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Locke & Key, Vol. 2: Head Games - Joe Hill, Gabriel Rodríguez Summary: The plot thickens for the Locke children when little Bode finds a key that lets him open his head and display his memories. Meanwhile, the mysterious evil known as Dodge ingratiates himself further with family members while continuing to spin a web of murder and manipulation.

Verdict: Welcome to Lovecraft it's not.

Yay!: The head key is an interesting device and leads to some neat drawings. In Dodge's hands, it's a dangerous weapon. Some scary mayhem continues and more secrets from the past are partially revealed. Watching Dodge worm his way closer to the Locke family is highly creepy.

Nay!: While the first story arc was full of violence and suspense, this one feels like it's just laying the groundwork for the next one. You have to read it to continue with the series, though, which I think will be worth the time.