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“Divine Illness” Issue #1

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Description:

A world forsaken by humans, animals now live in their image. A religious fanatic thinks he found the key to eternal happiness and peace: to bring about utter suffering. Animals will once again become their former selves…. In the most painful way possible.

Author/Artist Info:

This story was written and illustrated by Tatiana McCrea. Pope started to take over script writing after issue #3.

Comic specs:

Age recommendation: 18+ for violent imagery, gore and disturbing content.

Printed on 70# high bright paper.

Saddle stitched.

22 page count.

Shipping Timeframes:

~ 3 Weeks

Issue number:

#1

Series:

Divine Illness / Strawberry Blood

Return Policy:

BeetleMilk makes every effort to accommodate all returns and refund requests. If there is an issue with your order, please let us know at contact@beetlemilk.com

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Dylan Rhine
Waiting with bated breath.

I ordered this and Road Kill Club and both comics came in a nice sleek plastic container with a cardboard backing. I keep them in these little containers so they don't become damaged by air or anything. It's very nice. The pages are thick, with a nice hand fell. They feel good when reading and flip easily. Style and story are subjective, but the comic is very Beetlemilk in style. Classic pastels spring out whenever they can and help make a twisted world even, slightly more twisted. The story is very dialogue packed, but moved very quickly. The pacing is very great, and you're never left sitting to wonder what is happening. Plus the mysteries will leave you wanting more.

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Dylan Rhine
Waiting with bated breath.

I ordered this and Road Kill Club and both comics came in a nice sleek plastic container with a cardboard backing. I keep them in these little containers so they don't become damaged by air or anything. It's very nice. The pages are thick, with a nice hand fell. They feel good when reading and flip easily. Style and story are subjective, but the comic is very Beetlemilk in style. Classic pastels spring out whenever they can and help make a twisted world even, slightly more twisted. The story is very dialogue packed, but moved very quickly. The pacing is very great, and you're never left sitting to wonder what is happening. Plus the mysteries will leave you wanting more.