“Haxan Lane” Proves Philadelphia Is Even Scarier Than You Thought


Ryan C.'s Four Color Apocalypse

In between the veritable onslaught of unique and inventive autobio/memoir stuff that cartoonist Thomas Lampion has released over the past year or two, he’s also managed to take a side trip — down a grimy street and into a haunted house, at that — in the pages of his self-published ‘zine Haxan Lane, two issues of which have seen the light of day so far. Although “light of day” is a decidedly poor choice of words on my part —

Why, you ask? Well, this is a humor comic to be sure, but it’s one that goes bump in the night, and has very much a feel of a modern take on the Brothers Grimm to it, complete with “be careful what you wish for” and “if something seems too good to be true, it probably is” moralizing — but please don’t take that to mean it’s not a…

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One response to ““Haxan Lane” Proves Philadelphia Is Even Scarier Than You Thought

  1. Pingback: Lisa’s Week In Review: 11/16/20 — 11/22/20 | Through the Shattered Lens

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