The Shadow Out of Time - H.P. Lovecraft & I.N.J Culbard

Yet another adaption by Culbard of a Lovecraft story of the same name, and I continue to enjoy them despite the horrible binding job of the book and the egotistical autobio blurb Culbard gives. The art and color are solid as usual and I think this work translated to the comic medium well--which isn't always the case--and even thought that if there were to be a film version of the tale, then this should be the basis (and maybe that was always the hope, but if it does happen, please make the polyps more menacing (you'll learn about them soon enough)). The story itself is about a professor that is trying to come to terms with a period of his life that he does not recall--except in vague, terrifying dreams--and uncover the mystery behind it all. Nicely done.