#Corktown @ALTERNACOMICS Review from @kleffnotes

The city of Detroit is a hotbed of supernatural murders in Corktown. This comic comes out in October, but I have a preview review for you all about the deadly dangers you can look forward to.

Torrie, a detective in Detroit, becomes the victim of a murderous vampire and finds herself split in two. Unlike most vampire stories, her body has continued to move around seeking out victims, while her spirit wanders the city as a ghost. She can see everything that her vampiric corpse is doing, but she is powerless to stop it. In this preview she watches as her undead body kills a man and when the police arrive she deals with the ghost they can’t see. Whenever anyone is bitten by a vampire their spirit remains trapped until their body is killed. While Torrie can’t take out the vampire her body has become, she can possess a human vessel and help others who have met a similar fate. She might be fighting alone as a ghost, but her former partner has just learned from the medical examiner that the killer could be a human. As Corktown progresses could we see them teaming up through some sort of ghostly possession? You’ll have to check it out to find out!

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Murder mysteries, vampires, and ghosts are all things that I’m interested in and Corktown provides a new take on a supernatural mystery. I am interested to see if Torrie finds a way to help her former partner figure out just what is hunting the streets of Detroit and if she is able to figure out a way to actually pass on to the afterlife. There is a lot to like about this comic and I will definitely be checking it out in October when the full work is available.

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