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Memento Mori Written and Illustrated by Richard Serrao

A cyberpunk tale of horror and revenge set in the not too distant future where corporations and their scientists experiment in ways to control the population. An experiment goes out of control infecting the city of Montreal and its population. An unknown
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x xx's Review of Memento Mori
A very dark and brooding story that moves DeadBox Art Studio to review it.
After reading the first 3 pages I was hooked and found myself reading all 75+ pages in one night. The story comes at you from all angles and the art grips you with a death grip similar to some of the grittier dark horse stuff published during the 90's ... read it now!


Kenneth Ashcraft's Review of Memento Mori
Beautiful art, very edgy and dark. I absolutely love the storytelling. Keep up the good work man!
I love comics and have read them all my life. I am just now getting myself into that long dreamed about position where I am brave enough to start showing people my ideas and artwork. Well this comic by Mr. Serrao pushed me over the edge. The dark mood and vicious style to his art is really engaging. I was left wanting more and now I am very excited to try out my own online comic. Thanks Mr. Serrao and please keep cranking out the good-stuff!! ... read it now!




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