In 1947, hard-boiled police detective Tom Fraley was murdered by a vicious serial killer. Now, in 2013, someone is replicating that killer's pattern. Fraley's spirit returns to hunt down the criminal and take vengeance for his own death.
Overall, it was impressive for a first issue it had excitement and everything fell together. Between the great writing that V.J. Boyd and Justin Boyd and the way Christian DiBari brought such a well done art atmosphere. Onward with two interesting and complicated main characters with stunning back-story, I have to say this is a comic book series worth the read, and I can say it was the comic book I enjoy the most this week. Read Full Review
In the end, the issue feels a touch longer than it should; but bearing in mind how far the story gets in this limited space, it's impressive that the chapter reads as smoothly as it does. Between the versatile writing and the atmospheric art, “Ghost Cop” is an altogether surprising little read, drawing us in with two interesting and complicated main characters and already showing a bit of thematic depth. It's not perfect, but this mournful, intricate first issue is definitely worth checking out. Read Full Review
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