Today, before catching up with this week's comics, I've decided to spend my afternoon revisiting some graphic novel collections of series from the last few years. First up is Rachel Rising, followed by Wolverine Old Man Logan, Neonomicon, and Revival.
Rachel Rising is a series written and drawn by Terry Moore (most celebrated for his Strangers In Paradise series). I've been reading Rachel Rising as it comes out monthly (it hasn't ended yet) and have been enjoying it, but re-reading the first two collections of Rachel Rising, like most re-reads of a series in one sitting, I can see the bigger picture of what Terry Moore is doing with this series.
Rachel Rising starts off the first several issues with a lot of intrigue and it's not until the middle of the second collection where we start to get some answers. If you like thrillers, with a good dose of horror and ultra violence, Rachel Rising is worth checking out. I'd also recommend staying away from reading the back cover descriptions because this is a story that is better experienced as it unfolds without any hint of what's to come. And Terry Moore's art is always good eye candy too.