Review by: vadamowens

Size: pages
Price: 3.99

The idea that the body becomes lighter after death due to soul departure has always been fascinating to me.  I was originally exposed to the idea of it with the movie “21 grams” and truly found interest in the concept of how the body has an noticable change once life has left it.  Being raised Christian conservative and learning metaphysics in college, these issues may be more provactive to me than the average agnostic Joe. 

That being said, Unknown is playing with this idea in the form of a clever murder/mystery story involving a gifted female detective that will be deceased within the forseeable future.  A malignant tumor has surfaced in her brain, which has caused to her to helucinate for which she takes pills to slightly subdue.  

The story’s background centers around the research of a doctor from the late 1800’s/early 1900’s that was attempting to prove that the weight of the human body decreased after said human had expired.  This has lead our protagonist and a somewhat randomly chosen partner into a series of events that have been fun and highly entertaining.  I’m confident this will make a good trade.

Story: 4 - Very Good
Art: 4 - Very Good

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