Frazer Irving has a very engaging visual style that at times seems like it was made specifically to tell the gothic adventures of Klarion. I mean Klarion himself is a perfect example of this as the art does a lovely job of balancing the wide-eyed wonder of the character, with the moments where we see that a line has been crossed, and Klarion is no longer the lost little puppy. I mean there's a lovely reveal panel where we see Klarion puts the fear of death into Billy Beezer. The contrast between what's on the surface, and what lies underneath is also well represented by the character of Mister Melmoth, as the art does a lovely job of making the character look too happy, that one can't help but be perfectly willing to believe the very worst about the character. I mean there's no better way of making a villain unsettling than to plaster a smile on their face, as one is instantly left with the mystery of what lies behind this happy expression. The nightmarish quality of the scene where Bi Read Full Review
Irvings art throughout this series is really on the level of something you could hang in your home (depending on your decorative tastes, of course). It really is what drives me to look forward to each next issue, and I sincerely hope he continues on either an ongoing of Klarion or something along those same lines once this mini series has finished. Read Full Review
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