Strain #3

Publication Date: February 08, 2012
Format: FC, 32 pages
Price: $3.50
UPC: 7 61568 19174 5 00311

The end of the world has arrived in the form of a plane full of thought to be dead passengers, none of them decomposing, their bodies filling with a milky white substance. The elderly Abraham may be the only man who knows what’s coming, and he’s finally tracked down Ephraim, who’s in a position to make a difference, but it may be too late, much too late, especially from the viewpoint of Ansel’s dogs.

Abraham knows a little too much about the situation, and in Ephraim’s defense Abraham is a little manic in his need to be heard, to save everyone. But even with this vital bit of information there is doubt in Ephraim’s mind, the rants of a crazy man cannot go unheard, or the entire planet is doomed because of inaction.

 Ansel took his hunger out on his pets, and fellow passenger Gabriel has the same inclination, but his pets are of the human variety, and they’d stand little chance against his hunger if not for his body guards.

The murdering kitties’ victim is found, and more clues from the plane are uncovered thanks to Abraham, but instead of answers they lead to more questions. As night falls, samples are lost, and all hell is starting to break loose.

Gusto’s dark uneasy feeling won’t leave him, and his intuition isn’t far off, when his mistake comes to bite him in the butt.

Hogan and Del Toro have again delivered another chilling chapter. So much is at stake, and just when you think the drama can’t get any more intense it does. Mike Huddleston continues to up the eerie ante with his frightening depictions. This is one of the best horror stories out there, and should not be missed.

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