Black Mirror meets Romeo and Juliet in 120 pages of action, drama, and romance.
Plastic surgery is free. London is gripped by madness, dominated by cosmetic surgeons, lifestyle coaches, and pill-pushers. On the run from cops and hitmen, an esoteric businessman sets to make amends while he still can.
"The story by Ryan Burke is ingenious, relevant, and enjoyable. The art by Joel Saavedra and Damian Peñalba is luminous and alluring. Altogether a story that proves comic books elevates literature." - Graphic Policy
"Saavedra and Peñalba have shown off talent that is so precise, it could only be described as raw, attention to detail as natural as blinking. All three creators deserve a seat at the table with the fabled Big Dogs: if Image doesn’t want the finished product, Dark Horse will." - Fanfest.com
"Throw yourself in an alternate reality where self-dubbed IG lifestyle coaches and cosmetic surgeons roam supreme. The tension in this comic noir meets thriller would have Humphrey Bogart frantically scrambling for the nearest vial of Xanax." - Soda and Telepaths
WHY IS CORONARY RELEVANT TODAY?
If you're sick of ads with photoshopped models and the constant pressure to look a certain way, you're not alone. A recent study cited in GlamourHealth found that 97% of women admitted to having at least one moment where they hated their bodies. Coronaryexplores how advertising and the beauty industry can negatively affect our self-esteem and how we relate to one another.
"We've all been tricked to feel inadequate about our bodies...We've all been made to think these things...Coronary will be the thorn in the side of this movement." - BleedingCool.com