Over at Bleeding Cool they've taken a look at the fourth and final issue of Alan Moore's Neonomicon comic book series, and they're practically drooling over themselves to say how good it is without giving out any spoilers. I've read and enjoyed the first three already so buying this one is pretty much a fait accompli for me, but if I wasn't reading it, this review would make me want to ASAP:
This is a book of two levels. You can read it straight and get a great horror police procedural series, something that may be a bit more extreme than the likes of Fringe, but does fit in with that kind of world. And then you can analyse each and every panel and see a new level of reality, one that is outside both space and time, that used the comics medium as a wire frame to dance around, in and out.Tell me that doesn't sound good? More intriguing still, they said that while most readers correctly guessed what a lot of the mysteries in the book were hinting at, "what no one managed to get was the really big twist about what the HP Lovecraft mythos is." Okay, I said I'd buy it already, stop teasing me!