Graphic Novel Review: Ross Wellington
Written By: Paranormal News
If you’re anything like us, you probably consume as much paranormal media as possible looking for something interesting—and this week, a new independently published graphic novel, Ross Wellington, managed to make its way into our inbox. Written by Mark Van Handel and Brian Ellis, it contains a quality that is well beyond what you generally find in self-published works .
The story provides a unique twist to the events which occurred after July of 1947. It follows the adventures of a quite alien-looking private investigator doing odd jobs for beautiful women, setting up a number of questions that will make the yet to be published remaining parts of the series something to look forward to. What really happened to Ross during the crash at Roswell? How did Ross first run in to all these beautiful women? Why do they trust him so much and ask for his help? Don’t they understand he’s an alien, and if so, why are they so okay with it? Who is Hector? And providing yet another cliff hanger at the end--who is Helen?
We all love a good mystery, and I have faith in this writer and illustrator that the set-ups here won’t ultimately be forgotten and become let-downs. It’s clear that the team working on this graphic novel know what they’re doing and where they are going with it, so head to their website rosswellington.com and join them for the ride!