Buried treasures. Everyone likes finding one. It can be a small thing like finding money in your jeans pocket. Or it can be something more valuable and more dangerous. Secrets and treasures continue to appear in the dark and exotic alien mystery Storm Dogs #3.
WRITTEN BY: David Hine
ART BY: Doug Braithwaite
RELEASE: 13 February 13
Writer David Hine continues his and Doug Braithwaite’s well thought out space odyssey as the Investigation Unit literally digs deeper into the murders. This issue spotlights another member of the team who is more than muscle.
The theme of digging runs throughout the book. Caves, secret alliances, secrets, and revelations to the real worth of the planet Amaranth are slowly coming into focus. The pacing works quite effectively and Braithwaite’s gritty art matches up beautifully with the story. The bleakness of the planet and its inhabitants makes the reader feel like they are right there.
I am in to see how this mystery resolves and this is only the half way point! Hine’s story is keeping me guessing and that always makes me want more. Catch up to the Space Dogs before it’s too late.
Reviewed By: Your Friendly Neighborhood Brady
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