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The Dark Muse # 1 - Birth, Comic book review (SPOILERS)
post Jul 13 2011, 07:20 AM
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The Dark Muse # 1 - Birth
Publisher: Norman J. Wilson
Creator/Author/Artistic Photographer: Norman J. Wilson
Creative Director/Partner/Make-up: Melanie Richards
Make-up: Michelle Parezanovic
Technical Assistant: Chriss Duncan
Victim # 3, Melpomene, The Dark Muse: Kat Krawczuk
The Vampire Queen: Paulina
The Young Vampire: Jennifer McElmon
The Doll: "Cecilia" by Jacqui Gallant
The Punished One: Michelle Parezanovic
Coven Vixen # 1: Emily Hill
Coven Vixen # 2: Nicki Dennis
Victim # 1: Vanessa Roodzant
Victim # 2: Amanda Eagles
Price: $ 4.00 Can to download
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Website: www.njw.ca

Comments: The photo style art right away captivates your attention. We see in photos some beautiful young women. From the way they are acting you can feel the tension. There is something wrong here. The build up starts as you read and follow along in photos you begin to feel their fear.
Vicki is shown beautifully as a lovely and sexy victim. The setting as we see her is breathtaking. A vision of beauty but also one of horror.
The way colors are blended with the real photos gives this comic a unique look.
Evelyn one of the vampires is shown feeding and it is a gruesome sight. The wound she has on her face is a colorful gory mess. She is a fright to behold.
A spell check was needed for this comic.
The Queen vampire has a sexy deadly presence. All in black she presents an ominous presence.
Katie now there is definitely something off about her. She has changed. Melpomene, The Dark Muse now stands revealed for all to see. She has a mission and nothing will stop her.
The darkness of this comic comes through easily. If you love vampires and a high sense of evil with some hope mixed in you'll love this comic. And of course a touch of the erotic. The characters all stand out and will have you following their every word and move.
The artistic art style though is what really makes this comic stand out. Its different and new and wonderfully to see.

Richard Vasseur

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