Mr. Creepy is a short comic that I recently had the pleasure of obtaining. It is about a creepy old man whose real name is unknown to everyone in the town, he is simply referred to as Mr. Creepy. One day, a new kid in town decides to try to befriend Mr. Creepy. Well, let’s just say that that didn’t go too well. The comic centers around the saying “Don’t judge a book by its cover”, but with an interesting twist.
The storyline was interesting, and does a good job of giving the feeling of being narrated by a kid who witnessed the events that are being retold in the comic, which is who the story is being told by. But what really stood out for me was the artwork. It had a nice, newspaper comic strip look to it that really worked for the story it was telling. And Mr. Creepy’s grin was always consistent, which was a nice touch in my opinion.
Mr. Creepy is definitely a short comic I would recommend checking out. With its interesting story and amazing artwork, it is completely worth the read. So, yeah, if any of you awesome readers get the chance, you should definitely check it out!