Marcus Muller, creator of the King of the Unknown, was kind enough to be the first to review Midnight Mystery stories "Nature of the Beast" and "Burning Bride of Calcutta".
"If you long for the days of classic horror where vampires were known for looking like ghoulish Noseferatu of the night instead of glittered cover models, and if you prefer your stories a bit on the pulpy side to enjoy while you sip on your day old cold black coffee and puff on your stale cigarettes, then “Midnight Mystery” is the comic for you."
"In Bernie’s work you get the shapely figure work you find in a Tartakovsky production along with the bold brush work of a Darwyn Cooke comic. It’s an interesting style to behold, and you may find yourself reading through Ezekiel King’s adventures again just to get another look at the beautiful art that accompanies his macabre case files."
You can read Marcus' full review here.