Imagine if every kind of monster ever appeared on Earth could be explained (and treated) as a disease: this is the initial basis on which Witch Doctor starts, a comic where fantasy and horror are closely interwoven with medicine, reconsidering nightmare creatures under a more biological point of view. Main character of this thrilling miniseries is doctor Vincent Morrow, helped by his assistants, Eric Gast and Penelope Dreadful.
I love doctor Morrow since his absolutely awesome appearence in the first pages, and I’ll never stop being grateful to my sis for find this fantastic comic. If you love horror, lovecraftian subjects and fantasy revisited with a clinical eye then I strongly suggest you Witch Doctor. Its only flaw is that at the moment the title shows a not really comforting flat encephalogram because the lack of notice about future issues. And this made me think it could not continue in the future (it would disappoint me a lot TT-TT!).
At the present time my life seems to me like a bloody roller coaster: funny but too much changing. News I want to share in this month journal: I’m absolutely disappointed with my last drawings; I decided to remedy drawing a lot, and for this reason I thought to join different challenges (we’ll see if this has been a good idea or not, and if I’ll have the patiente to finish what has been started); lastly, my fencing society have started to study sword and buckler, which I love but it’s really hard
Nothing further to add. I hope you are all okay, I’ve heard no word of some of you for quite some time (I like to chat: remember, I’m here if you want to make small talk (: )
‘Any fool knows men and women think differently at times, but the biggest difference is this. Men forget, but never forgive; women forgive, but never forget.’ (Thom Merrilyn - The Wheel of Time)