By Garrett Hanneken
A man makes a deal with the devil, a classic scenario that always turns out poorly. Which is, unfortunately, how I felt about this issue. The Curse of Brimstone has the potential to be a roaring fire, but by the end of it, I felt a spark of something that could’ve been better.
The Curse of Brimstone begins with a city on the verge of becoming a ghost town and in it lies our main character, Joe Chamberlain. Joe is down on his luck. He has no money, he has no job, his car is breaking down, and his father is on disability. Things sure don’t look well for Joe, but he hopes things will pick up after he hitches a ride with a mysterious stranger. A stranger who promises to “fix” Joe’s disdain for the town that brought him nothing but misery. Read More