When Undercover cop Artie is pipped to the post in the take down of a perp he never imagined he would have to partner up with and mentor the who took his collar.
But when the who is a creature with no memory of who or what it is it makes it even harder for Artie to accept his new partner and role.
In a overly cartoonist world where monsters are apparently accepted without question and everyone speaks in symbols, the story travels along quickly as the fewer questions asked the better.
The art style as first was a little off putting but as you continue to read it fits perfectly in the world created and has a certain charm that makes it more enjoyable with each passing page.
It’s dark and overly shaded panels show a lot of detail.
The idea is silly and easily forgiven when you see the artist, the writer and characters are all having as much fun as the reader. A buddy cop tale with a monsterous twist.
For what could, at first be mistaken as a childish book it quickly becomes more mature as we get into the crime solving aspect of the book with actual police work and bad guy to follow into further issues.
If I’m honest I was quite dismissive of this title as I began, but by the end I was won over and would like to continue this title.
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