PACK 2: Kindness
36 pages. 3 chapter title full-page illustrations, 2 guest art spotlights, and more.
Welcome to PACK 2: Kindness, where you’ll get a closer look at Patience and the Dogs of Virtue in the story of Kindness the pit bull. Join these gritty vigilantes that they prowl the dark streets of Brooklyn night, and put crime under the fang.
Written by Lynsey G. Illustrated by Jayel Draco. Lettered by Cardinal Rae. Flats by Flattsquat. Based on an original concept by Jayel Draco & Daniel Bockrath. Featuring guest art by: Renamecard and Shadowind.
240 in stock
Each member of this PACK of 6 stray dogs—and 1 stray man—has a story.
Kindness is usually sweet and mild, but his occasional outbursts of extreme viciousness tell a tale of trauma, vengeance, and redemption. He was raised as a family dog in a loving home…but the good times didn’t last. Kidnapped and forced to fight for survival, Kindness found his own way out. A PACK of vigilantes took him in, and now he helps them put crime under the fang.
PACK is a 7-part comic book series that tells the gritty tale of vigilante dogs on the streets of Brooklyn, where gentrification is king, corruption runs deep, and the only way to stay safe is to assume everyone is on the take. There’s a blurry line between hero and villain in these dark times, but to the PACK it’s simple: Theirs is the only acceptable violence.
But their vigilantism draws attention from the wrong places. Politicians, city planners, press, and police are closing in, looking to end the PACK’s reign of brutal justice. Soon, one rookie cop must try choose a side before it’s too late…
|Dimensions||10.25 × 6.5 × .125 in|
Against the backdrop of a rapidly gentrifying Brooklyn, Patience and 6 heroic street dogs take on corruption, violence, and the pain of being seen as expendable in a city you love. It’s tough on the heart sometimes, but it has an ethical backbone that makes you believe in the cause.
Patience and his pack pull no punches when delivering vengeance to those who have wronged his Brooklyn neighborhood. They say there are no good guys…but there are those still doing good.