Created on June 15, 2012
and written by Category
: Comic Book Reviews
Publisher Name: Dusk Comics
Publisher Website: http://www.duskcomics.com/
Writer: David Doub
Pencils: Sarah Elkins
Number of Pages: 34
Safety Content Label: T+ TEENS AND UP – Appropriate for most readers 13 and up, parents are advised that they might want to read before or with younger children.
Plucky cub reporter Henrietta Tilney sits face to face with
accused mass murderer Lord Beowulf Harwood. An interview she hoped would launch
her writing career soon explodes into a whirlwind of deadly adventure, taking
Tilney and the mysterious Harwood across Victorian London.
The Trials and Tribulations of Miss Tilney is a tale of mystery, murder, dark magic, and adventure which readers will enjoy. Set in the Victorian age, the comic follows aspiring London Times reporter Henrietta Tilney who receives her first assignment which is to interview accused mass murderer Lord Beowulf Hardwood. What appears as a straightforward assignment, turns into the start of an adventure that involves a jail break, fist fighting and a tiger attack on Miss Tilney which ends the issue.
I found the comic to be a great read. David Doub’s writing was great and I like the fact that the main character is a strong female who is ready to handle the task at hand and helps orchestrate the jailbreak of Hardwood and his colleague Dr. Plum. My fellow Womanthology alums Sarah Elkin showcases her wonderful artwork on this book as well as Joamette Gil who did the excellent lettering.
This comic has potential and readers will make a good investment into this series.
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