REVIEW: Packs of the Low Country #4

Packs of the Low Country #4

Written by John Dudley @jdudley006
Art by Don Cardenas @DonCardenasArt
Colour art by Mark Dale @pleurgh
Letters by Jon Westhoff @anti_drummer
Colour flat assist Drew Browne @TheDrewBrowne

Let’s judge this book by its cover… Hard to judge this cover as it doesn’t have anything to judge. Four silhouettes in maybe a monsters mouth. Not too sure what it’s meant to be.

After an invasion from the ‘Connect’ psionic looking creatures that take over human minds and bend them to their will Dr Beach created a human wolf hybrid to help fight the creatures, unfortunately the newly empowered werewolf known as Baker joined forces with the connect and is planning an attack against Beach and his people. Needing a new weapon Beach has harnessed the powers of a woman named Helena who can generate psionic forces and created a second hybrid.

I’m not going to lie, I was hoping that title that this was going to be a horror book but it’s more sci-fi, and that’s not really for me. That said it’s still a great idea and the art isn’t bad. The pacing is a little slow. This book might have been better had it been a four-part mini.

This one gets 3 stars from me.

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