Anyways, the story and art are good.
I really can't say anything bad about the first volume of Haunt from Image comics except that it's too short & ends just when it's staring to get somewhat interesting.
So I picked up the Haunt Volume 1 to give it a try because I am a fan of McFarlane and Kirkman because of the Walking Dead.
Not an avid comic book guy but I loved this! I felt like it was a mix between Spider-Man and Spawn.
Warning: Lots of violence and language.
Haunt is pretty good, not amazing, but it's definitely a good, solid read. I'm a fan of Robert Kirkman from his work on The Walking Dead and as said in another review, I'm a huge... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Blake Sturchio
Even though there are a lot of similarities with Spawn, the development of the characters is interesting. The drawing is also first class.Published 22 months ago by Edward Cruz
I have been wanting to read Haunt for a while now, its been some years since it first came out (halloween 09, I remember) but I never gave myself a chance to get it. Read morePublished on July 14, 2012 by Ed. Mireles
not bad for a introduction to a brand new series. It almost feels like the story was rushed from beginning to start. Read morePublished on July 1, 2012 by Anthony Castro
I have been expanding my comic book collection over the last year. I am newer to the industry. I own all of the walking dead and Invincible collections, and have read them multiple... Read morePublished on January 12, 2012 by Slimer
Book Review by Kole
This is a very weird comic. The story itself is good, it's just very unusual. The idea is very unlike other comic book heroes. Read more
This reprint of the first five (or was it six?) issues of Kirkman & McFarlane's HAUNT was OKAY to read. Read morePublished on July 7, 2011 by Harold Holt
Haunt...where to start. Well, a couple of the other reviews have done the story so that saves some space.
I like Haunt. Is it original? No, not by a long shot. Read more