Little Nightmares by John Shackleford

Little Nightmares

Dive deeper into the terrifying and unpredictable world of one of the most hotly-anticipated games of 2017, with an all-new comics adventure based on the strikingly haunting indie horror! A nine-year old girl named Six is kidnapped from her home and taken to work in The Maw - a surreal underwater resort that caters to the whims of the powerful elite, and where everything is built to towering and frightening proportions. The Maw is a grim feeding ...

Details Little Nightmares

TitleLittle Nightmares
Release DateDec 5th, 2017
PublisherTitan Comics
GenreHorror, Graphic Novels Comics, Sequential Art, Graphic Novels

Reviews Little Nightmares

  • Hannah Greendale
    Nine-year-old Six is kidnapped and forced to work in The Maw – a terrifying realm of wicked creatures. When fate affords a chance at freedom, Six runs away and begins a harrowing journey home. Along the way Six encounters fellow survivors. Huddled beside a campfire, Six settles in to hear their stories of succumbing to fear and being captured.In terms of visual interest, Little Nightmares succeeds at conveying a dreary world of grotesque beings...
  • Caitlin
    Little Nightmares is the story of a young girl trapped deep in the bowels of a nightmarish prison. Waking up in her cell, she decides to make her escape and is hampered by the attempts of her jailers to return her to her cell (or bring her to new, worse places) and the constant hunger that haunts her every step. As the game continues, small pieces of this dark, mysterious world are revealed as the player and Six try to make their way out. It is a...
  • Cacky Clay
    This reminded me of slam poetry. Some of it was beautiful, but it made absolutely no sense.
  • Tera Slawson
    Meh... It looked creepy. But it was hard to understand. Not looking forward to part two.
  • Spot
    think it could be cool....but didnt really grab me