This, the second issue of the series offers some added insight into our protagonist’s plight and showcases a darker and perhaps eviler side of him, but despite this, there are still so many questions left to be answered. While often having questions at the beginning of a comic series, novel, or film can be a good thing, I still find myself searching for the story and asking, “What’s going on here?” It feels to me like each time a door opens, another closes, and I questioned whether I was missing the point or had somehow overlooked something, but I don’t think that’s the case.

Although there was a good deal of blood, guts, and bugs, Regression #2 didn’t have nearly the same visual impact that Issue #1 had. Is this the comic’s fault? I don’t know. Issue #1 came out swinging in terms of being visually unsettling and left quite an impression on me. I went into my reading of Regression #2 expecting to be shocked, and that just didn’t happen.

Regression #2 didn’t work for me, as it wasn’t nearly as intense as I had hoped it would be.

Still, I am going to continue reading the series because I believe that it is going to be great. I see this issue as a bit of a misstep, but am confident that it will soon find its way back to being an awesome series.

Regression #2
The Bottom Line
I'm unsure of whether I went into my reading of this issue expecting too much, but for me, it just didn't work. I'm hoping though that this issue is only a speed bump of sorts, and before long, we'll be back on track.
Still has the potential to be amazing
We learn more, but not enough
Lacked the 'Wow' factor that Issue #1 had