Ketner’s art has been spot on since the very beginning and augments the writing even further. Things as simple as a raised eyebrow or a wide-eyed look work in unison with the writing to create an extremely cohesive story and an absolutely enthralling experience. It’s a match made in heaven.
Maybe it’s because I’m training to be a doctor myself, but I find Witch Doctor to be one of the best books out on the market today. Witch Doctor Mal Practice #3 is no exception. The dialogue is smart, the art is luscious, and the story is simply captivating. The only problem I have now is that I don’t know how I’ll survive until the next issue comes out. *sigh*