Lunar Lodge #1

Dark Horse Comics

Written by Tyler Marceca

Art by Mirko Colak

Colors by Bryan Valenza

Letters by Frank Cvetkovic

The Rundown: A vet follows his wife to a secluded lodge that is harboring a dangerous secret.

Veterinarian Rob Moreland is having a hard time professionally and bills are starting to pile up. When he gets a call from the Lunar Lodge to confirm his wife’s stay, Rob knows something is off and wants to know why she lied to him.

Taking desperate measures to track his wife after she leaves for her trip, Rob makes his way to the lodge only to discover that they are fully booked. When he sneaks in later, he discovers something he wasn’t expecting. Something most likely related to the upcoming full moon.

The Story: Maresca crafts an entertaining and engaging first issue with some great suspense and an interesting underlying mystery. While many of the elements feel familiar, the fact that the story is grounded in the interpersonal relationship makes the first issue compelling as it leads to its surprising cliffhanger.

The Art: Colak delivers some beautifully detailed art in the issue that does a fantastic job of creating and drawing the reader into this world visually.

Lunar Lodge #1



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