Review: Stray Dogs #3

Written by Tony Fleecs
Art by Trish Forstner
Colors by Brad Simpson
Layout artist: Tone Rodriguez

Under the farmhouse, something rots. And no matter how well they’re trained, dogs will be dogs. Now they’ve uncovered something that can’t just be buried again.

This is the issue of Stray Dogs that absolutely broke me. I cried. Twice. Because this issue hit me SO hard. Brace yourself, because it’ll hit you hard as well.

I cannot begin to explain how good this series is. The connection to the dogs. The mystery slowly unveiling itself and holding the tension for the readers throughout. Something that can bring me to tears TWICE in an issue really has some power to it.

Seeing it all unfold in front of my eyes in this stunning artwork really hammered the nail into the coffin for me. I’ve said it before, but there’s so much cuteness to the art style, that it really has a jarring juxtaposition with the darkness at play. And that is very true of this issue as well.

Don’t miss issue three of Stray Dogs, but have the tissues on hand. It’s a rough one.

-Angel

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