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The Butcher of Banner Cross Part Two: Meat is Murder

The Butcher of Banner Cross Part Two: Meat is Murder

by Craig Daley
     
 

Meat is Murder is the second of three issues in the story 'The Butcher of Banner Cross.This 32 page black, white and red comic is the fourth title in CDComics Surreal Murder Mystery Series.This comic is a macabre whodunit with some dark humour and all the clues to solve this supernatural murder mystery are in the pages of the comic, but expect the the unexpected

Overview

Meat is Murder is the second of three issues in the story 'The Butcher of Banner Cross.This 32 page black, white and red comic is the fourth title in CDComics Surreal Murder Mystery Series.This comic is a macabre whodunit with some dark humour and all the clues to solve this supernatural murder mystery are in the pages of the comic, but expect the the unexpected this is a surreal murder mystery.In 2006 a series of gruesome murder take place in Banner Cross. The police are baffled and their investigation is complicated by the arrival of Watkins an Agent from the Office of Paradoxical and Unnatural Security (OPUS). Or rather it's complicated by Watkins involving Punchline, an investigator who specialises in the paranormal, who after visiting the crime scene of the second murder declares that the killer isn't human.Part Two: Meat is Murder includes the third and fourth murders by the killer who dismembers the victims bodies and takes their internal organs and follows the continuing investigations of the Police, Watkins and Punchline.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940045367424
Publisher:
Craig Daley
Publication date:
10/23/2013
Series:
Butcher of Banner Cross , #2
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
4 MB

Meet the Author

It's all about the narrative, whether it's a Surreal Murder Mystery, Pulp Fiction or Heroic escapades, my artwork allows the story to be told. My influence and inspiriation comes from Rod Serling's Twilight Zone, Nigel Kneale's Quatermass, Edgar Allan Poe, the comics of Lee and Kirby with everything else I've ever seen or heard mixed in, Humour within the surreal, macabre and bizarre often simply the twists that end the stories, the punchline is all important.

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