Title: Moonshine #11
Publisher: Image Comics
Writer: Brian Azzarello
Art & Colors: Edward Risso
Letters & Design: Jared M. Flectcher
Cover: Edward Risso; Rafael Grampa
What happens when you drop a werewolf into a confined prison space? Moonshine #11 answers this question. It answers with bloody and gory fashion. It takes no prisoners or eats them if you will. The whole sequence sets in motion a man hunt. The hunt ends one of the story’s most pivotal characters. We are glad they met their end, but not in the way we thought it would. Azzarello is building this series to it’s potential end at issue #12. I’ve only got a couple of issues under my belt into this series so I’m missing some of the back story with family. The grand daughter and grand mother dialog and scene is very intense. The characters are morning their losses. Risso provides such a fantastic environment for such a gritty story it’s not hard to keep your eyes glued to the lights and darks. It’s surely some of the creepiest werewolf tales I’ve seen in awhile. Here’s to hoping issue 12 isn’t the last. I personally would like to the book at the beginning.