Writer: Cavan Scott
Artist: Corin Howell
Colorist: Triona Farell
Letterer: Andworld Design
Designer: Tim Daniel
Cover A: Corin Howell
Cover B: Nathan Gooden
Cover C: Rebekah Isaacs
On Sale: 8/19/2020
Worried your partner is cheating? Need a missing person found? Gina Meyers is the Private Investigator for you. Sure, she’s a witch who worries that her powers make her more of a monster than the crooks she’s trying to catch, but it’s not like London’s criminal underworld is literally going to hell… is it? Spy craft meets black magic in the shadowy world of MI666
Let me start by saying this: “spy craft meets black magic” is now officially one of my favorite things.
Shadow Service #1 is everything you could want out of a comic: magic, mystery, gore, talking rats. Cavan Scott has written an exceptionally fun story within a dark and fascinating world. Gina is an absolute badass that you can’t help but love immediately.
The art is spectacular as well. Beautiful, magical, and gory. The art by Corin Howell is imaginative and fun, and complimented gorgeously by Triona Farell’s colors.
Another smash hit from Vault Comics, but I’m not surprised. They have brilliant creative teams and give us some of the best stories in the industry right now. Grab your copy of Shadow Services #1 tomorrow and let me know what you think!
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