Review: Melodic Remedy

The comic book world is often flooded with superheroes, science fiction, or action stories with extensive backgrounds and iterations that often originate in-between the 1930’s to the 1960’s. To blindly leap into the murky abyss to find an issue that peaks your particular interests can be quite daunting for new or casual readers. If you consider yourself one of the two, or you crave a break from the norm. I highly recommend you start with Melodic Remedy, written by Jaskaran Sawhney!

Once you glimpse into the humbling, animalistic world of Melodic Remedy, you’ll find an instant connection with at least one of the characters presented. Personally, I found the most relatability with a character introduced in the third issue named Josh. Touching on real world issues and the daily struggles of the average person, is only half of the story and reader experience.

The characters genuinely feel alive and conduct themselves in a very realistic fashion. The overall tone delivers a light aura of comfortability and provides a warming sense of home. I anticipate the issues to come and if you do as well, please feel free to hunt down a copy and give a follow to @melodicremedy1 on Twitter. Thank you for taking the time to read this post! As always, I hope you have a wonderful day and please stay safe!

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