Jill and the Killers written by Olivia Cuartero-Briggs and artwork from Roberta Ingranata is a thrilling new comic book series that should not be missed. It really is for all fans of true crime, mystery, and thrillers. We couldn’t get enough.
The story starts with Jill Estrada, who is returning to school after the mysterious disappearance of her mother. Jill is trying to adjust back into normality, but her friends are obsessed with Box Killers, a true-crime subscription game. Each month’s case is custom-tailored to the player’s life, but with twists and turns. Jill’s game seems to have a connection to a series of disappearances in her town, and as the clues start adding up, Jill and her friends must uncover the truth behind these crimes before they become the next victim.
The writing is top-notch, and the story gets you hooked from the very first page. The dialogue between the characters is natural and relatable, which makes the story more engrossing. All of the characters add depth to the story. Furthermore, the pacing of the story is perfect, making the reading experience even more satisfying.
The artwork by Roberta Ingranata is one of the highlights of the comic. The art style works perfectly with the storyline, making it easy for readers to relate to the characters physically and emotionally.
Another excellent aspect of Jill and the Killers #1 is the comic’s double-sized debut issue. Readers are treated to a more comprehensive introduction to the story, making the experience worth it and leaving them wanting more.
Jill and the Killers is an excellent addition to the crime, thriller, and mystery genres. This comic is a testament to the writer’s ability to create an intriguing storyline while focusing on character development. The artwork complements the plot and enhances the reading experience for comic book fans.