A surreal horror story, following a young nurse who is caught in the middle of a strange supernatural conspiracy on her first day working for Saint Cascia Psychiatric Hospital.IS THERE SUCH A THING AS SANITY?Ever since she was little, all Ashli wanted was to help people. Its why she went to nursing school, and its why she signed up for the vacant position at Saint Cascia, despite the psychiatric hospitals less-than-sterling reputation. But when strange occurrences begin in the midst of her very first day on the jobrazor blades scattered through the halls, a patient named Xerxes always hidden behind a makeshift mask, and a brutal riot initiated by the inmatesAshli is forced to escape through the labyrinthine bowels of the asylum to not only help her fellow nursesbut to save herself.Eisner Award-nominated writer Cullen Bunn (Harrow County, The Empty Man) is joined by brilliant newcomer artist Jack T. Cole for The Unsound, a surreal psychological horror series that will have you questioning what it is to truly be crazy...
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The Unsound Reviews
I get what it was trying to do, and it looks great. But there was just something missing. Likely it was an investment in the characters, all of whom seemed disposable.
Better than I thought it would be for sure. Different take on a common plot. Well conceived too. A lot of the art was hit or miss I thought. But some of the frames, and especially the covers, were downright superb. I would have liked it if the last quarter of the book was longer and went more in-depth. You’ll see what I mean. I could easily be more critical of this book but I like everything I read. 4 stars.
Excellent immersive read, I found myself re-reading each chapter because I was so eager to find out what happened that I rushed. It's a surreal journey through extreme mental illness from several perspectives. There are touches of the stereotypical eye-rolling insane asylum "What's your dark secret?" and "Who's the REAL patient?" plot hooks, but the story goes much much deeper and does not rely heavily on tropes. The art really captures the feeling of madness that prevails throughout the story; ...more