Regression, Vol. 1 by Cullen Bunn

Regression, Vol. 1

Plagued by ghastly waking nightmares, Adrian reluctantly agrees to past life regression hypnotherapy. As his consciousness is cast back through time, Adrian witnesses a scene of horrific debauchery and diabolism. Waking, he is more unsettled than before, and with good reason--something has followed him back. Adrian descends into a world of occult conspiracy, mystery, reincarnation, and insanity from which there is no escape.CULLEN BUNN (Harrow Co...


Details Regression, Vol. 1

TitleRegression, Vol. 1
ISBN9781534303379
Author
Release DateNov 21st, 2017
PublisherImage Comics
LanguageEnglish
GenreSequential Art, Comics, Graphic Novels, Horror
Rating

Reviews Regression, Vol. 1

  • Sam Quixote
    1970-01-01
    Haunted by waking nightmares and at his wits’ end, Asian Tom Hiddleston-lookalike Adrian goes to see a past life regression hypnotist in an effort to find peace of mind. Except the session only opens the door for something wicked to enter our world… !Though the premise reminded me of the underrated late ‘90s Kevin Bacon movie A Stir of Echoes, Cullen Bunn and Danny Luckert’s Regression is different enough to be its own thing – and it’...
  • Mad Tom
    1970-01-01
    Adrian Padilla has gory, macabre, sometimes deeply erotic hallucinations. He undergoes regressive hypnosis to figure them out. While the exact cause of his hallucinations is intentionally vague, the surrounding mystery and writing are pretty fantastic and the artwork is eerie and exquisite. My only complaint is Molly’s characterization: her blind complacency to help a friend who’s dangerously mentally ill and, in my opinion, enabling them, do...
  • Chad
    1970-01-01
    A man suffering from waking nightmares goes to a hypnotist for help. The hypnotist wakes a murderer from a past life during regression therapy and people start dying off. There's also some cult involved and a lot of body horror involving insects. I found the story uninteresting, too slowly paced, and the art subpar. I expected a lot more from the author of 6th Gun and Harrow County.Received an advanced copy from Image and Edelweiss in exchange fo...
  • Molly
    1970-01-01
    Bunn really jumps right into the story, not providing a lot of background or preamble. It's not quite clear at the end of this volume exactly what is going on with our protagonist, Adrian, but I am definitely interested enough to keep reading the series. The epilogue for this collection is what really got me, though - I didn't realize that Bunn's dad was a hypnotist, or that Bunn was once featured as the 'world's youngest hypnotist'. For me, that...
  • -RadioActiveBookWorm-
    1970-01-01
    Goodreads Synopsis:Plagued by ghastly waking nightmares, Adrian reluctantly agrees to past life regression hypnotherapy. As his consciousness is cast back through time, Adrian witnesses a scene of horrific debauchery and diabolism. Waking, he is more unsettled than before, and with good reason--something has followed him back. Adrian descends into a world of occult conspiracy, mystery, reincarnation, and insanity from which there is no escape.CUL...
  • Annie Slasher (Booked & Loaded)
    1970-01-01
    This is an original review from Booked & Loaded Horror books are always subjective. So many times horror works - or don't work - based on your own fears. Sometimes, horror books touch on topics that make us uncomfortable and snag on our secret insecurities. Often, I feel how one reacts to horror often reveals more about a person then how they react to a love story. That being said, Regression is not a shock-and-awe type of horror comic. This char...
  • FanFiAddict
    1970-01-01
    *First off, thanks to Image Comics for the ARC of Regression, Vol.1: Way Down Deep. I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review.*Adrian Padilla has some pretty terrifying, oft times erotic, hallucinations and nightmares on a daily basis and is pushed to get help by his friend, Molly. After undergoing some life regression hypnotherapy, things become much worse and something from a lifetime before has come back with him. Though Adrian lo...
  • Jamie Connolly
    1970-01-01
    It’s a cool story. It’s only getting off the ground and was still building when the book ended on a cliffhanger. As a reader I didn’t get answers to any questions. Like,” what the hell is going on?” For example. Had I known I probably would have read volume 1 and 2 at the same time, but that doesn’t take any credit away from the story, which is very good. They are hinting at a world from a past life, maybe 16th or 17th century, and so...
  • Angel Hench
    1970-01-01
    Interesting and gory graphic novel about past lives, hypnotism and a hive mind or possession...will have to read Vol. 2 to get the whole picture.
  • Will
    1970-01-01
    Another demonic possession book, only this one has more bugs and the demon is a “past life” of his, which I hate. There are some horrible logic gaps in this and it spends far too much time repeating dream sequences with filler art.