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Saturday, October 12, 2013

Comic Review: Ghosted #3 by Joshua Williamson

Ghosted #3
Story By: Joshua Williamson
Art By: Goran Sudzuka
Art By: Miroslav Mrva
Cover By: Sean Phillips
Price: $2.99
Diamond ID: JUL130524
Published: September 11, 2013
Image Comics
At dusk, murderers rise from the shadows of the Trask mansion… can Jackson T. Winters and his crew steal a ghost before night falls?

Business is picking up in this third issue of Ghosted. Once the gang figures out they need an artifact from the wealthy weirdo who hired them, they organize a heist that has them breaking into the old bugger's mansion.

Jackson, the leader of the mish-mash gang of ghost hunters, distracts the old man and his ... bed mates, all while his crew try to figure out how to steal a mask purported to have voodoo powers--and looks spooky as sh*t, too.

With one job done, they head back to the super-haunted Trask mansion, still only during the day, since no one evidently makes it out alive at night. And then--Things. Get. Weird.

Three issues in, I've developed a bit of an affinity for the art style. It's simple, a bit retro in its approach, and the character designs are all pretty idyllic and well-suited for their personalities. There are a couple panels, specifically with facial expressions, that come off a little cheesy, but those are minor complaints for a series that seems to be hitting its groove with this issue.

And it leaves off in such a way that I'm really curious to see where the fourth issue leads

Review: Ghosted #2
Review: Ghosted #1
4 1/2 Sheep

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