Redlands, Vol. 1

Redlands, Vol. 1 Review

A mysterious and bloodthirsty matriarchal force runs the town of Redlands, Florida, and in order to stay on top sacrifices must be made. Someone is intent on removing these women from the top of the food chain, and he's ready to unleash their darkest secret but has seriously underestimated the lengths the townspeople will go to protect the new order of things.


Inspired by the strange complexities of real world politics and crime, the characters of Redlands play victim and villain, attempting to understand themselves and others, through murder, magic and mayhem.



Collects issues 1 through 6.

Title:Redlands, Vol. 1
Edition Language:English

    Some Testimonial About This Book:

  • Donovan

    Commentary on hillbilly justice, racism, and objectification/sexual harassment/rape/prostitution/ in a vague world of witches and demons. Problematic is the complete lack of empathetic characters (esp...

  • L. McCoy

    Dear Image,You guys are freaking awesome. You guys put out so many amazing titles... and sometimes, well, you publish stuff like this. Why?What’s it about?There’s group of witches, they were meant...

  • James DeSantis

    Uhhh whoa...what?...The...fuck...shit...Those were my reactions throughout the entire time reading this. Redlands is a horror comic about redneck place in Florida being ran by three witches who aren't...

  • Candice

    Like most first volumes, this is all story setup. You're introduced to characters and shown their situations. It's pretty graphic, both with violence and sex. I was led to believe this was a feminist ...

  • Timothy

    As a lover of both Bellaire's coloring and Del Rey's art, I was sufficiently hyped to read this. And indeed, I like the art a lot. It's definitely unique and great at setting the mood. The problem is ...

  • andrew y

    I struggled to comprehend what exactly this book was trying to say. ...

  • Craig

    Story is very confusing and hard to follow. Characters not much more than stereotypes. Artwork is messy and rushed-looking much of the time. I don't get why this series was getting so much hype....

  • Bianca Walters

    Issue #1 of Redlands ends with a remark from the three artists responsible for it, as they let their precious catharsis out into the world: “It should offer respite and serve as an emotional occult ...

  • Kahn

    It's not often you come across a graphic novel that, when you've finished it, you feel you need to re-read it almost straight away because you're pretty sure you've missed a bit.Or two.Or three. But s...

  • Theediscerning

    Hmmm... I really don't know what to make of this one, really. The narratives are exceedingly patchy - flashing from one none-more-darker story of hillbilly life to the next, and from one decade to the...