Review: Angela Della Morte #1

Some thoughts on a new series from Red 5 Comics – Angela Della Morte #1

Angela Della Morte works for Dr. Sibelius, the most brilliant mind of the century. Using a new technology, Sibelius Labs are capable of separate soul from body. Using this tech Angela’s soul can get into other dead host and take control of their bodies in undercover missions. But as the souls travels the void to get into their new receptacles, they must elude a tenebrous lifeform. This creature feeds with the substance of which the soul is made. It is the most dangerous predator in this new ecosystem, and its name is: Death.

Salvador Sanz – Writer, Artist, Cover Artist

First things first. The art is this is amazing. I like the build up to it all. This has a real sense of dread around it all. The basis of evil and the ‘curing’ of those who have this disease.
I like the slow, lonely decent in this. Yes there are two of them, but the monkey doesn’t say much. I like the facial reactions of the monkey though.
This issue doesn’t give us many answers, but it’s still part of the build up – the first act.

I love the art, the moonscapes and the characters are really well done.

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