Thursday, October 22, 2020

Review of "Bad Medicine Killing Moon Part 1," comic

 Review of

Bad Medicine Killing Moon Part 1, comic

Five out of five stars

Great background development

 The story opens with a woman being chased by a bipedal wolf creature that is shot and killed by a police officer during the first day of a full moon. Upon his death, the wolf reverts back to the form of an adult man. This triggers the actions of medical professionals expert in rare and unusual diseases. The victim is wearing the class ring of the high school in Deer Falls, Maine, so the team goes there in an attempt to identify him. It is a small town of about 400 people, but no one claims to know him.

 Oddly, nearly everyone tells them that no one leaves the town, raising an immediate red flag of interest. Since they are disease professionals, the members of the team begin taking blood samples of the Deer Falls population. The members of the team are eccentric at best and downright weird at the worst.

 All of this background development sets the stage for what is clearly going to be a dynamic story. It seems clear that there is a big local secret that is going to have to be discovered and dealt with. I am now on a search for the parts 2 and 3 of the story.

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