Plastic Surgery; Fashionable, free of charge. Romeo and Juliet meets Black Mirror in a debut comic where nothing is sacred.
London is gripped by madness, dominated by cosmetic surgeons, lifestyle coaches and pill-pushers. Within this insanity, a neurotic businessman reconsiders the course of his life when a freethinking outsider crashes into it. But she doesn’t want him, or anyone.
Justin must put his business aside and concentrate on what it means to live, love, and be loved in return. He created an unattainable standard for women that drove them to buy his miracle pills and pushed them into the arms of his surgeons. Due to this, he has enemies both legal and criminal, that want to end ventures permanently. Throughout this chaos, Luna hopes to help him achieve redemption, while he’s still breathing that is.
“[a] recognition of the self-esteem-industrial complex…(for those) trying to live up to a certain standard that is pretty much impossible.” -Columbia Daily Tribune
“Beautiful art…with a determined-as-all-hell creative team.” -Fanfest.com
“We’ve all been tricked to feel inadequate about our bodies…We’ve all been made to think these things…Coronary will be the thorn in the side of this movement. -BleedingCool.com
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