Dry Foot

Dry Foot

In Dry Foot, four teens decide in 1980s Miami to rob their local drug lord to escape the neighborhood they fear.

The art is beautiful and probably worth the price of the book. However, the plot has some serious pacing problems. It started slow as if the author thought he had six issues to fill. Beginning with the third of four issues, the plot speed started flying. As if the writer found out his issue order was cut. Still the artwork kept my interest. 3 stars.

Thanks to Mad Cave Studios, Diamond Book Distributors, and NetGalley for a copy in exchange for my honest review.

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