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Review: The President Killed my Dog

  • Title: The President Killed My Dog
  • Written by Chris Kostecka
  • Art by Dietrich Smith
  • Paperback – comic
  • Publisher: Bad Aura
  • Genre(s): comic book
  • My Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

* I was given a first edition copy of this comic by the author, Chris Kostecka.

Synopsis

Mary hoards everything including memories. She thinks her dog Cindy is the beautiful child she could never bring into this world. They do everything together. One day, a car accident leaves Cindy injured and Mary quickly unravels loosing her remaining links to reality. Cindy’s death breaks Mary and she seeks vengeance upon the president and his family. She wants them to suffer like she has suffered. Will she succeed or fail?

My Review

I starting reading comic books because my husband reads them.  I’m glad he got me into them because they have opened up a whole new genre of reading fun for me.  I read this particular comic because the author contacted me about it and I’m glad I read it.

The plot of this comic is one that is relatable to me.  I am a huge animal lover and I would do anything for my pets.  If I was to go through the same experience as the main character, I would probably be thinking the same thing but I wouldn’t be able to act on my desires.

I was also really impressed with the artwork by Dietrich Smith.  The artwork conveyed the stories tone without a sense of being overly dramatic.  This comic book has me intrigued and I am hoping for more in this series.

Happy reading!!!!

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Author:

I was a bibliophile before I learned the alphabet. From an early age I have used books to relieve the pressures of reality. I was I teenager before I appreciated the learning power of books. Now, as an adult, I read books for both learning and relaxation.

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