- Isolated on the farthest frontier of civilization, nocturnal monsters stalk
Captain Zoe and the crew of Mars Base Bowie. Lines are drawn and loyalties are tested as dissent grows within the ranks. Faced with mutiny, death, and dishonor; Zoe must sacrifice her humanity if she hopes to survive.
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Dogs of Mars based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
If only a lower rating were possible. I thought the synopsis on this sounded interesting. I've liked the space/horror genre my whole life and this sounded right up my alley. Sadly, its abysmal. First, the art. While I appreciate many kinds of art, it still needs to match the subject matter and be coherent. Here its nearly impossible to understand what is going on from panel to panel and page to page. At times I think it might've been easier to understand if the pages were blank except for word balloons. Unfortunately, the word balloons don't do enough to help the art either. The story makes little to no sense and seems like the ideas of a stoner's 2am ramblings. The other huge issue is the over-saturation of the color red. Its everywhere and completely makes nearly every page harder to comprehend. Image Comics has found some of the best talent and comics in the past 20 years, this is the opposite.