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Art by Joshua Luna
Cover by Joshua Luna
Size: 0 pages
This comic, however sporadically it is released (due to Joshua Luna doing every job in this comic), is excellent. Any problems I had from the first issue are gone, such as the faces looking slightly off in a couple of scenes, and characters looking the same.
The horror aspects of this issue show off Luna’s art, and there are some very shocking moments throughout (as well as some a couple of amusing panels). The reveal from issue 2 is the main plot here, but we don’t find out much more about what it is, or more importantly, why. I’m sure we will find out more in the future, but at times in this issue I would have liked a bit more information about what was happening. The drug plot from the first issue links in very nicely though, as Sam attempts to kill two birds with one stone. No doubt this will backfire in some way, but it’s a very good cliffhanger to leave us on.
Sam’s OCD comes out strongly with Tay, and Sam’s panic really comes across to the reader on this page. Luna’s expressions on his characters are very good, and there are some excellent horror panels, showing that Luna hasn’t lost his grasp of horror since Girls. There are equally great character moments from Sam (that come across both from the writing and the art), that connect us more to him. The only things I wish this comic could be is more regular, and longer, which is hardly a complaint.
Art: 4 - Very Good