Walls of Eryx
Welcome! You've found it! Here at long last is where you can actually purchase Walls of Eryx, written and Drawn by Sam Battin!
This comic is currently available on:
- Digital Download - now available on its own page at Comixology! Link here! https://www.comixology.com/Walls-of-Eryx/digital-comic/261600
Q: Have you already bought or read this comic?
What's it about? It's based on a short story written by H.P. Lovecraft himself. This story lives in the public domain, and it's a straight up adventure knife that twists your entrails as only H.P. Lovecraft can. Experience a crystal discovery and appropriation conglomerate on Venus in the far flung future, and a lone employee who ventures into the Venusian wilderness in search of energy sources for a civilization that's dying for more power. He's heard rumors of things living out there, but all that talk about those tentacle organs being in any way psychic is just balderdash and drunk stories.
Below is a preview of Walls of Eryx. Begin your experience by clicking the first image, then use your arrow keys to navigate! If you're on a mobile, just tap on the right or left of the image.
Wanna Buy this Comic?
So how about it? Are you "sold"?
The digital version of this comic will only cost you 99 cents and it's available now at Comixology! Go here:Walls of Eryx Comic, by H.P. Lovecraft
A Review of Walls of Eryx
That's right! You're a busy man! You don't have enough time to read every comic on the market, and you want to make sure that you're spending your money on the good stuff. That's why you look at reviews! So I found on the web this review of Walls of Eryx. written by Gábor Dajka on July 5, 2017. Before you go and click, though, you should know that the review was written in Hungarian. Here's a link to the English version of the Review of Walls of Eryx.
It was an odd experience, reading this review. I'll give the guy credit, he made some good points and he's way more fluent in English than I am in Hungarian. I liked that he said "The script is a very well thought-out work," I will disagree with him when he says that the art "is the work of a bored, moderately good schoolboy who recently discovered the world of American underground comics." Yeah well for your information my art has improved since middle school. I mean, it really has! Below is a comic I did in 1992, when I was only 22! This is only five years after middle school! Look at the Balloon Man's anatomy in the first panel, then look at the anatomy in the 2013 Walls of Eryx. Yeah, I thought so.
No, I'm not Frank Frazetta, I know. But my art has improved since middle school (if not much else has...).
Anyway, I have a serious appreciation for Mr. Dajka's review. He was sincere in his criticism, and I bet he said the things he did because he wanted the comic to be better than it was, so there's no fault in that.