Shadow Service

Worried your partner is cheating? Need a missing person found? Gina Meyers is the Private Investigator for you. Sure, she’s a witch who worries that her powers make her more of a monster than the crooks she’s trying to catch, but it’s not like London’s criminal underworld is literally going to hell… is it? Spycraft meets black magic in the shadowy world of MI666.

Reviews

"If you enjoy some of the darker books from the Big Two that dive into the world of magic, demons and witches (bring on the Hellblazer comparisons!) this is definitely worth a read. As for me, it follows the script of what I like from the first issue of a brand new series—introducing the characters, showcasing some bonkers imagery, and leaving me on a cliffhanger that screams 'I dare you to come back and see where all this leads!'"

Comic Book

"Shadow Service #2 improves on the already solid first issue in every way and is perfect for fans of urban fantasy and detective stories like The Dresden Files and Joss Whedon's Angel. The world and its characters are every bit as interesting as the protagonists of some of the literary world's long-running, best-selling urban fantasy series, so one can only hope that Shadow Service can keep going."

Bleeding Cool

"Dynamic, moody, atmospheric, confrontational...If you’re up for dark magic and spooky subterfuge, give this one a try!"

The Fanboy Factor

"The developing mystery is more than enough to hold the audience’s interest while the series is still in its early issues, and the rapid succession of new creepy crawly monsters is always a blast to see."

AIPT Comics

"A wild ride with loads of truths revealed, and sides taken. Issue #5 of Shadow Service is incredibly written, with all the plot twists and allegiance turns you could ever hope for. The story has been consistently excellent with Shadow Service and I absolutely love it."

Wandering Nerd Girl

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