King Gaming Review
I read Gideon Falls by Jeff Lemire, Andrea Sorrentino, and Dave Stewart. It's a gripping horror comic that shows the immense talent of these creators. You should read it too!
The feeling of an old horror movie
Gideon Falls is a comic series that has a very specific feel to it, and if you haven't read the series yet, I highly recommend checking out the first few issues before reading this review. The artwork by Andrea Sorrentino is very reminiscent of old horror movies. There are lots of dark colors and shadows used throughout the entire comic that give it an atmospheric feeling that's hard to describe in words—you just have to see it for yourself!
The story itself has many twists and turns, but it moves at such a slow pace that some readers might find themselves bored at times (especially if they're looking for something action-packed). It also happens to be very dark at times—like really dark—and chilling as well.
A horrific secret in search of an explanation
Gideon Falls is a horror story about a secret that has been hidden for years, and one that is revealed to both the reader and characters in different ways. But even before the secret is revealed, there are clues scattered throughout Gideon Falls that point towards what's going on in those woods. You might not know exactly what it all means until you get to see how far back the mystery goes and what it does to those who find themselves caught up in it.
The actual mystery at the heart of Gideon Falls isn't quite as disturbing once its solution has been revealed—but this isn't necessarily a bad thing; instead, it gives readers an opportunity to explore how they feel about what they've seen so far while also thinking about how these new developments will affect both their understanding of events as well as future plot points.
A look at two different perspectives to a story
Gideon Falls is a comic book series created by Jeff Lemire. The story is told from the perspectives of two different characters, an FBI agent and a priest. In this review, we will be looking at both perspectives and how they relate to each other.
The story takes place in Gideon Falls, a small town where strange things happen. It all starts when Agent Scott Crane discovers something truly unusual after investigating the disappearance of a young boy named Alex Pascia. As he investigates further, he finds out that there are more people involved than just Alex’s mother and father; there are also mysterious floating rocks in the river that give him nightmares every night!
Meanwhile, Father Fred Reese has been seeing visions for years about evil forces coming together at Gideon Falls and bringing death upon everyone living here today! This was why he moved away from his old home city back when he was still living with his parents; because there were too many bad memories waiting around every corner for him everywhere else except here where everything seems normal again now after leaving Houston behind forever...
The magic of Jeff Lemire, Andrea Sorrentino, and Dave Stewart
With a story this heavy, it's important to have an artist who can really bring it to life. Luckily, Gideon Falls has that in spades. Andrea Sorrentino (pencils) and Dave Stewart (colors) work together beautifully to create a tone and mood that is at once beautiful yet haunting. The colors are muted, the lines are clean and precise, which all lends itself perfectly to the story of two broken men who struggle with faith and identity in their lives after losing loved ones.
Each page is given its own unique feeling through careful use of shadows or highlights along with color choices like reds or blues being used exclusively on certain pages when they mean something special: red often means there is blood involved while blue represents water—two things which symbolize life/death throughout history; this pairing creates tension as we know both can cause great harm if misused!
I also love how Lemire tells his stories through images more so than words alone; by doing so he gives us more insight into what these characters might be thinking rather than just saying it directly out loud - it's very effective in building suspense because not everything needs explaining all at once - sometimes less really IS more!
The importance of good editing
When you read a comic book, you probably don't think about editing. But I guarantee that there is an editor on all of the comics you read. The job of an editor is largely unseen and underappreciated—until it isn't done well. Editors play a crucial role in the creation of a comic book or graphic novel; they bring together different creative elements (the writer, artist and letterer) to create one final product. Editing can make or break a story or comic for many reasons:
Editing helps keep timelines intact when multiple writers work on one project
It ensures continuity within the story world by making sure that each issue fits within the context of previous issues
It makes sure characters don't change personalities from issue to issue
It ensures plot holes aren't created without reason
A gripping horror comic that shows the immense talent of these creators.
Gideon Falls is a gripping horror comic that shows the immense talent of these creators. The story is intricate and complex, with some great character development as well. Its beautiful artwork adds to the overall experience of reading this comic book. The plot itself is intriguing and interesting, making it hard for readers to put down their phones or tablets until they have finished reading it from beginning to end.
To conclude, I would highly recommend Gideon Falls because not only does it showcase amazing artwork but also has an original story with engaging characters who will keep you hooked till the end!
Gideon Falls is a hauntingly beautiful comic book, with a complex and compelling story that will keep you guessing until the end. Jeff Lemire, Andrea Sorrentino, and Dave Stewart are an unbeatable team, creating an amazing story that is like nothing else on the market today. I highly recommend this book for anyone who loves horror comics or just wants something different from what they’re used to reading in mainstream media today.