read this because I am reading and liking very much Harrow County, the Southern gothic horror story about a rural town's "struggle" with demon possession, by Cullen Bunn and Tyler Crock, featuring Emmy, a strong girl main character, so I decided to take a look at this. It's not somet...

    Adrian Padilla has gory, macabre, sometimes deeply erotic hallucinations. He undergoes regressive hypnosis to figure them out. While the exact cause of his hallucinations is intentionally vague, the surrounding mystery and writing are pretty fantastic and the artwork is eerie and exqui...

    A man suffering from waking nightmares goes to a hypnotist for help. The hypnotist wakes a murderer from a past life during regression therapy and people start dying off. There's also some cult involved and a lot of body horror involving insects. I found the story uninteresting, too sl...

    Bunn really jumps right into the story, not providing a lot of background or preamble. It's not quite clear at the end of this volume exactly what is going on with our protagonist, Adrian, but I am definitely interested enough to keep reading the series. The epilogue for this collectio...

    A man struggling with waking nightmares undergoes past life regression which, to put it mildly, doesn't help. Bunn's dad was a hypnotist, he explains in an afterword, but I'm not sure how much that adds; the wider details of the story weren't what grabbed me here so much as the sheer h...

  • Lora
    Feb 06, 2018

    Haunted by waking nightmares and at his wits? end, Asian Tom Hiddleston-lookalike Adrian goes to see a past life regression hypnotist in an effort to find peace of mind. Except the session only opens the door for something wicked to enter our world? ! Though the premise reminded...

    Regression is a fictional story about Adrian who is having hallucinations or visions, and he seek help from his friend Molly who set him to meet a hypnotist. This hypnotist told him that what a better to way help him is through regression therapy or by using hypnosis to take a look at ...

    I read this because I am reading and liking very much Harrow County, the Southern gothic horror story about a rural town's "struggle" with demon possession, by Cullen Bunn and Tyler Crock, featuring Emmy, a strong girl main character, so I decided to take a look at this. It's not somet...

    Adrian Padilla has gory, macabre, sometimes deeply erotic hallucinations. He undergoes regressive hypnosis to figure them out. While the exact cause of his hallucinations is intentionally vague, the surrounding mystery and writing are pretty fantastic and the artwork is eerie and exqui...

    A man suffering from waking nightmares goes to a hypnotist for help. The hypnotist wakes a murderer from a past life during regression therapy and people start dying off. There's also some cult involved and a lot of body horror involving insects. I found the story uninteresting, too sl...

    Bunn really jumps right into the story, not providing a lot of background or preamble. It's not quite clear at the end of this volume exactly what is going on with our protagonist, Adrian, but I am definitely interested enough to keep reading the series. The epilogue for this collectio...

    A man struggling with waking nightmares undergoes past life regression which, to put it mildly, doesn't help. Bunn's dad was a hypnotist, he explains in an afterword, but I'm not sure how much that adds; the wider details of the story weren't what grabbed me here so much as the sheer h...

    The artwork on this is great -- SO gross when it's called for, and the character design is really nice. I'm not all-in on this series, although I'll check out the next installment. The first collection feels like a television pilot: all the elements are there, but it's not quite settle...

    ***1/2 Interesting read, promising start, hopefully heading the right way. ...

    Goodreads Synopsis: Plagued by ghastly waking nightmares, Adrian reluctantly agrees to past life regression hypnotherapy. As his consciousness is cast back through time, Adrian witnesses a scene of horrific debauchery and diabolism. Waking, he is more unsettled than before, and with g...

    This is an original review from Booked & Loaded Horror books are always subjective. So many times horror works - or don't work - based on your own fears. Sometimes, horror books touch on topics that make us uncomfortable and snag on our secret insecurities. Often, I feel how on...

    *First off, thanks to Image Comics for the ARC of Regression, Vol.1: Way Down Deep. I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review.* Adrian Padilla has some pretty terrifying, oft times erotic, hallucinations and nightmares on a daily basis and is pushed to get help by his fri...

    It?s a cool story. It?s only getting off the ground and was still building when the book ended on a cliffhanger. As a reader I didn?t get answers to any questions. Like,? what the hell is going on?? For example. Had I known I probably would have read volume 1 and 2 at the sam...

    Great art, colours less so, not much plot, strange insect murdery cult thing and similarly flavoured hallucinations. Was excited to read this, but it sadly failed to meet expectations. My biggest beef is Molly?s characterisation. Awesome that she kicked Adrian?s butt when h...

    Horror comic collection about possession and hypnosis Adrian has nightmares of a horrific nature and his friend, Molly, suggests hypnosis. Regression therapy leads to some explanation but then we start to get murders as Adrian looks for solutions. With bloodshed, a body count and sex...

    BCDER: 35 Unlike other reviewers, I thought the artwork had an interesting and enjoyable style. I liked the panel layout in particular. I typically like horror and supernatural comics, but this first volume, especially the last two issues, didn?t interest me enough to read future ...

    Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 Total review score: 2.2 ...

    Interesting and gory graphic novel about past lives, hypnotism and a hive mind or possession...will have to read Vol. 2 to get the whole picture. ...

    i simultaneously did and didn't like the art in this, if that makes sense?? the body horror stuff was so good and spooky but also: how come no one is commenting on how blatantly the artist uses references this entire book is abt tom hiddleston getting regression hypnotherapy ...

    Another demonic possession book, only this one has more bugs and the demon is a ?past life? of his, which I hate. There are some horrible logic gaps in this and it spends far too much time repeating dream sequences with filler art. ...

    The art and imagery in this book are both amazing. I?m planning to read the next volume... But at the same time, I?m definitely hoping it?ll have some stronger unique characterization for the players here. I feel like I don?t really know them yet. That art though - dang!! :) ...

    If Cullen Bunn can do any wrong at this point, I'm unaware of it. This is a fun horror story involving hallucinations, reality-bending happenings, the occult, and just a lot of creepy, fun stuff. The art is great, the story solid, and I can't wait for the next volume. ...

    2 1/2 stars. Interesting premise, but deducting half a star for bugs. ...

    I love the idea of past life regression and it makes a great horror theme, but like most horror graphic novels it rushes through the story leaving you wanting more. ...

    The premise has potential, but the drawn-out execution makes for a less-than-compelling read. The volume ends on a cliffhanger, but I don?t see myself coming back to find out more. ...

    Bugs always creep me out. And lesson #1 - never do a past life regression. ...

  • Kate
    Feb 03, 2018

    Haunted by waking nightmares and at his wits? end, Asian Tom Hiddleston-lookalike Adrian goes to see a past life regression hypnotist in an effort to find peace of mind. Except the session only opens the door for something wicked to enter our world? ! Though the premise reminded...

    Regression is a fictional story about Adrian who is having hallucinations or visions, and he seek help from his friend Molly who set him to meet a hypnotist. This hypnotist told him that what a better to way help him is through regression therapy or by using hypnosis to take a look at ...

    I read this because I am reading and liking very much Harrow County, the Southern gothic horror story about a rural town's "struggle" with demon possession, by Cullen Bunn and Tyler Crock, featuring Emmy, a strong girl main character, so I decided to take a look at this. It's not somet...

    Adrian Padilla has gory, macabre, sometimes deeply erotic hallucinations. He undergoes regressive hypnosis to figure them out. While the exact cause of his hallucinations is intentionally vague, the surrounding mystery and writing are pretty fantastic and the artwork is eerie and exqui...

    A man suffering from waking nightmares goes to a hypnotist for help. The hypnotist wakes a murderer from a past life during regression therapy and people start dying off. There's also some cult involved and a lot of body horror involving insects. I found the story uninteresting, too sl...

    Bunn really jumps right into the story, not providing a lot of background or preamble. It's not quite clear at the end of this volume exactly what is going on with our protagonist, Adrian, but I am definitely interested enough to keep reading the series. The epilogue for this collectio...

    A man struggling with waking nightmares undergoes past life regression which, to put it mildly, doesn't help. Bunn's dad was a hypnotist, he explains in an afterword, but I'm not sure how much that adds; the wider details of the story weren't what grabbed me here so much as the sheer h...

    The artwork on this is great -- SO gross when it's called for, and the character design is really nice. I'm not all-in on this series, although I'll check out the next installment. The first collection feels like a television pilot: all the elements are there, but it's not quite settle...

    ***1/2 Interesting read, promising start, hopefully heading the right way. ...

    Goodreads Synopsis: Plagued by ghastly waking nightmares, Adrian reluctantly agrees to past life regression hypnotherapy. As his consciousness is cast back through time, Adrian witnesses a scene of horrific debauchery and diabolism. Waking, he is more unsettled than before, and with g...

    This is an original review from Booked & Loaded Horror books are always subjective. So many times horror works - or don't work - based on your own fears. Sometimes, horror books touch on topics that make us uncomfortable and snag on our secret insecurities. Often, I feel how on...

    *First off, thanks to Image Comics for the ARC of Regression, Vol.1: Way Down Deep. I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review.* Adrian Padilla has some pretty terrifying, oft times erotic, hallucinations and nightmares on a daily basis and is pushed to get help by his fri...

    It?s a cool story. It?s only getting off the ground and was still building when the book ended on a cliffhanger. As a reader I didn?t get answers to any questions. Like,? what the hell is going on?? For example. Had I known I probably would have read volume 1 and 2 at the sam...

    Great art, colours less so, not much plot, strange insect murdery cult thing and similarly flavoured hallucinations. Was excited to read this, but it sadly failed to meet expectations. My biggest beef is Molly?s characterisation. Awesome that she kicked Adrian?s butt when h...

    Horror comic collection about possession and hypnosis Adrian has nightmares of a horrific nature and his friend, Molly, suggests hypnosis. Regression therapy leads to some explanation but then we start to get murders as Adrian looks for solutions. With bloodshed, a body count and sex...

    BCDER: 35 Unlike other reviewers, I thought the artwork had an interesting and enjoyable style. I liked the panel layout in particular. I typically like horror and supernatural comics, but this first volume, especially the last two issues, didn?t interest me enough to read future ...

    Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 Total review score: 2.2 ...

    Interesting and gory graphic novel about past lives, hypnotism and a hive mind or possession...will have to read Vol. 2 to get the whole picture. ...

    i simultaneously did and didn't like the art in this, if that makes sense?? the body horror stuff was so good and spooky but also: how come no one is commenting on how blatantly the artist uses references this entire book is abt tom hiddleston getting regression hypnotherapy ...

    Another demonic possession book, only this one has more bugs and the demon is a ?past life? of his, which I hate. There are some horrible logic gaps in this and it spends far too much time repeating dream sequences with filler art. ...

    The art and imagery in this book are both amazing. I?m planning to read the next volume... But at the same time, I?m definitely hoping it?ll have some stronger unique characterization for the players here. I feel like I don?t really know them yet. That art though - dang!! :) ...

  • [Shai] The Bibliophage
    Dec 13, 2017

    Haunted by waking nightmares and at his wits? end, Asian Tom Hiddleston-lookalike Adrian goes to see a past life regression hypnotist in an effort to find peace of mind. Except the session only opens the door for something wicked to enter our world? ! Though the premise reminded...

    Regression is a fictional story about Adrian who is having hallucinations or visions, and he seek help from his friend Molly who set him to meet a hypnotist. This hypnotist told him that what a better to way help him is through regression therapy or by using hypnosis to take a look at ...

  • Jennifer
    Mar 18, 2018

    Haunted by waking nightmares and at his wits? end, Asian Tom Hiddleston-lookalike Adrian goes to see a past life regression hypnotist in an effort to find peace of mind. Except the session only opens the door for something wicked to enter our world? ! Though the premise reminded...

    Regression is a fictional story about Adrian who is having hallucinations or visions, and he seek help from his friend Molly who set him to meet a hypnotist. This hypnotist told him that what a better to way help him is through regression therapy or by using hypnosis to take a look at ...

    I read this because I am reading and liking very much Harrow County, the Southern gothic horror story about a rural town's "struggle" with demon possession, by Cullen Bunn and Tyler Crock, featuring Emmy, a strong girl main character, so I decided to take a look at this. It's not somet...

    Adrian Padilla has gory, macabre, sometimes deeply erotic hallucinations. He undergoes regressive hypnosis to figure them out. While the exact cause of his hallucinations is intentionally vague, the surrounding mystery and writing are pretty fantastic and the artwork is eerie and exqui...

    A man suffering from waking nightmares goes to a hypnotist for help. The hypnotist wakes a murderer from a past life during regression therapy and people start dying off. There's also some cult involved and a lot of body horror involving insects. I found the story uninteresting, too sl...

    Bunn really jumps right into the story, not providing a lot of background or preamble. It's not quite clear at the end of this volume exactly what is going on with our protagonist, Adrian, but I am definitely interested enough to keep reading the series. The epilogue for this collectio...

    A man struggling with waking nightmares undergoes past life regression which, to put it mildly, doesn't help. Bunn's dad was a hypnotist, he explains in an afterword, but I'm not sure how much that adds; the wider details of the story weren't what grabbed me here so much as the sheer h...

    The artwork on this is great -- SO gross when it's called for, and the character design is really nice. I'm not all-in on this series, although I'll check out the next installment. The first collection feels like a television pilot: all the elements are there, but it's not quite settle...

    ***1/2 Interesting read, promising start, hopefully heading the right way. ...

    Goodreads Synopsis: Plagued by ghastly waking nightmares, Adrian reluctantly agrees to past life regression hypnotherapy. As his consciousness is cast back through time, Adrian witnesses a scene of horrific debauchery and diabolism. Waking, he is more unsettled than before, and with g...

    This is an original review from Booked & Loaded Horror books are always subjective. So many times horror works - or don't work - based on your own fears. Sometimes, horror books touch on topics that make us uncomfortable and snag on our secret insecurities. Often, I feel how on...

    *First off, thanks to Image Comics for the ARC of Regression, Vol.1: Way Down Deep. I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review.* Adrian Padilla has some pretty terrifying, oft times erotic, hallucinations and nightmares on a daily basis and is pushed to get help by his fri...

    It?s a cool story. It?s only getting off the ground and was still building when the book ended on a cliffhanger. As a reader I didn?t get answers to any questions. Like,? what the hell is going on?? For example. Had I known I probably would have read volume 1 and 2 at the sam...

    Great art, colours less so, not much plot, strange insect murdery cult thing and similarly flavoured hallucinations. Was excited to read this, but it sadly failed to meet expectations. My biggest beef is Molly?s characterisation. Awesome that she kicked Adrian?s butt when h...

    Horror comic collection about possession and hypnosis Adrian has nightmares of a horrific nature and his friend, Molly, suggests hypnosis. Regression therapy leads to some explanation but then we start to get murders as Adrian looks for solutions. With bloodshed, a body count and sex...

    BCDER: 35 Unlike other reviewers, I thought the artwork had an interesting and enjoyable style. I liked the panel layout in particular. I typically like horror and supernatural comics, but this first volume, especially the last two issues, didn?t interest me enough to read future ...

    Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 Total review score: 2.2 ...

    Interesting and gory graphic novel about past lives, hypnotism and a hive mind or possession...will have to read Vol. 2 to get the whole picture. ...

    i simultaneously did and didn't like the art in this, if that makes sense?? the body horror stuff was so good and spooky but also: how come no one is commenting on how blatantly the artist uses references this entire book is abt tom hiddleston getting regression hypnotherapy ...

    Another demonic possession book, only this one has more bugs and the demon is a ?past life? of his, which I hate. There are some horrible logic gaps in this and it spends far too much time repeating dream sequences with filler art. ...

    The art and imagery in this book are both amazing. I?m planning to read the next volume... But at the same time, I?m definitely hoping it?ll have some stronger unique characterization for the players here. I feel like I don?t really know them yet. That art though - dang!! :) ...

    If Cullen Bunn can do any wrong at this point, I'm unaware of it. This is a fun horror story involving hallucinations, reality-bending happenings, the occult, and just a lot of creepy, fun stuff. The art is great, the story solid, and I can't wait for the next volume. ...

    2 1/2 stars. Interesting premise, but deducting half a star for bugs. ...

  • Arra Abella
    Dec 17, 2017

    Haunted by waking nightmares and at his wits? end, Asian Tom Hiddleston-lookalike Adrian goes to see a past life regression hypnotist in an effort to find peace of mind. Except the session only opens the door for something wicked to enter our world? ! Though the premise reminded...

    Regression is a fictional story about Adrian who is having hallucinations or visions, and he seek help from his friend Molly who set him to meet a hypnotist. This hypnotist told him that what a better to way help him is through regression therapy or by using hypnosis to take a look at ...

    I read this because I am reading and liking very much Harrow County, the Southern gothic horror story about a rural town's "struggle" with demon possession, by Cullen Bunn and Tyler Crock, featuring Emmy, a strong girl main character, so I decided to take a look at this. It's not somet...

    Adrian Padilla has gory, macabre, sometimes deeply erotic hallucinations. He undergoes regressive hypnosis to figure them out. While the exact cause of his hallucinations is intentionally vague, the surrounding mystery and writing are pretty fantastic and the artwork is eerie and exqui...

    A man suffering from waking nightmares goes to a hypnotist for help. The hypnotist wakes a murderer from a past life during regression therapy and people start dying off. There's also some cult involved and a lot of body horror involving insects. I found the story uninteresting, too sl...

    Bunn really jumps right into the story, not providing a lot of background or preamble. It's not quite clear at the end of this volume exactly what is going on with our protagonist, Adrian, but I am definitely interested enough to keep reading the series. The epilogue for this collectio...

    A man struggling with waking nightmares undergoes past life regression which, to put it mildly, doesn't help. Bunn's dad was a hypnotist, he explains in an afterword, but I'm not sure how much that adds; the wider details of the story weren't what grabbed me here so much as the sheer h...

    The artwork on this is great -- SO gross when it's called for, and the character design is really nice. I'm not all-in on this series, although I'll check out the next installment. The first collection feels like a television pilot: all the elements are there, but it's not quite settle...

    ***1/2 Interesting read, promising start, hopefully heading the right way. ...

    Goodreads Synopsis: Plagued by ghastly waking nightmares, Adrian reluctantly agrees to past life regression hypnotherapy. As his consciousness is cast back through time, Adrian witnesses a scene of horrific debauchery and diabolism. Waking, he is more unsettled than before, and with g...

    This is an original review from Booked & Loaded Horror books are always subjective. So many times horror works - or don't work - based on your own fears. Sometimes, horror books touch on topics that make us uncomfortable and snag on our secret insecurities. Often, I feel how on...

    *First off, thanks to Image Comics for the ARC of Regression, Vol.1: Way Down Deep. I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review.* Adrian Padilla has some pretty terrifying, oft times erotic, hallucinations and nightmares on a daily basis and is pushed to get help by his fri...

    It?s a cool story. It?s only getting off the ground and was still building when the book ended on a cliffhanger. As a reader I didn?t get answers to any questions. Like,? what the hell is going on?? For example. Had I known I probably would have read volume 1 and 2 at the sam...

    Great art, colours less so, not much plot, strange insect murdery cult thing and similarly flavoured hallucinations. Was excited to read this, but it sadly failed to meet expectations. My biggest beef is Molly?s characterisation. Awesome that she kicked Adrian?s butt when h...

    Horror comic collection about possession and hypnosis Adrian has nightmares of a horrific nature and his friend, Molly, suggests hypnosis. Regression therapy leads to some explanation but then we start to get murders as Adrian looks for solutions. With bloodshed, a body count and sex...

    BCDER: 35 Unlike other reviewers, I thought the artwork had an interesting and enjoyable style. I liked the panel layout in particular. I typically like horror and supernatural comics, but this first volume, especially the last two issues, didn?t interest me enough to read future ...

    Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 Total review score: 2.2 ...

    Interesting and gory graphic novel about past lives, hypnotism and a hive mind or possession...will have to read Vol. 2 to get the whole picture. ...

    i simultaneously did and didn't like the art in this, if that makes sense?? the body horror stuff was so good and spooky but also: how come no one is commenting on how blatantly the artist uses references this entire book is abt tom hiddleston getting regression hypnotherapy ...

    Another demonic possession book, only this one has more bugs and the demon is a ?past life? of his, which I hate. There are some horrible logic gaps in this and it spends far too much time repeating dream sequences with filler art. ...

    The art and imagery in this book are both amazing. I?m planning to read the next volume... But at the same time, I?m definitely hoping it?ll have some stronger unique characterization for the players here. I feel like I don?t really know them yet. That art though - dang!! :) ...

    If Cullen Bunn can do any wrong at this point, I'm unaware of it. This is a fun horror story involving hallucinations, reality-bending happenings, the occult, and just a lot of creepy, fun stuff. The art is great, the story solid, and I can't wait for the next volume. ...

    2 1/2 stars. Interesting premise, but deducting half a star for bugs. ...

    I love the idea of past life regression and it makes a great horror theme, but like most horror graphic novels it rushes through the story leaving you wanting more. ...

    The premise has potential, but the drawn-out execution makes for a less-than-compelling read. The volume ends on a cliffhanger, but I don?t see myself coming back to find out more. ...

    Bugs always creep me out. And lesson #1 - never do a past life regression. ...

    Adrian is being plagued by horrific visions and dreams. When he sees a hypnotist to get help, his problems escalate. A creepy and promising start to a horror series. ...

    DPL via hoopla. Just came out in Nov 2017. :( ...

    Another comic of a demon inhabiting someone but with excellent art. I don't know where this is going yet, but I like it so far. ...

    Tell me not to read this kind of comic or graphic novel in public. It was gruesomely written and illustrated. It was such a dark story that I can?t help but cringe while reading. Regression, basically, depicted how we battle with our demons everyday. Some handles it well but most ...

  • Maruko
    Dec 10, 2017

    Haunted by waking nightmares and at his wits? end, Asian Tom Hiddleston-lookalike Adrian goes to see a past life regression hypnotist in an effort to find peace of mind. Except the session only opens the door for something wicked to enter our world? ! Though the premise reminded...

    Regression is a fictional story about Adrian who is having hallucinations or visions, and he seek help from his friend Molly who set him to meet a hypnotist. This hypnotist told him that what a better to way help him is through regression therapy or by using hypnosis to take a look at ...

    I read this because I am reading and liking very much Harrow County, the Southern gothic horror story about a rural town's "struggle" with demon possession, by Cullen Bunn and Tyler Crock, featuring Emmy, a strong girl main character, so I decided to take a look at this. It's not somet...

    Adrian Padilla has gory, macabre, sometimes deeply erotic hallucinations. He undergoes regressive hypnosis to figure them out. While the exact cause of his hallucinations is intentionally vague, the surrounding mystery and writing are pretty fantastic and the artwork is eerie and exqui...

    A man suffering from waking nightmares goes to a hypnotist for help. The hypnotist wakes a murderer from a past life during regression therapy and people start dying off. There's also some cult involved and a lot of body horror involving insects. I found the story uninteresting, too sl...

    Bunn really jumps right into the story, not providing a lot of background or preamble. It's not quite clear at the end of this volume exactly what is going on with our protagonist, Adrian, but I am definitely interested enough to keep reading the series. The epilogue for this collectio...

    A man struggling with waking nightmares undergoes past life regression which, to put it mildly, doesn't help. Bunn's dad was a hypnotist, he explains in an afterword, but I'm not sure how much that adds; the wider details of the story weren't what grabbed me here so much as the sheer h...

    The artwork on this is great -- SO gross when it's called for, and the character design is really nice. I'm not all-in on this series, although I'll check out the next installment. The first collection feels like a television pilot: all the elements are there, but it's not quite settle...

    ***1/2 Interesting read, promising start, hopefully heading the right way. ...

    Goodreads Synopsis: Plagued by ghastly waking nightmares, Adrian reluctantly agrees to past life regression hypnotherapy. As his consciousness is cast back through time, Adrian witnesses a scene of horrific debauchery and diabolism. Waking, he is more unsettled than before, and with g...

    This is an original review from Booked & Loaded Horror books are always subjective. So many times horror works - or don't work - based on your own fears. Sometimes, horror books touch on topics that make us uncomfortable and snag on our secret insecurities. Often, I feel how on...

    *First off, thanks to Image Comics for the ARC of Regression, Vol.1: Way Down Deep. I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review.* Adrian Padilla has some pretty terrifying, oft times erotic, hallucinations and nightmares on a daily basis and is pushed to get help by his fri...

    It?s a cool story. It?s only getting off the ground and was still building when the book ended on a cliffhanger. As a reader I didn?t get answers to any questions. Like,? what the hell is going on?? For example. Had I known I probably would have read volume 1 and 2 at the sam...

    Great art, colours less so, not much plot, strange insect murdery cult thing and similarly flavoured hallucinations. Was excited to read this, but it sadly failed to meet expectations. My biggest beef is Molly?s characterisation. Awesome that she kicked Adrian?s butt when h...

  • Chad
    Nov 19, 2017

    Haunted by waking nightmares and at his wits? end, Asian Tom Hiddleston-lookalike Adrian goes to see a past life regression hypnotist in an effort to find peace of mind. Except the session only opens the door for something wicked to enter our world? ! Though the premise reminded...

    Regression is a fictional story about Adrian who is having hallucinations or visions, and he seek help from his friend Molly who set him to meet a hypnotist. This hypnotist told him that what a better to way help him is through regression therapy or by using hypnosis to take a look at ...

    I read this because I am reading and liking very much Harrow County, the Southern gothic horror story about a rural town's "struggle" with demon possession, by Cullen Bunn and Tyler Crock, featuring Emmy, a strong girl main character, so I decided to take a look at this. It's not somet...

    Adrian Padilla has gory, macabre, sometimes deeply erotic hallucinations. He undergoes regressive hypnosis to figure them out. While the exact cause of his hallucinations is intentionally vague, the surrounding mystery and writing are pretty fantastic and the artwork is eerie and exqui...

    A man suffering from waking nightmares goes to a hypnotist for help. The hypnotist wakes a murderer from a past life during regression therapy and people start dying off. There's also some cult involved and a lot of body horror involving insects. I found the story uninteresting, too sl...

  • Chad Cunningham
    Jan 01, 2018

    Haunted by waking nightmares and at his wits? end, Asian Tom Hiddleston-lookalike Adrian goes to see a past life regression hypnotist in an effort to find peace of mind. Except the session only opens the door for something wicked to enter our world? ! Though the premise reminded...

    Regression is a fictional story about Adrian who is having hallucinations or visions, and he seek help from his friend Molly who set him to meet a hypnotist. This hypnotist told him that what a better to way help him is through regression therapy or by using hypnosis to take a look at ...

    I read this because I am reading and liking very much Harrow County, the Southern gothic horror story about a rural town's "struggle" with demon possession, by Cullen Bunn and Tyler Crock, featuring Emmy, a strong girl main character, so I decided to take a look at this. It's not somet...

    Adrian Padilla has gory, macabre, sometimes deeply erotic hallucinations. He undergoes regressive hypnosis to figure them out. While the exact cause of his hallucinations is intentionally vague, the surrounding mystery and writing are pretty fantastic and the artwork is eerie and exqui...

    A man suffering from waking nightmares goes to a hypnotist for help. The hypnotist wakes a murderer from a past life during regression therapy and people start dying off. There's also some cult involved and a lot of body horror involving insects. I found the story uninteresting, too sl...

    Bunn really jumps right into the story, not providing a lot of background or preamble. It's not quite clear at the end of this volume exactly what is going on with our protagonist, Adrian, but I am definitely interested enough to keep reading the series. The epilogue for this collectio...

    A man struggling with waking nightmares undergoes past life regression which, to put it mildly, doesn't help. Bunn's dad was a hypnotist, he explains in an afterword, but I'm not sure how much that adds; the wider details of the story weren't what grabbed me here so much as the sheer h...

    The artwork on this is great -- SO gross when it's called for, and the character design is really nice. I'm not all-in on this series, although I'll check out the next installment. The first collection feels like a television pilot: all the elements are there, but it's not quite settle...

    ***1/2 Interesting read, promising start, hopefully heading the right way. ...

    Goodreads Synopsis: Plagued by ghastly waking nightmares, Adrian reluctantly agrees to past life regression hypnotherapy. As his consciousness is cast back through time, Adrian witnesses a scene of horrific debauchery and diabolism. Waking, he is more unsettled than before, and with g...

    This is an original review from Booked & Loaded Horror books are always subjective. So many times horror works - or don't work - based on your own fears. Sometimes, horror books touch on topics that make us uncomfortable and snag on our secret insecurities. Often, I feel how on...

    *First off, thanks to Image Comics for the ARC of Regression, Vol.1: Way Down Deep. I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review.* Adrian Padilla has some pretty terrifying, oft times erotic, hallucinations and nightmares on a daily basis and is pushed to get help by his fri...

    It?s a cool story. It?s only getting off the ground and was still building when the book ended on a cliffhanger. As a reader I didn?t get answers to any questions. Like,? what the hell is going on?? For example. Had I known I probably would have read volume 1 and 2 at the sam...

    Great art, colours less so, not much plot, strange insect murdery cult thing and similarly flavoured hallucinations. Was excited to read this, but it sadly failed to meet expectations. My biggest beef is Molly?s characterisation. Awesome that she kicked Adrian?s butt when h...

    Horror comic collection about possession and hypnosis Adrian has nightmares of a horrific nature and his friend, Molly, suggests hypnosis. Regression therapy leads to some explanation but then we start to get murders as Adrian looks for solutions. With bloodshed, a body count and sex...

    BCDER: 35 Unlike other reviewers, I thought the artwork had an interesting and enjoyable style. I liked the panel layout in particular. I typically like horror and supernatural comics, but this first volume, especially the last two issues, didn?t interest me enough to read future ...

    Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 Total review score: 2.2 ...

    Interesting and gory graphic novel about past lives, hypnotism and a hive mind or possession...will have to read Vol. 2 to get the whole picture. ...

    i simultaneously did and didn't like the art in this, if that makes sense?? the body horror stuff was so good and spooky but also: how come no one is commenting on how blatantly the artist uses references this entire book is abt tom hiddleston getting regression hypnotherapy ...

    Another demonic possession book, only this one has more bugs and the demon is a ?past life? of his, which I hate. There are some horrible logic gaps in this and it spends far too much time repeating dream sequences with filler art. ...

    The art and imagery in this book are both amazing. I?m planning to read the next volume... But at the same time, I?m definitely hoping it?ll have some stronger unique characterization for the players here. I feel like I don?t really know them yet. That art though - dang!! :) ...

    If Cullen Bunn can do any wrong at this point, I'm unaware of it. This is a fun horror story involving hallucinations, reality-bending happenings, the occult, and just a lot of creepy, fun stuff. The art is great, the story solid, and I can't wait for the next volume. ...

    2 1/2 stars. Interesting premise, but deducting half a star for bugs. ...

    I love the idea of past life regression and it makes a great horror theme, but like most horror graphic novels it rushes through the story leaving you wanting more. ...

    The premise has potential, but the drawn-out execution makes for a less-than-compelling read. The volume ends on a cliffhanger, but I don?t see myself coming back to find out more. ...

  • Donovan
    Oct 22, 2017

    Haunted by waking nightmares and at his wits? end, Asian Tom Hiddleston-lookalike Adrian goes to see a past life regression hypnotist in an effort to find peace of mind. Except the session only opens the door for something wicked to enter our world? ! Though the premise reminded...

    Regression is a fictional story about Adrian who is having hallucinations or visions, and he seek help from his friend Molly who set him to meet a hypnotist. This hypnotist told him that what a better to way help him is through regression therapy or by using hypnosis to take a look at ...

    I read this because I am reading and liking very much Harrow County, the Southern gothic horror story about a rural town's "struggle" with demon possession, by Cullen Bunn and Tyler Crock, featuring Emmy, a strong girl main character, so I decided to take a look at this. It's not somet...

    Adrian Padilla has gory, macabre, sometimes deeply erotic hallucinations. He undergoes regressive hypnosis to figure them out. While the exact cause of his hallucinations is intentionally vague, the surrounding mystery and writing are pretty fantastic and the artwork is eerie and exqui...

  • Paul Allard
    Jun 02, 2018

    Haunted by waking nightmares and at his wits? end, Asian Tom Hiddleston-lookalike Adrian goes to see a past life regression hypnotist in an effort to find peace of mind. Except the session only opens the door for something wicked to enter our world? ! Though the premise reminded...

    Regression is a fictional story about Adrian who is having hallucinations or visions, and he seek help from his friend Molly who set him to meet a hypnotist. This hypnotist told him that what a better to way help him is through regression therapy or by using hypnosis to take a look at ...

    I read this because I am reading and liking very much Harrow County, the Southern gothic horror story about a rural town's "struggle" with demon possession, by Cullen Bunn and Tyler Crock, featuring Emmy, a strong girl main character, so I decided to take a look at this. It's not somet...

    Adrian Padilla has gory, macabre, sometimes deeply erotic hallucinations. He undergoes regressive hypnosis to figure them out. While the exact cause of his hallucinations is intentionally vague, the surrounding mystery and writing are pretty fantastic and the artwork is eerie and exqui...

    A man suffering from waking nightmares goes to a hypnotist for help. The hypnotist wakes a murderer from a past life during regression therapy and people start dying off. There's also some cult involved and a lot of body horror involving insects. I found the story uninteresting, too sl...

    Bunn really jumps right into the story, not providing a lot of background or preamble. It's not quite clear at the end of this volume exactly what is going on with our protagonist, Adrian, but I am definitely interested enough to keep reading the series. The epilogue for this collectio...

    A man struggling with waking nightmares undergoes past life regression which, to put it mildly, doesn't help. Bunn's dad was a hypnotist, he explains in an afterword, but I'm not sure how much that adds; the wider details of the story weren't what grabbed me here so much as the sheer h...

    The artwork on this is great -- SO gross when it's called for, and the character design is really nice. I'm not all-in on this series, although I'll check out the next installment. The first collection feels like a television pilot: all the elements are there, but it's not quite settle...

    ***1/2 Interesting read, promising start, hopefully heading the right way. ...

    Goodreads Synopsis: Plagued by ghastly waking nightmares, Adrian reluctantly agrees to past life regression hypnotherapy. As his consciousness is cast back through time, Adrian witnesses a scene of horrific debauchery and diabolism. Waking, he is more unsettled than before, and with g...

    This is an original review from Booked & Loaded Horror books are always subjective. So many times horror works - or don't work - based on your own fears. Sometimes, horror books touch on topics that make us uncomfortable and snag on our secret insecurities. Often, I feel how on...

    *First off, thanks to Image Comics for the ARC of Regression, Vol.1: Way Down Deep. I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review.* Adrian Padilla has some pretty terrifying, oft times erotic, hallucinations and nightmares on a daily basis and is pushed to get help by his fri...

    It?s a cool story. It?s only getting off the ground and was still building when the book ended on a cliffhanger. As a reader I didn?t get answers to any questions. Like,? what the hell is going on?? For example. Had I known I probably would have read volume 1 and 2 at the sam...

    Great art, colours less so, not much plot, strange insect murdery cult thing and similarly flavoured hallucinations. Was excited to read this, but it sadly failed to meet expectations. My biggest beef is Molly?s characterisation. Awesome that she kicked Adrian?s butt when h...

    Horror comic collection about possession and hypnosis Adrian has nightmares of a horrific nature and his friend, Molly, suggests hypnosis. Regression therapy leads to some explanation but then we start to get murders as Adrian looks for solutions. With bloodshed, a body count and sex...

  • FanFiAddict
    Nov 06, 2017

    Haunted by waking nightmares and at his wits? end, Asian Tom Hiddleston-lookalike Adrian goes to see a past life regression hypnotist in an effort to find peace of mind. Except the session only opens the door for something wicked to enter our world? ! Though the premise reminded...

    Regression is a fictional story about Adrian who is having hallucinations or visions, and he seek help from his friend Molly who set him to meet a hypnotist. This hypnotist told him that what a better to way help him is through regression therapy or by using hypnosis to take a look at ...

    I read this because I am reading and liking very much Harrow County, the Southern gothic horror story about a rural town's "struggle" with demon possession, by Cullen Bunn and Tyler Crock, featuring Emmy, a strong girl main character, so I decided to take a look at this. It's not somet...

    Adrian Padilla has gory, macabre, sometimes deeply erotic hallucinations. He undergoes regressive hypnosis to figure them out. While the exact cause of his hallucinations is intentionally vague, the surrounding mystery and writing are pretty fantastic and the artwork is eerie and exqui...

    A man suffering from waking nightmares goes to a hypnotist for help. The hypnotist wakes a murderer from a past life during regression therapy and people start dying off. There's also some cult involved and a lot of body horror involving insects. I found the story uninteresting, too sl...

    Bunn really jumps right into the story, not providing a lot of background or preamble. It's not quite clear at the end of this volume exactly what is going on with our protagonist, Adrian, but I am definitely interested enough to keep reading the series. The epilogue for this collectio...

    A man struggling with waking nightmares undergoes past life regression which, to put it mildly, doesn't help. Bunn's dad was a hypnotist, he explains in an afterword, but I'm not sure how much that adds; the wider details of the story weren't what grabbed me here so much as the sheer h...

    The artwork on this is great -- SO gross when it's called for, and the character design is really nice. I'm not all-in on this series, although I'll check out the next installment. The first collection feels like a television pilot: all the elements are there, but it's not quite settle...

    ***1/2 Interesting read, promising start, hopefully heading the right way. ...

    Goodreads Synopsis: Plagued by ghastly waking nightmares, Adrian reluctantly agrees to past life regression hypnotherapy. As his consciousness is cast back through time, Adrian witnesses a scene of horrific debauchery and diabolism. Waking, he is more unsettled than before, and with g...

    This is an original review from Booked & Loaded Horror books are always subjective. So many times horror works - or don't work - based on your own fears. Sometimes, horror books touch on topics that make us uncomfortable and snag on our secret insecurities. Often, I feel how on...

    *First off, thanks to Image Comics for the ARC of Regression, Vol.1: Way Down Deep. I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review.* Adrian Padilla has some pretty terrifying, oft times erotic, hallucinations and nightmares on a daily basis and is pushed to get help by his fri...

  • k
    Apr 27, 2018

    Haunted by waking nightmares and at his wits? end, Asian Tom Hiddleston-lookalike Adrian goes to see a past life regression hypnotist in an effort to find peace of mind. Except the session only opens the door for something wicked to enter our world? ! Though the premise reminded...

    Regression is a fictional story about Adrian who is having hallucinations or visions, and he seek help from his friend Molly who set him to meet a hypnotist. This hypnotist told him that what a better to way help him is through regression therapy or by using hypnosis to take a look at ...

    I read this because I am reading and liking very much Harrow County, the Southern gothic horror story about a rural town's "struggle" with demon possession, by Cullen Bunn and Tyler Crock, featuring Emmy, a strong girl main character, so I decided to take a look at this. It's not somet...

    Adrian Padilla has gory, macabre, sometimes deeply erotic hallucinations. He undergoes regressive hypnosis to figure them out. While the exact cause of his hallucinations is intentionally vague, the surrounding mystery and writing are pretty fantastic and the artwork is eerie and exqui...

    A man suffering from waking nightmares goes to a hypnotist for help. The hypnotist wakes a murderer from a past life during regression therapy and people start dying off. There's also some cult involved and a lot of body horror involving insects. I found the story uninteresting, too sl...

    Bunn really jumps right into the story, not providing a lot of background or preamble. It's not quite clear at the end of this volume exactly what is going on with our protagonist, Adrian, but I am definitely interested enough to keep reading the series. The epilogue for this collectio...

    A man struggling with waking nightmares undergoes past life regression which, to put it mildly, doesn't help. Bunn's dad was a hypnotist, he explains in an afterword, but I'm not sure how much that adds; the wider details of the story weren't what grabbed me here so much as the sheer h...

    The artwork on this is great -- SO gross when it's called for, and the character design is really nice. I'm not all-in on this series, although I'll check out the next installment. The first collection feels like a television pilot: all the elements are there, but it's not quite settle...

    ***1/2 Interesting read, promising start, hopefully heading the right way. ...

    Goodreads Synopsis: Plagued by ghastly waking nightmares, Adrian reluctantly agrees to past life regression hypnotherapy. As his consciousness is cast back through time, Adrian witnesses a scene of horrific debauchery and diabolism. Waking, he is more unsettled than before, and with g...

    This is an original review from Booked & Loaded Horror books are always subjective. So many times horror works - or don't work - based on your own fears. Sometimes, horror books touch on topics that make us uncomfortable and snag on our secret insecurities. Often, I feel how on...

    *First off, thanks to Image Comics for the ARC of Regression, Vol.1: Way Down Deep. I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review.* Adrian Padilla has some pretty terrifying, oft times erotic, hallucinations and nightmares on a daily basis and is pushed to get help by his fri...

    It?s a cool story. It?s only getting off the ground and was still building when the book ended on a cliffhanger. As a reader I didn?t get answers to any questions. Like,? what the hell is going on?? For example. Had I known I probably would have read volume 1 and 2 at the sam...

    Great art, colours less so, not much plot, strange insect murdery cult thing and similarly flavoured hallucinations. Was excited to read this, but it sadly failed to meet expectations. My biggest beef is Molly?s characterisation. Awesome that she kicked Adrian?s butt when h...

    Horror comic collection about possession and hypnosis Adrian has nightmares of a horrific nature and his friend, Molly, suggests hypnosis. Regression therapy leads to some explanation but then we start to get murders as Adrian looks for solutions. With bloodshed, a body count and sex...

    BCDER: 35 Unlike other reviewers, I thought the artwork had an interesting and enjoyable style. I liked the panel layout in particular. I typically like horror and supernatural comics, but this first volume, especially the last two issues, didn?t interest me enough to read future ...

    Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 Total review score: 2.2 ...

    Interesting and gory graphic novel about past lives, hypnotism and a hive mind or possession...will have to read Vol. 2 to get the whole picture. ...

    i simultaneously did and didn't like the art in this, if that makes sense?? the body horror stuff was so good and spooky but also: how come no one is commenting on how blatantly the artist uses references this entire book is abt tom hiddleston getting regression hypnotherapy ...

  • Brian Dickerson
    Feb 20, 2018

    Haunted by waking nightmares and at his wits? end, Asian Tom Hiddleston-lookalike Adrian goes to see a past life regression hypnotist in an effort to find peace of mind. Except the session only opens the door for something wicked to enter our world? ! Though the premise reminded...

    Regression is a fictional story about Adrian who is having hallucinations or visions, and he seek help from his friend Molly who set him to meet a hypnotist. This hypnotist told him that what a better to way help him is through regression therapy or by using hypnosis to take a look at ...

    I read this because I am reading and liking very much Harrow County, the Southern gothic horror story about a rural town's "struggle" with demon possession, by Cullen Bunn and Tyler Crock, featuring Emmy, a strong girl main character, so I decided to take a look at this. It's not somet...

    Adrian Padilla has gory, macabre, sometimes deeply erotic hallucinations. He undergoes regressive hypnosis to figure them out. While the exact cause of his hallucinations is intentionally vague, the surrounding mystery and writing are pretty fantastic and the artwork is eerie and exqui...

    A man suffering from waking nightmares goes to a hypnotist for help. The hypnotist wakes a murderer from a past life during regression therapy and people start dying off. There's also some cult involved and a lot of body horror involving insects. I found the story uninteresting, too sl...

    Bunn really jumps right into the story, not providing a lot of background or preamble. It's not quite clear at the end of this volume exactly what is going on with our protagonist, Adrian, but I am definitely interested enough to keep reading the series. The epilogue for this collectio...

    A man struggling with waking nightmares undergoes past life regression which, to put it mildly, doesn't help. Bunn's dad was a hypnotist, he explains in an afterword, but I'm not sure how much that adds; the wider details of the story weren't what grabbed me here so much as the sheer h...

    The artwork on this is great -- SO gross when it's called for, and the character design is really nice. I'm not all-in on this series, although I'll check out the next installment. The first collection feels like a television pilot: all the elements are there, but it's not quite settle...

    ***1/2 Interesting read, promising start, hopefully heading the right way. ...

    Goodreads Synopsis: Plagued by ghastly waking nightmares, Adrian reluctantly agrees to past life regression hypnotherapy. As his consciousness is cast back through time, Adrian witnesses a scene of horrific debauchery and diabolism. Waking, he is more unsettled than before, and with g...

    This is an original review from Booked & Loaded Horror books are always subjective. So many times horror works - or don't work - based on your own fears. Sometimes, horror books touch on topics that make us uncomfortable and snag on our secret insecurities. Often, I feel how on...

    *First off, thanks to Image Comics for the ARC of Regression, Vol.1: Way Down Deep. I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review.* Adrian Padilla has some pretty terrifying, oft times erotic, hallucinations and nightmares on a daily basis and is pushed to get help by his fri...

    It?s a cool story. It?s only getting off the ground and was still building when the book ended on a cliffhanger. As a reader I didn?t get answers to any questions. Like,? what the hell is going on?? For example. Had I known I probably would have read volume 1 and 2 at the sam...

    Great art, colours less so, not much plot, strange insect murdery cult thing and similarly flavoured hallucinations. Was excited to read this, but it sadly failed to meet expectations. My biggest beef is Molly?s characterisation. Awesome that she kicked Adrian?s butt when h...

    Horror comic collection about possession and hypnosis Adrian has nightmares of a horrific nature and his friend, Molly, suggests hypnosis. Regression therapy leads to some explanation but then we start to get murders as Adrian looks for solutions. With bloodshed, a body count and sex...

    BCDER: 35 Unlike other reviewers, I thought the artwork had an interesting and enjoyable style. I liked the panel layout in particular. I typically like horror and supernatural comics, but this first volume, especially the last two issues, didn?t interest me enough to read future ...

  • Jamie Connolly
    Nov 15, 2017

    Haunted by waking nightmares and at his wits? end, Asian Tom Hiddleston-lookalike Adrian goes to see a past life regression hypnotist in an effort to find peace of mind. Except the session only opens the door for something wicked to enter our world? ! Though the premise reminded...

    Regression is a fictional story about Adrian who is having hallucinations or visions, and he seek help from his friend Molly who set him to meet a hypnotist. This hypnotist told him that what a better to way help him is through regression therapy or by using hypnosis to take a look at ...

    I read this because I am reading and liking very much Harrow County, the Southern gothic horror story about a rural town's "struggle" with demon possession, by Cullen Bunn and Tyler Crock, featuring Emmy, a strong girl main character, so I decided to take a look at this. It's not somet...

    Adrian Padilla has gory, macabre, sometimes deeply erotic hallucinations. He undergoes regressive hypnosis to figure them out. While the exact cause of his hallucinations is intentionally vague, the surrounding mystery and writing are pretty fantastic and the artwork is eerie and exqui...

    A man suffering from waking nightmares goes to a hypnotist for help. The hypnotist wakes a murderer from a past life during regression therapy and people start dying off. There's also some cult involved and a lot of body horror involving insects. I found the story uninteresting, too sl...

    Bunn really jumps right into the story, not providing a lot of background or preamble. It's not quite clear at the end of this volume exactly what is going on with our protagonist, Adrian, but I am definitely interested enough to keep reading the series. The epilogue for this collectio...

    A man struggling with waking nightmares undergoes past life regression which, to put it mildly, doesn't help. Bunn's dad was a hypnotist, he explains in an afterword, but I'm not sure how much that adds; the wider details of the story weren't what grabbed me here so much as the sheer h...

    The artwork on this is great -- SO gross when it's called for, and the character design is really nice. I'm not all-in on this series, although I'll check out the next installment. The first collection feels like a television pilot: all the elements are there, but it's not quite settle...

    ***1/2 Interesting read, promising start, hopefully heading the right way. ...

    Goodreads Synopsis: Plagued by ghastly waking nightmares, Adrian reluctantly agrees to past life regression hypnotherapy. As his consciousness is cast back through time, Adrian witnesses a scene of horrific debauchery and diabolism. Waking, he is more unsettled than before, and with g...

    This is an original review from Booked & Loaded Horror books are always subjective. So many times horror works - or don't work - based on your own fears. Sometimes, horror books touch on topics that make us uncomfortable and snag on our secret insecurities. Often, I feel how on...

    *First off, thanks to Image Comics for the ARC of Regression, Vol.1: Way Down Deep. I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review.* Adrian Padilla has some pretty terrifying, oft times erotic, hallucinations and nightmares on a daily basis and is pushed to get help by his fri...

    It?s a cool story. It?s only getting off the ground and was still building when the book ended on a cliffhanger. As a reader I didn?t get answers to any questions. Like,? what the hell is going on?? For example. Had I known I probably would have read volume 1 and 2 at the sam...