Published on July 6th, 2014 | by Richard Boom
Review: Calavera #1
Calavera is about a fun loving 80’s rocker chick, who mysteriously )a story for another time’ falls to her death in 1989 only to be awaken in the year 2012, on a rooftop amidst burning bodies!
She discovers soon that she is now essentially a super powered zombie, deteriorating day by day, and sharing her body with a mysterious demonic -yet Pluse One for the good side of demons- yet still incredibly happy to still have her old leather jacket.
Nevin Arnold cooked up some wierd characters and made it boil into a sizzling zombie-story so far, that is for sure. Calavera is -despite her eerie style fashion and her odd hair-don’t- a captivating persona, a strong character with enough wit, charm and brass balls to make her an intriguing feature character.
So when all the zombies come walking around, the demon in Calavera’s head starts asking for her help, an evil Necromaster is set to disrupt the year 2012, we know that there is going to be an intriguing story in front of us with Calavera leading the way!
Nevin Arnold created, wrote, drew, colored and lettered this comic and although you will not be getting Marvel or DC-quality artwork, you WILL be entertained and intrigued!
Print and Digital copies available now on www.HangmanComics.ca , as well as the killer Deluxe Edition. Digital Edition also now available on Amazon