From the get go, it begins with an eerie awakening: a fireman. One of America's heroes finds himself in a hot and uncomfortable place. What is it? He unzips himself from the body bag and stumbles through the halls of the morgue. None of these facts really alarm him, or even flag his attention, because he has been through something that is making his mind hazy. There's only one thing on his mind... Food.
I realized I was enjoying myself before I really got that deep into the comic. I mean, it's not everyday that a comic begins with a guy waking up in a body bag. The art in this comic is on point. It was odd because it seemed anatomically correct, but still different from most comics that shoot for realism. The darkness adds an appeal that I can't explain and the introduction to the characters, though short lived, was awesome. This comic is so different from most comics in the genre that I felt like I was reading something entirely new, which is a treat when you've read as much material as I have. Definitely worth picking up. In fact, I'm literally waiting for the next comic in this series. Tell me what you think downstairs. Mixed Drinks