Horror Comic Review: John Carpenter Presents Storm Kids Monica Bleue: A Werewolf Story Issue #1


Monica Bleue and her father move away to the country to start a new life after the death of her mother. Though she’s not speaking to her dad, she begins to find her way out from her anger and grief in her new surroundings. But while out wandering the forests near their home, she comes face to face with a hidden horror that changes her forever. Steve Niles and Damien Worm bring you Monica Bleue: A Werewolf Story, the first story in the new monthly anthology series, John Carpenter Presents Storm Kids.

Written by Steve Niles, Art by Damien Worm, Lettering by Janice Chiang, Edited by Sandy King & Covers by Damien Worm


Spoiler-Free Review:

Storm King Comics are quite famous for their quality artworks and storylines. Storm Kids, while not for the kids under 13, is more focused on teenage horror stories meant for all horror audience and not just the teens. Monica Bleue is a great example of a well-made comic book that’s a nice take on the werewolf phenomenon.

  The story is about Monica and her dad, who move out of the town. Monica’s mother is no more and we see the portrayal of an angry teenage daughter done well here. There’s a chance of you thinking about Monica’s father being too much of a secretive character as there’s not much information about him. Monica’s friends are left behind as they move to an isolated county, where we see the character development and dynamics of the dad and daughter. The comic takes a huge turn when Monica confront a deadly werewolf in the forest!

 What happens afterwards is the most exciting thing here but the overall journey to the ending of this first issue is as entertaining. The situations and storyline is similar to the horror movies as there’s a lot of things to anticipate here. You wonder about the future of the characters and safety too.

  For the given price, there’s enough content in the 30 paged comic. There are preview pages of the Comic #2 as well, which was released on January 8th, 2020 and we reviewed that issue too. Filled with an intriguing storyline, like-able characters and quality art, this comic book is a treat for the fans of horror genre and those who enjoyed series like Teen Wolf, Twilight, Werewolf Apocalypse, etc. werewolf related stories and lore

Info and purchase links:

Official Website Page

Buy Autographed Copy Here

Our Issue 2 Review: Horror Comic Review: John Carpenter Presents Storm Kids Monica Bleue: A Werewolf Story Issue #2

Twitter of Storm King Comics

Purchase from Graham Crackers.com

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2 thoughts on “Horror Comic Review: John Carpenter Presents Storm Kids Monica Bleue: A Werewolf Story Issue #1

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    1. I agree. I loved Teen Wolf due to the suspense and the usual drama. This one also feels similar to that but not as complicated due to less characters. Would be interesting to see how the future issues expand the story.

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