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REVIEW: Fangs and Foul Play 

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REVIEW: Fangs and Foul Play 

Book Title: Fangs and Foul Play

Book Description: A man lost in a snowstorm stumbles upon an empty mansion, but there is a nefarious feline that lives there, and he is about to fall under it's spell.

Book Author: L.K. Ingino

Book Format: Paperback

Publisher - Orgnization: HEADLESS GNOMES

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Illustrator: Alex Guenther

  • Story
    (3)
  • Interior Art
    (3.8)
  • Cover Art
    (3.8)
  • Dialogue
    (3.7)
  • Mechanics
    (3.5)
  • Editing
    (4)
3.6

Summary

Fangs and Foul Play is short, at only 14 pages it wastes no time getting to the point. However I feel that jumping in so quick has a drawback. Since we have no knowledge about the man’s character or personality it’s hard to care about him. On the other hand it is an easy straightforward tale. The “monster” in the abandoned house being a sapient feline is interesting, and it’s comical how he wants to give the human a pet name like milkshake.
I would have liked if they had actually made the comic a bit longer so we could see what happens when a victim is brought to the cat.
The artwork is well done, although the paneling is a bit bland. The premise of the story is intriguing but it feels like not a lot really happens. Therefore I think the biggest drawback is that they cut it short at 14 pages.
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