#Snarl @InsaneComics Review ( @KellyBender17 @nkellnk28 @joshj81f1 @micahmyers ) from @kleffnotes

Snarl is a supernatural thriller that feels like a cop drama melded with the show Supernatural. It focuses on two detectives and their search to learn just what has happened to eight missing women in Seattle, Washington. What makes this case so frustrating for the police is that their only suspect seems to be a werewolf.

Detectives Bevil and Sagun are the best pair on the force, but their superiors think they are wasting their time focusing on werewolves as the prime suspects in this case of multiple abductions. Even though no one is taking them seriously Bevil continues researching the lore of werewolves and skin walkers in an attempt to solve the case. He and his partner find themselves investigating illegal zoos, meeting with a shaman, and exploring the wildest regions of Washington woods. This bloody tale draws to a head in a massive showdown between humans and beasts in an ending you won’t expect.


I’m a pretty big fan of Supernatural and reading this comic reminded me of a story that would happen within that series. Snarl though melded the idea of hunting monsters with a detective comic, which gave it a new feel. The werewolves introduced within the comic were intriguing. Initially you think you might have it figured out, but it takes you through a variety of twists and turns to keep you on your toes. The coloring and art within the comic also adds to the story, especially within gorier scenes. I really enjoyed this comic and October is definitely the perfect month to pick up this horror inspired comic.

You can purchase Snarl from Insane Comics in either print or digital.

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