PACK 3: Temperance

(1 customer review)

$7.50

PACK 3: Temperance

  • 36 pages.
  • Full color
  • 70-lb gloss paper
  • 2 guest art spotlights. 

In PACK 3: Temperance, the secret behind Temperance the Great Dane’s blinking “crown”—a technological marvel embedded into his skull—is revealed. The shocking truth about why he joined the PACK is uncovered. The crumbling fabric of this neighborhood affects a local youth and the rookie cop trying to watch over him, even as the powers that be brand the vigilantes of the PACK Public Enemy #1.

Written by Lynsey G. Illustrated by Jayel Draco. Lettered by Cardinal Rae. Partial inks by Jeff Foulsham. Flats by Flattsquat. Based on an original concept by Jayel Draco & Daniel Bockrath. Featuring guest art by: Q Yoneda and Yukidogzombie.

150 in stock

Description

Each member of this PACK of 6 stray dogs—and 1 stray man—has a story. 

Highly intelligent and withdrawn, Temperance the Great Dane is an enigma to his packmates. The technological device implanted into the back of his head doesn’t hurt him, but he won’t let anyone touch it. Where did it come from, and what does it do? All Patience and the other dogs know is that he keeps returning to a run-down building in a gentrifying neighborhood.

Meanwhile, Officer James MacHaggert wrestles with the knowledge that his assistance set the PACK of vigilantes on a deadly path. Now he must decide if he’ll protect himself with silence, or turn them in to his superiors.

PACK is a vigilante-noir urban-drama comic book about canine vigilantes and their stray man who roam the streets of Brooklyn, putting bad guys under the fang. But good and bad aren’t so easily defined, and crime doesn’t stop at the street level.

 

Additional information

Weight 3.6 oz
Dimensions 10.25 × 6.5 × .125 in

1 review for PACK 3: Temperance

  1. Bonnie Watson

    This particular series was new to me. I’m used to a fantasy type genre. But this modern tale cleverly woven around certain characters was refreshing. From a mangy bunch of stray dogs with each a backstory to themselves, to police force trying to “do the right thing”, to simple civilians trying to survive ~ I totally became engrossed in each of their lives. The artwork is stunning! There is so much to take in and a lot of details put into the backgrounds to flesh out each scene. Once I started reading, I couldn’t stop. Then I went back and enjoyed the hard work dedicated to each page. And I can relate. I’m an artist, too. This is definitely worth a read if you’re looking for a story that’s different and drawing close to some good action coming!

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