Lilith Dark #3

9 Overall Score
Art: 7/10
Dialogue: 10/10
Story: 10/10

Intriguing Protagonist | Good Story

Color Choices

Lilith Dark #3

Writer/Illustrator: Charles C. Dowd

Alterna Comics



Written and illustrated by Charles C. Dowd, creator of children’s comics and books such as Kidthulu and Penny Powers, Lilith Dark is a splendid fantasy tale for all ages. Lilith is the center of the story, a young girl who prefers swords and monsters over dollhouses. One day, she follows a seemingly harmless kitten into a tree and discovers an entire hidden world teeming with mysterious creatures and adventure!

After being Taken prisoner by the underground denizens, Lilith and her sister Becky must figure out how to escape! Luckily, her new sidekick Spoon comes to the rescue as they try to make their way out of the magical world inside the tree. Lilith’s warrior spirit never ceases to impress readers as she challenges danger right in the face throughout the story. Will they escape unharmed or find their doom in the maze of tunnels beneath the tree?

The art style of this issue is simple and to the point, making it easy for readers to grasp the scenes. I wish Spoon was a different color because he is the same color as the tunnels, therefore Spoon is unclear because he blends into the setting. The dialogue also is easy for young minds to follow, making this a perfect children’s adventure. Dowd does an amazing job with storytelling as he makes Lilith a character to look up to for children who dream of fighting monsters and saving lives.


Lilith Dark 3 Cover Art


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