Praise for Sparrow & Crowe

“Dark and freshly twisted, Sparrow & Crowe is full of great story, great characters and more awesome demon possessions than you can shake a crucifix at. Accampo, Rogers and Souza have given the world something that’s one part The Exorcist, one part Elmore Leonard, and one part something all their own. Glad I picked this up!”
— Scott Snyder (American Vampire, Batman, Swamp Thing)

“The most refreshing aspect of this indie title by David Accampo and Jeremy Rogers is that, even though it’s a horror story with detective elements, the tone isn’t soaked in red and black, which helps the actual horror moments pop.”

“In the tradition of Hellblazer and Twin Peaks, the sunny exterior masks a dark and deeply weird Los Angeles.”
— Gabriel Hardman (Secret Avengers, Exile on the Planet of the Apes

“Everyone should check out Sparrow and Crowe… Quite a unique book.”
— JH Williams III (Batwoman)

“A twisted romp through the evil that lurks around every corner in the City of Angels. ”
— Corinna Bechko (Heathentown, Betrayal of the Planet of the Apes)

“A haunting paranormal whodunit. Your nightmares are about to get a whole lot scarier.”

“Suspenseful and creepy, a slice of supernatural noir”
— Caroline Pruett,

“[Jared] Souza’s art is something totally original and a breath of fresh air. It’s the first time in years that I’ve seen a punch to the face in a comic, and it just felt brutal.” 

“This trips my occult-noir fix. I loved the original audio-drama-podcast, so reading Sparrow & Crowe was like meeting old friends at the crossroads of The Exorcist and Chinatown. Dr. Xander Crowe is my patron saint of sardonicism. I’ll always be faithful.”
— Joshua Alan Doetsch (Strangeness in the Proportion)

Sparrow & Crowe will keep you engaged in Doctor Xander Crowe’s struggles against the sometimes literal demons of his past whether you’re a fan of Wormwood, horror stories, mysteries, or just damn good writing.”

One thought on “Praise for Sparrow & Crowe

  1. Hey Guys I have recently rediscovers Wormwood, and i find my self Loving it all over again. The Series one of the best on the web for sure is was said when I heard about the graphic novel, but as you guys put it can be a risk, but I am sure it would have been epic.

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