Monica turns to her father for help after she is attacked in the forest, yet nothing is what it seems. Was she actually hurt? As she begins to have nightmares about the violent encounter, something monstrous begins to stir within her…
From the signature style of Storm King Comics and Mr. John Carperter’s vision, here comes a teenage werewolf story that captures the imagination of horror fans of werewolf lore. After the initial introduction of the characters, Monica, her father and the creepy werewolf of the forest in the first issue, this second issue focuses on the nightmares, safety and humor aspect of the story. Monica and her father escaped the hustle of the city to live quietly in a county town after the demise of Monica’s mother. Monica encounters a werewolf in the forest and from there, her life changes and she starts having nightmares about the incident. We see nightmares which are pretty scary and there’s also some scenes where we see animals being attacked. The attacks on a horse in the neighborhood make Monica’s father want to have a gun for safety from any dangerous predator that’s out hunting animals. The scenario which includes a humorous dialogue that create some nonpolitical humor of whether we should have guns or not.
The art style of the graphics is as beautiful and gripping as the first issue of the comic and of course, other Storm King comics. The character development part is already done in the first issue, so this one has better and somewhat normal conversations between Monica and her father that are great to see. The bond between father and daughter here seems to be a key element for the future issues of the series, besides the threat of a dangerous werewolf in the county town. Like the first issue, this one ends on a high note and it will be interesting to see how the story unfolds in the future issues.
Overall, for horror fans that love werewolf stories and eerie art style, this issue, along with the first one of Monica Bleue would be a great source of entertainment and thrills. The story and characters are akin to any horror TV show or a Hollywood movie. For the given price, there is a lot of satisfaction to be had from this well made 30 paged horror comic.
Info and purchase links:
Buy autographed copy here (Released on January 8th, 2020)
Our Review of the first issue: Horror Comic Review: John Carpenter Presents Storm Kids Monica Bleue: A Werewolf Story Issue #1
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