Story by Jordan Thomas
Art by Clark Bint
Letters by LetterSquid
Graphics by Daniel Gruiit
“Fear. Violence. Mystery. Paranoia. War. Animals. Frank’s deteriorating fast, both physically and mentally. His obsessions and post-traumatic stress are taking their toll as he continues to search for his missing family, whilst becoming more and more distrusting of the world outside the farm as he makes discoveries that raise terrible questions about the fate of his parents and brother.”
It’s been a bit since we’ve been in touch with Frank. If you missed my review of issue one, click here.
There is more going on at the farm than just Frank struggling with his PTSD after the war. Something very dark, and very sinister, is looming. The psychological horrors wage war on not only Frank, but on readers as well, subjecting us to the nightmarish and unsettling visions that plague Frank. I’m curious to see where this story is going.
Clark Bint does some wonderful things with the artwork. Angles that add to the unsettling story. Atmosphere that gets darker when danger is near, immediately putting readers on the edge of their seats. There is a particular panel that creates an image that looks like Frank is in the palm of a massive hand and I’m obsessed with it. It’s a haunting mystery and so beautifully represented visually. The lettering is well done, too.
Grab issue two of Frank at Home on the Farm this week!