The Red Mother #1

The Red Mother #1 Review

Jeremy Haun returns to his The Beauty roots as he teams with Danny Luckert, hot off Regression, for a new psychological horror series. After losing her eye and the man she loves in a brutal mugging, Daisy McDonough is left trying to put the pieces of her life back together. Just when she begins to think she can heal— move on, she begins to see strange things through her new prosthetic eye. And The Red Mother sees her in return. Continuing BOOM! Studios’ string of successes, The Red Mother follows Faithless, Once & Future, and Something is Killing the Children for a new original series that examines the dangers that hide in plain sight – and the consequences of digging beneath the surface to find the truth underneath.

Title:The Red Mother #1
Edition Language:English

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    The Red Mother #1 Reviews

  • Shannon

    2.5...

  • Nathan Haines

    This issue follows a girl called Daisy who eats too much pizza, and as a punishment the universe decides it will take her boyfriend, and her eye, and give her episodes where she sees a grey skull crea...

  • Tobin Elliott

    Damn.I've never read anything by this team, but I saw the "#1" on the cover and thought I'd give it a go. This issue does a fantastic job of setting up the central mystery while not throwing a ton of ...

  • Kori ?

    The first couple of pages were cliche and boring. I didn’t really care for the main characters. I got interested when the gruesome things started to happen! The cliffhanger intrigued me and I’m cu...

  • Oneirosophos

    A bit generic thriller, but interesting......

  • Liz (Quirky Cat)

    Red Mother #1 is the start to an all-new psychological horror series from Boom Studios. If you’ve been looking for a good one to dive into, then this is the comic for you. Jeremy Haun (The Beauty, T...

  • James

    3.5 stars. A solid 1st issue. Our main character Daisy and her BF Luke are taking a walk after dinner and Luke gets snatched up by something. Daisy gives chase but gets her eye damaged or torn out. Sh...

  • Kristin Lansdown

    Things escalate pretty quickly in this first issue. Loving the art and city landscape. The end grabbed me after what could’ve been a boring issue of wading through incomplete emotions after Daisy’...