About Dry Foot
Dry Foot is written by Jarred Luján. The artwork is by Orlando Caicedo with coloring by Warnia Sahadewa. The book is lettered by Justin Birch, edited by Chris Fernandez, and published by Mad Cave Studios.
It’s the 1980s, and Miami is a hotbed of criminal activity. Four teenagers decide to take advantage of a local festival. Their plan is to steal a ton of cash from one of the most dangerous gangs in the area.
If the heist is successful, they will be able to move to a safer area. Will these teens be able to pull it off? You will have to read Dry Foot to find out!
Dry Foot issue 1 is due to be released on September 9th, 2020. Preorders are available through Mad Cave Studios.
Dry Foot Issue 1 Review
This is a spoiler-free review of Dry Foot Issue 1.
I love crime-based comics. There is something amazing about the thrill that comes from these stories. The plot is always dangerous and keeps me on-edge. You can never let your guard down when there is the threat of violence around every corner.
What really got me about Dry Foot was the view into the lives of the protagonists. Not only is their city filled with crime, but their home lives also are not the best either. You can really see where the characters get the drive to build a better future for themselves.
The artwork in Dry Foot is fantastic. The characters are dynamic and show off their personalities in both their style and body language. The action scenes really come to life.
I really love the lettering and bubbles in this comic. Each character is given their own color, and that theme carries throughout the book. This is a great tool for storytelling, especially since the characters often communicate through walkie-talkies.
Dry Foot is off to a great start. In my opinion, a great first issue sets up the characters, explains the basic plot, and leaves readers wanting more. The creators knocked it out of the park in this regard.
I can’t wait to see what happens next. These kids are about to embark on a dangerous mission, and I will be there to see how it all goes down!
Where To Find Dry Foot
Where To Find The Creators
Warnia Sahadewa: Twitter