With a slew of murders, sightings of giant winged creatures, and a creeping madness taking over the populace of Ireland, a young girl's tales of soul-stealing monsters may have more relevance than anyone could have ever imagined.
The Hunt #3 continues our journey with Orla's as her priorities change. Now she's searching, trying to piece the puzzle together. At the same time we are doing the same thing with limited information. Colin Lorimer's story continues to evolve without abandoning what makes it a good story. He knows how to set the mood with his characters to bring out the reaction he wants from us as readers. His art also continues to provide me with ideas that I hope aren't true. The monsters he uses aren't extremely complex, but they're scary enough to where you wouldn't want to bump into them. Joana Lafuente gives us a world full of life and death with her colors. Less tinting is used in this issue, but she really brings it home in the last few pages. Read Full Review
This is a terrible review. I don't know how to make it good though, because reading The Hunt just puts me into a happy mood where I want to gush over it and not care that what I have to say is half-baked nonsense. Read Full Review
'The Hunt' escalates the conflict between Orla and the dark forces that have haunted her life. A grandmother in serious condition, a kidnapped brother, a precarious situation hanging by a magic spell, and Orla's deep into enemy territory. 'The Hunt' keeps getting better and the payoff is right around the corner. It's a beautifully illustrated story of suspense that deserves your attention. Read Full Review