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Published on January 8th, 2020 | by Tim Chuma

STEEPLE #5 (2020) Review

STEEPLE #5 (2020) Review Tim Chuma
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Summary: A magic spell on a vacuum cleaner causes Billie, who was filling in for the reverend to doubt her calling, who then decides to go work for the forces of darkness instead. Her friend Maggie is worried about her, but soon has marauding mermen to worry about.

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Satan's vacuum cleaner


A magic spell on a vacuum cleaner causes Billie, who was filling in for the reverend to doubt her calling, who then decides to go work for the forces of darkness instead. Her friend Maggie is worried about her, but soon has marauding mermen to worry about.

This is the concluding part of this series but is interesting enough that I would check out the rest of them stories.

A fun art style and great character designs makes this easy to read and I would recommend it to people who want something a bit different.

It is rare to see something so positive about organised religion in an alternative publication. In the end it is the reverend who is the voice of reason about people needing to make their own choices.

Comic details:

Writer: John Allison

Artist: John Allison

Colourist: Sarah Stern

Cover Artist: John Allison


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