Snarl

Something sinister is killing people in a Washington State Park. Is it animal? Is it Supernatural? When all the evidence points to the unexplained a veteran detective will have to go against all of his training to solve the unsolvable before it’s too late!

“I guess when the facts don’t add up, you need to open your mind to other possibilities.”

Kids, I would like to talk with you for a minute here. I know technology is hard. I know we’re all trees, and we need to return to nature. That said, you never left nature. You don’t need to go out into the middle of nowhere because your cell phone makes you sad. You know who’s worth listening to? Native Americans. They’re pretty cool, I mean we stole this land from them, sent them Small Pox blankets, and they’ll still talk to us. They have every right to take this land back.

So have your precious Burning Man. Go into the wilderness and do drugs. Just be careful, because drugs are scary and there’s a lot of shit out there that we as humans can’t really process yet.

What I’m saying is, watch out for that Snarl! True change must come from within, look at yourself deep. But for God’s sake, be careful.

This was a really cool comic book, and I look forward more issues! Kelly, Bender, Jensen, and Myers all got together and made something cool. Their combination of names also sounds like a song. KellyBenderJensenMyersJinglehimerSchmidt, his name was my name too! And whenever I go out, the people always shout there goes…you know the rest.

Alterna comics publishes comic books, they picked a name so clever that Google keeps trying to guess “alternative press”. Look at their website.

Geek-o-Rama received a copy of this book for the purpose of this review. All thoughts, comments and opinions are those of the individual reviewer.

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