Feeding Ground is not only a horror story, but also serves as commentary on the issue of illegal immigrants that cross into the U.S. along the Mexico-Arizona border. This provocative tale by Swifty Lang, Michael Lapinski and Christopher Mangun is being collected into hardcover (both in English and Spanish editions) and will be available at local comic book stores and wherever books are sold in a few weeks, but reviews have already started to pop up. Kitty’s Pryde recently posted a nice review. They write:
“The use of genre as a filter for examining social matters always runs the risk of cloaking said matters in banality, but in Feeding Ground‘s case, I’m pleased to say that the authors did an overall good job of striking a balance between using the horror narrative as entertainment and as an abstraction of real-world issues.”
You can read the rest of the review here.