Comic Review: John Carpenter’s Tales of Science Fiction Hell Issue #7 of 8!

Without spoilers, we review the sci-fi horror comic, John Carpenter’s Tales of Science Fiction- Hell Issue #7 of 8, published now by Storm King Comics! (Link below the review)

Synopsis:

In New York City, a massive monster is destroyed by a subway train… and its surviving reptilian companion can speak English. In Columbia, a scientist crawls up from the depths of the Earth, bringing news of a miraculous new mineral power source… and demons below. In Texas, a convicted murderer is spared at the last minute by an international conglomerate… which wants to organize an expedition to the center of the Earth, with him as a guide. Because like the scientist, he’s been there. The whole team is headed straight to Hell.

Gargoyles in Hell? they’re real! Captured, jailed and used for arena combat and lab experimentation by magnificent living monsters from Earth’s medieval past, the surviving members of the CalEx incursion team must figure out whether escape – or survival – is even possible down in the Underneath. These creatures have always been with us. Waiting for their chance to come back, topside… and reclaim the surface-world of Earth for their own.

The Team Behind the comic:

Series created by JOHN CARPENTER and SANDY KING
Written by DAVID J. SCHOW
Pencils & Inks by ANDRES ESPARZA
Colors by SERGIO MARTINEZ
Lettering by JANICE CHIANG
Edited by SANDY KING
Cover art by TIM BRADSTREET
Title Treatment by JOHN GALATI
Managing Editor: Sean Sobczak
Graphic Designer: Sean Sobczak
Office Coordinator: Antwan Johnson
Publicity: Sphinx PR – Elysabeth Fulda

Official Trailer:

Spoiler-Free Review:

  Published by Storm King Comics, John Carpenter’s Tales of Science Fiction Hell issue 7 of 8 features the Underworld world that’s like a hell full of creatures, unforgiving atmosphere and the worst human deception.. This is a tale you must read to believe!     

This science fiction series gives scientific twist to the concept of Hell as we saw a team of professionals being hired to venture down the planet and towards the core with the objective of finding a rare mineral, besides the origin of humanoid reptilians which appeared in the subway of New York. A friendlier one with an ability to speak English language has accompanied the expedition team, which also has our main protagonist, Stefanie Billings, an occult specialist with a great problem solving ability and providing useful narration to this comic series. All the previous comic issues featured the thrilling journey of reaching this hell and provided insights into the team with some entertaining situations. Now with this issue, we come closer to the finale…     

This issue starts with an action packed battle with scary creatures that look like gargoyles possessed by demons. The majority of the team is not in a good condition. We learn about an infuriating twist to the story that adds a different tone to the entire story. Stefanie Billings and others soon discover the sinister plan of these otherworldly creatures to invade the surface of the planet. There is also a gladiator themed scenario that is scary and thrilling to see. Kartkas, our talking reptilian friend and Stefanie’s old friend, Mr. Samples both show valor in scenarios that are nothing short of an action movie. Towards the end, there’s a life or death situation in which we learn more about Stefanie’s gifts and strong ethics. Ending on a high note, it makes you look forward to the next issue, which is the 8th and the final one.     

Storm King Comics are always known for their quality and quantity both. This comic issue also has an ample amount of entertainment, thrills, and well written story to satisfy you. There is neat lettering and editing. The illustrations and art make every comic pane feel like an artwork on a canvas. The comic is a horror comic meant for mature audiences due to violence, gore, horror and this time, a very scary theme.  However, no nudity, suggestive themes or excessive bad language is used. It provides an extremely satisfying horror reading experience.       

Overall, Storm King Comics’ John Carpenter’s Tales of Science Fiction Hell Issue 7 provides an unforgettable action packed horror experience that’s full of unexpected twists that’s beautifully illustrated on the comic pages. If you like horror, science fiction and adventure genres, you will love this comic a lot. It makes for an enjoyable comic book to read, especially during this Halloween season. It’s also recommended to collect the previous comic issues as each of them provides a unique perspective that’s equally satisfying!            

Know more about the creators & grab exciting comics including this one:

Issue #7 Page (Out now! Get it directly from Storm King Productions!)

Tales of Science Fiction section of the Official Store

Previews World Pullbox

Our Reviews of previous issues-

Comic Review:- John Carpenter’s Tales of Science Fiction: HELL #1 (of 8) by Storm King Comics

Sci-Fi Horror Comic Review: John Carpenter’s Tales of Science Fiction: HELL Issue #2 of 8

Sci-Fi Horror Comic Review: John Carpenter’s Tales of Science Fiction: HELL Issue #3 of 8!

Sci-Fi Horror Comic Review – John Carpenter’s Tales of Science Fiction: HELL Issue #4 of 8!

Comic Review: John Carpenter’s Tales of Science Fiction – Hell Issue #5 of 8 by Storm King Comics!

Our past articles about John Carpenter’s Science Fiction Graphic Novels:

John Carpenter’s Tales of Science Fiction: Vortex – Trade Paperback Review

Spoiler-Free Sci-Fi Horror Comic Review: John Carpenter’s Tales of Science Fiction: Vortex 2.0 Issue 1 (of 8)

Spoiler-Free Sci-Fi Horror Comic Review: John Carpenter’s Tales of Science Fiction: Vortex 2.0 Issue 2 (of 8)

Spoiler-Free Sci-Fi Space Horror Comic Review: John Carpenter’s Tales of Science Fiction: Vortex 2.0 Issue 3 (of 8)

Spoiler-Free Sci-Fi Space Horror Comic Review: John Carpenter’s Tales of Science Fiction: Vortex 2.0 Issue 4 (of 8)

Spoiler Free Comic Review: John Carpenter’s Tales of Science Fiction Vortex 2.0 Issue 5 of 8

Spoiler Free Comic Review: John Carpenter’s Tales of Science Fiction Vortex 2.0 Issue 6 of 8

Sci-Fi Space Horror Comic Review: John Carpenter’s Tales of Science Fiction Vortex 2.0 Issue 7 of 8

Sci-Fi Space Horror Comic Review: John Carpenter’s Tales of Science Fiction Vortex 2.0 Issue 8 of 8 “Among the scariest sci-fi horror comics you’ll read with an exciting climax that sends chills down your spine!” 

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