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Crecent City Monsters: Pay attention to this!!


https://www.dreamfurycomics.com/


I stumbled into a new time sink last night: a new web comic that has the trifecta- compelling story, vivid characters, deep and astounding inkwork.

Dream Fury Comics is producing Crecent City Monsters. Releasing pages in a serialized format, there are only 17 currently published. Perfect time to get in on the ground floor of an up and coming ‘before it was cool’- though I can promise it is already cool.

It is difficult to go into detail this early in a series without just spoiling every page. Jonas, deep south magic user and band frontman heads to a gig, axe in hand (nice metaphor), and is accosted by dozens of some bizarre creatures. The Owl and Crow outside his ma’s house warn him of evil entering our dimension. Jonas has the hunger of a teenager to get out and kick any asses keeping him from his band or girl.

I look forward to where this will go.

Comments

  1. Hey thanks for the review! I'm glad you're enjoying the story so far. At page 17 you're at the cusp of where the action picks up. So hold tight things are about to get bloody!

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    1. channel the power of your inner Bow Tie Killer (ala Problem Child) and release the BLOOOOOOD!

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