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Review of Wulf & Batsy Issue #1

Hurray for free comics! Over at Comixology I found myself a free vampire comic – Wulf & Batsy Issue #1. It looked like a quirky fun little read so of course I had to check it out (plus it helped that it was free). Check out my review below.

Description:

“Wulf and Batsy chronicles the adventures of a big bad Werewolf named Wulf and a feisty little Vampiress named Batsy. They are wandering the earth in search of a place to call home. But everywhere they go, they eat people, and get run out of town.

It’s not an easy thing to be a monster.”

Written by: Bryan Baugh

Art by: Bryan Baugh

Art: 3 out of 5
I had some pretty mixed feelings when it came to the artwork. Some of the panels were absolutely fantastic, while others were just cringe-worthy. The thing was that the monsters in the comic were drawn awesomely, whereas some of the people were poorly proportioned and deformed looking – like something a 10-year- old would draw. So yeah, mixed feelings on the art front.

Story: 2 out of 5
There really wasn’t much of a story at all in this issue. It’s simply a vampire and a werewolf stopping in a small town, looking for a place to settle, when the townsfolk get all panicked about monsters and then go after the wolf and vamp. Nothing more. Perhaps things get a bit or innovative and dramatic in future issues, but this one was pretty dull and unoriginal. But hey, it was free.

Overall, Wulf & Batsy wasn’t really a memorable comic and not one I will continue reading. I’m afraid the first issue didn’t capture my attention. But if you’re looking for a quick and free read I’d say go at it.

– Moonlight

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Moonlight • November 7, 2012


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