REVIEW: Ink #1
Book Title: INK
Book Description: A tattoo artist believes he is living in a dreamland, well more like nightmare when he is burdened with a life or death task.
Book Author: Greg Moquin
Book Format: Paperback
Publisher - Orgnization: Seer Nova Comics
Illustrator: Adam Fields
- Interior Art(4)
- Cover Art(4)
INK is an interesting read that really made me wish issue 1 was longer. Issue 1 is a short read, about half a standard comic length. The story is well laid out and plotted for a short issue, but you’re just left with so many questions! Also, the shortness leaves less to be reviewed, so I’m really anticipating issue 2!
INK is about a tattoo artist who inherits a key tattoo from a stranger. He has to travel to a remote location after receiving the tattoo within 3-days, or he dies. The concept and ending really have me hooked and I can’t wait for more.
We’re not given many details beyond what I already said so there’s not a lot to dive into and review. But, as I said, Moquin does a good job setting the basics down in a very short page count. Fields’ art is solid and certainly added to the story.
I look forward to seeing where issue 2 of INK takes us!