book review of Kennel Block Blues by Ryan Ferrier, Daniel Bayliss


112 pages
Published January 31st 2017 by BOOM! Studios
I received an e- copy from Netgalley.
Oliver the frenchie finds himself in a kennel car’s back that brings in stray animals from the street, he had his life till now with whipped cream-like daze everyday having fun with his family but he says be was dog-napped and while he escaped his captors when in reality he is just repressing the memory of being abandoned by his  humans. then running after their departing car Oliver got caught up by the kennel peoples collective imprisonment.
He is oblivious to the fact that he is in prison and he firmly believes this is just a big misunderstanding, no matter how many times Cosmo the pitbull tries to get it across his cartoon tainted head.Oliver is becoming the cellmate of Sugar the chihuahua.
he befriends Charlie the old but hyperactive dog, Cosmo’s cellmate, an old seemingly blind ex-lab rabbit, and an old carefree cat. together they plan on escaping the cat-ruled prison…
The art is stunning and the story running deep into the depths of the pets thinking.
at the end of the book there are cover arts and illustrations from the make in progress stages of the comic.
I, as a dog and animal lover rated it 5/5 stars.

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