Dusk Vol. 1
Written by David Doub
Pencils by Maki Naro, Jerry Gonzales, Franc Czuba
Inks by Chris Scott, Jerry Gonzales
Letters by Jaymes Reed
A newly turned vampire must resist his own unnatural urges in order to save his wifeâ€™s life. A chance encounter with a private investigator leads to a reunion between a vampire hunter and the husband sheâ€™d almost forgotten. A teenâ€™s mystical dalliances place a curse on his school that few, if any, may survive.
These are the tales of Dusk, David Doubâ€™s independently published Gothic horror comic. Collected in this trade paperback volume are the first four issues of the black & white series, created and written by Doub, illustrated by Maki Naro, Jerry Gonzales, Franc Czuba, and Chris Scott, and lettered by Jaymes Reed.
This was a difficult review for me to pin down. Typically, I have a prevailing feeling after finishing a given book that will guide me through the process of writing about it, but in this case, I was left very much in limbo. I have negative things to say, yet I canâ€™t bring myself to give a wholly bad review. I have positive things to say, yet Iâ€™d be remiss if I just fluffed it and went on my way. So, Iâ€™m going to try something new…
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