REVIEW: Colin Undead
Book Title: Colin Undead
Book Description: The tells the tale of a boy who lost his dog Colin, who then returns and becomes an undead hound.
Book Author: Steven McCumaskey
Book Format: Paperback
Publisher - Orgnization: Envision Comics
Illustrator: Steven McCumaskey
- Interior Art(3.5)
- Cover Art(3.5)
The artwork on the cover and the interior is well done. Black and white books come and go in when the author wants to tell the story in a certain way. This book was no exception. The thing with black and white is that it can hide details, in this case the artwork, while well done, does not show much in detail except where the blood is concerned, which is colored red for emphasis, and brings the undead actions of the dog home.
The story is short which is ok, zombies are not something I gravitate too but the cover piqued my interest enough to check it out. Written in a rhyme format there are only 1 or 2 text boxes per cell. Making the focus on the artwork not the story I find the story on it’s own a little lacking, and needing the artwork to make it work. Overall this makes for a quick enjoyable read for those who like the zombie genre!
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