Books Horror YA

The Nightmare Brigade by: Frank Thillez [book review]

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The Nightmare Brigade

Book: The Nightmare Brigade

Author: Frank Thillez

Published: February 22, 2022

Publisher: Papercutz

Genre: YA Horror comic

Pages: 112

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About The Nightmare Brigade

The Nightmare Brigade follows Professor Angus who leads the dream team. His two sidekicks, 14-year old’s Esteban and Tristan, have one goal. They want to help people get rid of their worst nightmare. Thankfully they have unique skills where they can enter dreams and figure out the root of the problem. Things are shaken up a bit when they meet Sarah. It seems like they have seen her before. To make matters worse an insomniac is invading other’s nightmares. How is he doing it?

The Nightmare Brigade

What I thought

So, most of you know that it’s very unusual for me to be talking about a comic book. Not so much about horror though. I’m actually really glad that the publishers contacted me about it because I have been wanting to read more comics. It has been on my mind a lot lately especially since I know there are some good ones out there.

I mainly said yes to this book because I’m starting to realize that I love horror that revolves around dreams. It would make sense though considering The Nightmare on Elm Street is one of the first horror movies I started with.

I shouldn’t have taken so long to actually get to The Nightmare Brigade because it was really good. The Nightmare Brigade mostly follows two teenage boys who can enter people’s dreams. In those dreams they have their own abilities to make going through dreams easier. I thought that was an awesome touch to it.

The story is very well done and fast paced. It keeps you interested throughout the entire book. On the top of that the main characters are loveable and are very well done.

My only issue is that when they go into a second dream I didn’t really realize that they were in another which lead me to having to read that part over again. I just wish there was a bit more warning.

Despite that I still really enjoyed this book. My rating is five stars and suggest this to those who may have enjoyed Dreamfall by Amy Plum.

If you’re wanting more YA horror books, then you can find that here.

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