Home Sick Pilots #13 is published by Image Comics, written by Dan Watters and illustrated by Casper Wijngaard.
Issue #13 is available now either directly from Image Comics or from your local comic book store. Digital copies are available to download from the usual content providers.
Hell on Earth will rise if the final ghost cannot be quieted… …which is rather a lot for the Pilots to be managing, as a band that struggles with three-chord songs.
In this issue we find Ripp and the other living ghosts searching the hidden tunnels for the final ghost, the last piece of the puzzle that will help Ami defeat Meg and her weaponised ghosts, but is Ripp ready to face the ghost she was locked up for a reason and unleashing her could make things worse but it’s the only option and must be done.
Home Sick Pilots has never been for me a straight up horror series, it it much more than that Dan Watters has created a story arc that not only has edge of the seat horror but it has an emotional spine running through the story making the characters relatable and making the story feel personal. The complete story has been gripping from the beginning and a story that first blew my mind as I was not expecting what was in store, Home Sick Pilots was my top comic series of last year and it continues to be carrying on into this year.
Casper Wijngaard brings back the dramatic illustrations that have captivated me from the very first issue. The dramatic art and bold colours make the comic hypnotic and once you pick it up you won’t want to put it down. The creative team involved make this story better each time and I can see this carrying on and I don’t want it to end.
Straight up full marks for Home Sick Pilots this month. Without doubt the best story arc out there at the moment. I have enjoyed every issue so far and look forward to see where the creative team go next.