Who Needs the Moon #2 (Todd McCullough/Digital) – Review

Posted on November 7, 2013


Who Needs the Moon #2 (Todd McCullough/Digital)
Decapitated Dan: No… seriously no, stop reading this right now, and just go read this book. Then you can come back and understand why I am about to turn into waterfall of high praise for this book. I have to start with the GORE-Geous artwork. This book reminds me of some of the best European books I have ever seen: Koma, Whispers in the Walls, Daffodil, and Sky Doll. I think that Todd’s style stands toe to toe with the artists on those books. It’s just not a style you see in American Comics. The highlight in the artwork, and I know it’s silly to point out unless you  have seen it, are the smells. It plays with the werewolf concept on a different level, and it shines. With how great the artwork is the story has a lot to keep up with here, and it does a damn fine job of doing so. The concept is great, and everything is just building up to something amazing. Praise is all I have for this book, and it will probably continue on and on for each issue. You are really doing yourself a disservice by not reading Who Need the Moon. – Dying Breath 5.0 out of 5.0

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