“STAY AWAKE #2” – Comic Review

Plot; Isaac Banks, a psychologist is forced to revisit the cases of three of his former patients, when a detective reveals that each have died under suspicious circumstances.

Isaac Banks, a clinical Psychologist specialising in CBT- Cognitive behavioural therapy, has his professional career turned on its head when a revelation regarding his former patients is revealed.

Detective Lane, is running the investigation into the suspicious deaths of Isaac Banks former patients.


Second case of Dr. Banks case involves a Jeremy Richardson, who seems to be suffering from “early dementia”. However in reality it’s more like a possession, items that once belong to someone that passes away can get attached to that item. It’s like a way of staying within the realm of the living. And sometimes it can be a evil entity.

It’s quite sad for a grandpa to lose a grandson, especially when it seems to come at the worst of times. It could be a way of the deceased to acknowledge their presence, and then there’s the cat and mouse side.

This is a nice take on the paranormal side of grief and not being able to let go of something tragic. Because eventually you just never know what may linger once a problem is removed.

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AfterLight Comics

ABOUT AFTERLIGHT COMICS

We are an Independent British Comics Publisher based in Liverpool, England. Established by Writer/Founder Joseph Oliveira in 2017.

FOUNDER – JOSEPH OLIVEIRA [BAFTA – NOMINATED FILMAKER]

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