Horror Comic Review: Sgt. Werewolf Vol. 1

Without spoiling, we review, “Sgt. Werewolf Vol.1” Horror comic created by Rich Woodall & friends! A story of a Sgt. and his squad facing Nazis in an alternate history of World War II where the Nazis have modified paranormal creatures to help them. Th comic book is full of horror, action, and interesting characters.

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Imagine Wolfenstein meets Werewolf Captain America with Frankenstein atmosphere. That’s how creative the horror comic Sgt. Werewolf Vol. 1 is. It’s not just another werewolf comic, it has the World War II sci-fi backdrop along with paranormal aspect to the hero and many creepy enemies face by his squad.

 The story starts with soldiers of Allied Forces entering a castle that seems like an important hideout of the Nazis. When they enter the place, it seems like there are experiments going on in there. After facing many supernatural creatures, they find themselves at the core of the castle and that’s when we see the birth of a werewolf that uses Sergeant as a host to come back to the world, and it leaves Sgt. With supernatural beastly strength to help him in his mission. Together the squad tries to destroy the Nazi forces of the castle and in the meanwhile, we also get to see many supernatural things & experiments happening behind the scenes as our heroes are busy fighting scary enemies in the castle.

  The horror comic has horror from the start as the soldiers enter the castle which harbors the enemies along with many supernatural experiments there which they face bravely but the fear of unexpected paranormal creatures is shown realistically. The Nazi leader shown is also scary as he reminds us of a Vampire. The horror comic starts with a creepy tone like that of Wolfenstein, then it becomes like a superhero horror film when we see the Sgt. Werewolf fighting the evil forces, and the way the comic ends feels like a cool superhero movie, with potential for many more issues. It has some situational comedy, and funny dialogues too but it never does it on purpose and feels pretty natural as it never collides with the horror and action focus.

 The horror comic has a lot of content within its 32 pages (or 56 pages for some editions) as it utilizes every page to tell as much information and show as much action as possible. This makes the comic feel satisfying as you get to see a lot of horror and action happening with the given amount of pages. The best thing about the comic is that it ends without having a cliffhanger, and still makes you feel excited to see what the comic creators come up with next.  This makes the horror comic a great standalone story and feels like a supernatural incident in an alternate universe of World War II.

 The art style is perfect as it feels historical, and portrays that era well. The faces, buildings, expressions, cloths, and even the way paranormal creatures are shown is realistic and believable. There’s a lot of gore, violence as the comic deals with a war setting, as well as creature horror. It has moderate bad words to show anger in some scenes along with actual Nazi flags to have historical accuracy. It has no nudity, or suggestive themes as there’s no place for such things in a castle invasion so it’s not forced unnecessarily.

 Overall, the horror comic Sgt. Werewolf Vol. 1 is filled with World War II action, creepy supernatural creatures, a lovable squad of soldiers with their super cool Sergeant who happens to become a werewolf for the betterment of mankind and fight the war against evil forces who have started using supernatural experiments to increase the threat to humanity. Despite having 32 / 56 pages, the horror comic delivers plenty of entertainment and thrills to make it worth the price. A must have for anyone interested in horror stories with World War II setting and sci-fi superhero twist.

Connect with the Creator and get yourself a copy:

Twitter of Rich Woodall

FaceBook Page

Rich Woodall Patreon (Sgt. Werewolf)

Rich Woodall YouTube

Kickstarter Legacy / Archive Page

Credits (From Comic Collector Live Page):

Lawrence BassoArtist
Dana BlackArtist
Dan DrewArtist
Mark FioravanteArtist
Chris KempleArtist
Jeff LaChanceArtist
Craig RousseauArtist
Joseph SchmalkeArtist
Ed SmithArtist
Frankie B. WashingtonArtist
Mark WelserArtist
Charles Paul “C.P.” Wilson IIIArtist
Rich WoodallArtist
Jarrett MelendezWriter
Rich WoodallWriter

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