- Eve decides it is time to take the fight to the Coffin Witch, even if it kills her in the process.
- This means getting to the bottom of her family’s mysteries—which means getting her mother to talk.
- Meanwhile, a young boy kills his family in a grizzly murder just like two other cases decades earlier—which the murderers claimed that imaginary friends and the Coffin Witch was behind.
- This series is at its strongest when it is about Eve struggling to accept family history and baggage—and who she is as a person; and this volume returns to those themes with a vengeance.
- I love the visual style in this book; Miranda, Parks, and De La Cruz’s art is rich and warm and creepy all at once.
“Haunted Houses” is a strong finale for Coffin Hill. I’ve enjoyed the series from start to finish and recommend it if you’re a fan of bloody, witchy horror.
Coffin Hill, Vol. 3: Haunted Houses (#15-20)
Writer: Caitlin Kittredge | Artist: Inaki Miranda | Inker: Ande Parks (19, 20) | Colorist: Eva De La Cruz | Letterer: Travis Lanham | Covers: Dave Johnson