King of the Hill, or: About as Stealthy as ‘Alulcard’ and ‘Dr. Acula’

The A.V. Club has:

I’ve been meaning to read “Locke & Key” for ages; perhaps this will provide the impetus.

See also:

What I find most interesting from the A.V. Club interview? Being able to contextualize Hill in how he references Whedon, Brian K. Vaughan, and others. We see him as a writer aware of his pop culture peers and who can use them as touchstones for techniques and perspectives.

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