Enemies of the State #006 – When I Arrived at the Castle by Emily Carroll

Enemies of the State is a monthly virtual book club discussion on a recently published comic, featuring a rotating cast of comics critics.

Episode #6 of Enemies of the State features commentary on Emily Carroll’s When I Arrived at the Castle, published by Koyama Press in 2019. Carroll is well known for her horror webcomics which use formal inventiveness to startle and unsettle readers. When I Arrived at the Castle is an erotic, skincrawling gothic horror fashioned around the Bram Stoker classic Dracula.

The cast for this episode includes the following critics:

  • Alex Hoffman of SOLRAD / Sequential State
  • Daniel Elkin of SOLRAD / Your Chicken Enemy
  • Phillipe Leblanc of the Comics Beat
  • Sara L. Jewell, freelance critic
  • and Rob Clough, of SOLRAD / High Low

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