Artemis Hood #1

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The year is 2074, and it has been two decades since creatures previously thought to be mere myth and legend have come out of hiding and changed many aspects of the world as we know it… including law enforcement. Amidst the peacekeepers of this unpredictable new era is a particularly scrappy and resourceful federal agent named Artemis Hood.
When a routine operation to contain a rogue werewolf goes completely sideways and Agent Hood is met with something even more unexpected that puts her in a fight for her life.

1 review for Artemis Hood #1

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Spencer Scott Holmes (verified owner)

    I have never read a 3D CG comic book before but this here Artemis Hood comic just intrigued me to buy it. The Hood part, like Robin Hood and the female character that looked straight out of the good ole early 2000s was just the lead in I needed. And once reading it, I was totally in for more. It had a sweet mix of Castlevania, Resident Evil and even some Battle Angel Alita all tossed together. Which is totally awesome! Hell, with the 3D CG it even has the look of a Resident Evil game. Time traveling from the past to the future we find out about the lineage of the were wolfs as well as other creatures and robots that look to appear down the line. So what’s not to love in this story! It’s a futuristic Van Helsing world. Yeah Buddy!!! Check this bad boy out why don’t cha. The price is beyond right. Now I’d like to hear all about the creative process of CG comics from Chris here.

    Spencer Scott Holmes
    That “Pizza Boyz” Comic Guy
    http://www.OldManOrange.com

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Chris O’Connell is a southern California-based entertainment professional and former college lecturer with work experience on two continents. His work includes contributions to several iconic Hollywood properties including, but not limited to, Spongebob Squarepants, Hawaii Five-0, Mad Max, and the Marvel Cinematic Universe. When not paying most of the bills with film and television work, Chris stays busy as a self-published storyteller creating indie comic books and science fiction novellas.