Just wrapped up by creators Danny Djeljosevic and Eric Z, The Ghost Engine is a funny, smart series told over the course of four chapters. Featuring great character work and especially zippy dialogue, the series is a buddy story following two people who have ghosts in their heads.


One of the main joys is watching just how massive Becky’s hair gets over the course of the story, as Eric Z shows off a brilliantly expressive style, which can capture very small moments on somebody’s face and tell a whole load of story not present in the dialogue. The creative team seem very well-matched in that sort of way, putting together a story which alternately shows off both the scripting and the art. It’s also very funny, whilst remaining focused on the storyline – which is high concept and fascinating for it.


The story is complete now, and it tells a satisfying whole storyline. It also looks like the creative team will be reuniting for a new project next year, which I’m excited to see. For the moment though, head over to http://www.theghostengine.com, where you can read this story in its entirety.

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