"The horror series, from the deliciously twisted minds of Nick Doan and Daniele Serra, is sure to invoke plenty of 'oohs' and 'ughs' from its readers. Steve Niles and Ben Templesmith, eat your hearts out – you’ve got new cellmates in the crazy bin." - Josh Wigler, WizardUniverse.com
Monday, July 7, 2008
Damn I love Ricardo Juarez!
This week on Pray For Death: Jenkins gets attitude from a forensic, Smith does something stupid and Ricardo Juarez complicates things even more! Check it out at the usual place, http://www.zudacomics.com/pray_for_death
Detective Abigail Jenkins earned the public's praise when she "solved" one of the most ruthless serial killer crimes in decades. However, numerous inconsistencies in her reports led to an Internal Affairs inquiry. The Mayor ordered Internal Affairs to stop scrutinizing Jenkins in order to give the media what it wanted - a hero. With the adoration of the community and the contempt of her peers, Detective Jenkins continues to investigate the major serial killer crimes that come her way.
Her latest assignment brings her to a brutal crime scene with an ominous message written in blood. The clues at the crime scene start to come together for Detective Jenkins. Not only does this killer use religious imagery in his slayings, but he also has a fetish for nearly getting caught.
After the killer narrowly escapes the scene of a second crime in the same day, Detective Jenkins discovers a young boy in the home of the murdered couple. The boy is of no relation to the victims and is unable to speak a word after the horrors he has seen.