It’s been a while since I’ve brought you a Big Dog Ink title and I am super excited to finally share Ursa Minor #2 with all of you! Do y’all remember the premise in this series?
Werewolves kill the president. Vampires step forward to help. Ringing any bells? If not, well then you should have been paying better attention. Heck, y’all should own issue 1 by now. I’m going to leave that up to you though and tell you all about issue 2.
The Good : Tom Hutchinson doesn’t disappoint in his storytelling. In this issue, he gives us hints as to Naomi’s background and fills us in more on the relationships between the different characters. Tom has taken what has been done before (the battles between Supernatural creatures) and spins it in such a way that I’m almost thankful this was a digital copy or I’d have surely ripped it trying to turn the pages faster.
Not to be left out, Ian Snyder (pencils), Sony Merbitt (inks) and Luis Guerrero (colors) knock the art out of the park. Too often, supernatural beings have a tendency to look fake and flipping (ok, scrolling) through this book, I was very impressed with how natural they have made the supernatural look.
The Bad : This book has already been out for two weeks and from my understanding is selling better than cheese at a mouse convention. Why is this bad? Only because if you don’t hurry up and snag it, you may be out of luck. Which reminds me to email my comic book guy tonight. I want this to go with my issue 1.
The Summary : If you’re into the supernatural, kick ass girls with mysterious pasts, really good storytelling or fantastic art, really you don’t need me to tell you to get thee to a comic book store. You’ve already gone and been reading and re-reading this book, wishing September were here so that you could have issue 3 in your hands.
Not sure where to pick up this book? Well, I’m sure that Tom and the crew over at Big Dog Ink would more than happily help you find a local comic book store or an online retailer to help you out. If Facebook is more your thing, go check out their page and give them a like.
I received a copy of this book in exchange for this review. All thoughts, comments and drool over this book are totally and 100% mine. Nobody else had better be drooling on my keyboard. 😉