Comic Book Reviews - Creepy Scarlet Volume #1 Review Review
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volume #1. It’s 2011 and a girl from town named Lisa becomes unknowingly involved in an ongoing struggle for power as Scarlett comes to her rescue from the hands of the serial killer, Pumpkinface. After Lisa is then captured, Scarlett must head into town and faces the return of her nemesis Vincent Priest, head of the Red Sun, a group that seeks to control the power that Scarlett protects.
We then head back to 1968 as Scarlett unwittingly unleashes a horde of zombies into town and must put aside her hatred to rescue the townsfolk.
Scarlet is a strong female character who can put both the living and the undead in a refrigerator if the time calls for it. The book is an interesting take on the horror and action genres and the story has a mysterious quality that readers will find intriguing. Buchan does an amazing job with the script. I love the entrenched humor and wit that enhances each character’s dialogue. His writing keeps readers invested in the characters. The artwork is great and is packed with colorful action packed fight scenes.
This comic is a wonderful example of why 2012 is the year of the indie creator. Creepy Scarlet is a great read and will keep readers coming back for more.Creepy Scarlet, evil, Felipe Sanhueza Marambio, Graeme Buchan, indie comics, indie creators, J.C. Grande, Jessica Jimerson, Last Sunset Comics, Ozzy Longoria, super heroines, undead, zombies
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