In walks Gamut to the dark fiction game with a hardcore line up under its weighty belt. You have a mix of top notch surreal and bizarre fiction that goes for horror and beyond, poetry that made me read over a few times, pondering the uneasy feelings brought about and articles about the paranormal and life reflection.
To sum up a definition, Gamut means the complete range or scope of something, and let me tell you, this issue delivers with an extensive range of genre-crossing content.
Some shorts that stood out for me were Love Story, An Exorcism where that invisible friend may become more than you expect; Any Corpse, wait 'till you see what the name means; Etch the Unthinkable gives a new meaning to evil clown; The Cold Boy where you never know when your property is fishing for you; and The Bubblegum Man where sometimes evil in life can be worse than the evil that helps destroy it.
All in all, this is a great first issue and I hope to see many more in the months to come.
*Note, review is based almost solely on fiction.