RICH REVIEWS: Doctor Crowe # 1
Title: Doctor Crowe # 1
Publisher: 215 Ink
Written by: Corey Fryia
Pictures: Tony Gregori, Felipe Cunha, Matt Horak
Colors: Josh Jensen, Jasen Smith, Doug Garback & Mark Dale
Letters: Taylor Esposito
Cover Art: Garry Brown
Cover Colors: Doug Garbark
Doctor Crowe Created by: Corey Fryia and Matt Horak
Price: $ 3.99 US
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Comments: “Dreamwaker” The colors are great. The art style is like for a young child. The people are drawn plain, the more expensive backgrounds do have some details in them. The Doctor does know what he is doing in saving people that need his help. Setting the place where this takes place adds to the overall story.
“Till Death Do Us Part” The use of red glasses and cape jump right out at you. Nicely drawn setting inside the tomb. This story brings across the idea that Doctor Crowe is an adventurer and a man with a good heart.
“Wretched” Doctor Crowe has a patient and he does get to treat him. Things do not turn out for the best. The patient has some nice close ups where he is well drawn. Doctor Crowe though is not shown well. He does though send a wretched soul to their final resting place. It is nice to see the Doctor here without his crow mask so you know he is really a person and not a human crow creature.
The Doctor does get involved in a number of different supernatural situations. It would be nice to know a little more about who he is and why he does what he does.
The Doctor is the cure just make sure your not the disease.