Little Girl Black: Issue 2
In the heart of Suburbia, a group of teenagers find
themselves in the most horrific situation.
Without hope, all is lost.
But maybe… just maybe.
Hope can be found in the darkest of places.
“While it may be a difficult read, it does have that
car crash vibe to it where you can’t help yourself
turning the page to see what else happens. Imagine
Tarantino did a reboot of something like Silence of the
Lambs and you’ve got the messed up world
straight in your head……at least until you read it.”
Gary Watson, Comics Anonymous
“There’s nothing with which you can convince yourself
there’s no way this could happen in the real world,
and if you’re aware of any of the real-life cases of not entirely
dissimilar crimes, the story becomes frighteningly plausible.”
Andrew Marshall, Starburst Magazine
“Little Black Girl is an upsetting tale that you need
to take a deep breath before tackling. It’s unsavory tone
shouldn’t mask its quality of writing which is excellent.
In a horrible sort of way I’m looking forward to issue 2.”
Stephen Harper, Popcorn Horror
“Horrific… Touches on a lot of things people
don’t even want to know about, stuff that’s really
happening in the world right now. Powerful.”
Pippa bailey, The Ghoul Guides
“It made me unsettled, but in a brilliant way”
“I can’t recommend it enough… Disturbing.”
Script/letters James McCulloch
Art: Pedro Mendes
Cover: Al Reid