‘For Molly Chapter 3’ Graphic Novel Review

Written and created by Gabe Cheng with art by Benjamin Sawyer, ‘For Molly Chapter 3’ continues the story of Greg and his new canine friend Molly as they traverse danger.

A cult of humans infiltrates the forest where the group of talking dogs live. They capture Molly, but with the help of a human named Schneider, Greg finds his sister Ava helping the dogs recover from the recent attacks. However, a dangerous man wants to find Ava, thinking she has a secret power. With battle lines being drawn, Greg finds himself being forced to choose a side.

Cheng and Sawyer make a very good team. Cheng crafts an engaging story that I enjoy a great deal. I mean, who does not like a tale with talking dogs? He pays incredible attention to detail, making it interesting. As for Sawyer, his artwork truly compliments the story and I like all of the character designs. Each chapter is exciting and I am proud that I supported this issue’s very successful crowdfunding campaign. I am excited about the conclusion.

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