REVIEW: Broken Moon #3

Broken Moon #3
Created by Philip Kim
Written by Steve Niles
Art & colours by Nat Jones
Letters by Marshall Dillon

Let’s judge this book by its cover… So simple and yet so creepy, the detail on the skull is actually really well done. (Check out my review of Issue 1)

When I last left off in issue one (sadly I didn’t get issue two) the few remaining humans were asking the werewolves for their help against the vampires. Now it seems not only do they have the aid of the Werewolves but now the Frankenstein’s army of monsters as well.

The art is simply breathtaking again, so much time has been take. With each panel to make it feel dark and scary. The story itself is very cleaver, the vampires are trying to poison the whole world so that not hung living can survive in it, since the vampires are not alive they would survive while the wolf’s died off. American Gothic Press has some very good titles out right now.

This has stayed strong and is now a 5 star book.

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