Tortured Life

Richard is having a bad year. He’s lost his job, lost his girlfriend, put on weight… and developed the ability to see the deaths of everyone around him. Plagued by horrific premonitions, he decides to end it all, but there are old and powerful forces at work that have their own plans for his brainpower. Pitched into a world of eldritch horror that lurks just beneath the surface of London’s civilized veneer, the only chance Richard has of finding peace is to unravel the mysteries of his own past. He’s having a really, really bad year.

“Tortured Life is very reminiscent of the best Clive Barker stories while maintaining a gruesome, organ-spewing style all its own.”

Starburst

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“Tortured Life is very reminiscent of the best Clive Barker stories while maintaining a gruesome, organ-spewing style all its own.”

Starburst
Book Type

E-Book

Author(s)

Dan Watters, Neil Gibson

Artist(s)

Caspar Wijngaard, Jan Wijngaard

Lettering

Jim Campbell

Publication Year

2015

Publisher

TPub Comics

Pages

165

The Bloodyman become instantly iconic. Reading it will be reminiscent of “The Empire Strikes Back” where Darth Vader attempts to pull Luke over to the dark side of the force. But it’s not some, half-witted rip off. The Bloodyman happens to be someone or thing with his own agenda… The sad thing about “Tortured Life” is that eventually it comes to an end. However, this means its done its job by leaving you wanting more.

Review Fix

[Tortured Life] cuts off your train of thought and leaves your mind crashed and wondering what just happened — in a good way, of course.

Comic Bulletin

The sad thing about Tortured Life is that it eventually comes to an end

Review Fix

Tortured Life is very reminiscent of the best Clive Barker stories while maintaining a gruesome, organ-spewing style all its own.

Starburst