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Flatwood

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Genre: Fantasy
Date Added: 18 August 2004
Last Update: 18 August 2010
URL: www.flatwoodcomic.com
Current Comic Ranking: 11272/22960
Views This Month: 34   (More...)
Average Views a Month: 35   (More...)
Favourite of: 72 members
Status: Normal (?)

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Synopsis:
A young man wakes up to find that he has no memory of his past and is trapped in a dark world filled with menacing creatures, creepy old bag women, and the souls of the dead. Is it a Dream? Is it a Reality? Does it really Matter? FLATWOOD is a Ho

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EthelE 5/5
Forgot to vote :-)
EthelE  
Wow, the author is extremely intelligent and very artistic. The tone of the comic is dark and frightening, but the main theme seems to be the need to not despair (or else, heh). The characters speak in a way that is natural, but just archaic enough that the Biblical quotes scattered throughout don't stand out but instead add an aura of eerie familiarity and depth. Everything enhances the sense that there is something more, just below the surface of that dark, dank world - and when you find out what that something is, it's not going to be something easy to deal with.

Very rich Christian themes, but I think someone who isn't familiar with the Bible might be able to read this and never realize the whole thing is a Christian metaphor - and would still love it for the dark, other-worldly surface alone. If you do follow the metaphors, it's heart-stopping: The artist isn't shrinking from tackling the most demanding, painful, harshest parts of the Christian faith.
noemz 5/5
The atmosphere of this comic is incredible. Rendered entirely in greyscale with plenty of black throughout the page instead of well-defined panels, this comic gives you the feeling of being lost in the dark in a very hostile place.

No other comic creeps me out as much as Flatwood (although it's creepy in a really good way). And just when you think you're safe, the pages animate slowly and creep you out even more.
Phalanx 5/5
Absolutely amazing.

Spooky storyline, Creepy but cute art, and occasionally, some interesting animations.
Flatwood  
Flatwood is a Ho? Them's fightin' words.

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