Pelrine, Christopher – Fever



Huzzah! I put out the call for more comics to review and they all came pouring in. Well, “all” so far means “this comic”, but the thought is appreciated. This is the story of a young father trying to deal with his son’s fever and his feelings of helplessness over the whole thing. He eventually finds his son in his own fever dream and gets to see things from his perspective. Christopher seems to think the whole thing is a bit clunky, but I don’t see it that way. He apparently added a few pages of dialogue, so I don’t know what it was like in the original released version, but the whole thing reads seamlessly now, going from his despair to finding a bit of common ground. And kudos for some of the crazy dream monsters looking like things that couldn’t possibly come from this world instead of just generic monsters. All in all, a pretty damned good mini comic.

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