June 19th, Allan is trapped inside a haunted house that wants to kill him. A growing and luminous fog has surrounded the haunted Usher mansion.
His commitment to the macabre was legendary, lending itself to a variety of creative and dark works that are still referenced today.
The title is written and illustrated by Richard Corben, with letters by Nate Piekos. Young Allan is venturing over the river and through the woods to visit his friend Roderick Usher. Roderick has come a little more unscrewed since they last saw one another, living in a house littered with family corpses, a scared sister and a burly assistant who doesn't like when people snoop.
A sickness resides in the house of Usher.
The tale is equal parts chilling and equal parts intrigue, the sum of which is something that feels both coarse and terrible. Allan quickly realizes he may be in over his head and his friend Roderick might be losing his. There is some instances in the story that feel a little over-narrated, but Corben manages to make sure there's enough of an unknown that the reader isn't having their hand held.
Corben's art is fantastic here, blending disfigured corpses and somewhat disfigured humans.
The residence is completely eerie and there are some panels of Allan struggling through the landscape that aren't fully shown; the fact that Corben can do this and the reader still feels the death in the house is the sign of a great artist.
Panels are full of imagery that depicts sorrow, sadness and death, fueling the story's despair.
If you've ever read Richard Corben before, you have a good idea of what you're going to get. Fortunately, he doesn't disappoint here, taking a classic by someone who could have easily been his best friend in life in Edgar Allan Poe. Edgar Allan Poe's The Fall of the House of Usher 1 is the start of a great adaptation that will have both Poe and horror fans ready for more.The narrator flees the house.
As he escapes, the entire house cracks along the break in the frame and crumbles to the ground. Analysis “The Fall of the House of Usher” possesses the quintessential -features of the Gothic tale: a haunted house, dreary landscape, mysterious sickness, and doubled personality.
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