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Misty Paperback – 8 Sep 2016
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About the Author
Pat Mills is the creator and first editor of 2000AD. For the Galaxy's Greatest Comic, he is the writer and co-creator of ABC Warriors, Finn, Flesh, Nemesis the Warlock and Slaine. He also developed Judge Dredd and helped write one of the early Dredd serials, The Cursed Earth.
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The first story is Moonchild by Pat Mills and John Armstrong
Inspired by Stephen King’s Carrie It follows Rosemary Black a girl with a crescent moon scar on her forehead who develops strange powers. Her oppressive, abusive mother claims it is wickedness in her, while she also has to deal with nasty bullies in school. Although inspired by Carrie it's different enough to keep the twists a surprise and has some great atmospheric panels. Unfortunately because of Armstrong's use of thin lines the art appears faded in some places, it may distract a little, but it is a minor quibble and really doesn't take much away from the enjoyment of the story.
The second story is The Four Faces of Eve written by Malcolm Shaw with art by Brian Delaney
It is a mysterious story about Eve, a girl who has amnesia, but then has nightmares about a girl dying. As she tries to unravel the mystery she also finds she has a connection to two other dead girls too. It s fast paced and gorgeous art by Brian Delaney. This reprint is more faithful, including the title and recap box for every episode.
Along with the stories there are two crafty features which are a nice addition, a foreword from Pat Mills and profiles of the creators in the back.
It is a very nice produced book, fans of Misty should be happy and for new readers there is lovely artwork and satisfying supernatural stories.