Peril In Panels Volume 7: Dead Winter

“Rest easy, comrade. You’re off the clock now. Your shift is over.”

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Hello, hello, hello and welcome to the latest edition of Peril In Panels*, this time we’ll be taking on the daunting task of discussing the webcomic Dead Winter by Dave Shabet,
a delightful romp through the zombie apocalypse. My name is Jonathan Kruschack and I’ll once again be your guide to all things comics. I’ll be doin’ my best to show you what stands out from the rest (hey, that’s a good line). And trust me when I say that this is not just another zombie apocalypse story. This is a shining example of a well thought-out, interesting, and over all good zombie story, in a sea of mediocre-to-good ones. But let’s put a pin in that point for a minute and talk about the comic’s plot, characters and creator. Continue reading

Peril In Panels Volume 5: Kraven’s Last Hunt

This is probably the most difficult PIP article I’ve had to write.
It is infuriatingly difficult to express myself in regards to this story.

Perception, murder, suicide, fear, bitter rivals, courage, honour, rats, love, tight pants
and the soul of a Russian aristocrat. All this and more are what makes “Kraven’s Last Hunt” a fantastic piece of sequential art.

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