The Red Mother #7
Written by Jeremy Haun
Art by Danny Luckert
Letters by Ed Dukeshire
The Rundown: Daisy continues to settle into her new life in England, but the reach of the Red Mother is long.
Daisy is settling into her new life and has even made a connection with Ian. Unfortunately, even chance encounters with people hint at a connection to the Red Mother. A connection that seems to be infiltrating more and more of her life.
When she finds herself having difficult with her current job, she has a dark run in with her boss and the stress triggers visions she thought were over. As Daisy tries to put those things behind her, the threat of the Red Mother rises again.
The Story: I continue to enjoy the slow burn of this story. Jeremy Haun does an amazing job of building this world while engaging the reader to care about the characters, especially Daisy. Her journey continues to be fascinating and the story keeps adding new and interesting twists throughout that add to the mystery surrounding both Daisy and the Red Mother. This is a really well told story that has an awesome cliffhanger that makes me excited for what comes next.
The Art: Danny Luckert’s art is brilliant. Every page is a beautifully detailed build up to the cliffhanger and each page gives the reader insight into Daisy as a character and the creeping menace of the people around her, especially Leland. The scene of him just sitting in a chair with his back to Daisy speaks to the hidden danger of the man. A great looking issue.