(Blake, 2004)
™ and © 2003 David Trumble

Robert Pui decided to commit suicide. He went to the rooftop of the building where he worked and contemplated throwing himself off. But in the time he sat there he was approached by a private investigator named Paul Ogyr.

Ogyr and his associates have been searching for Pui because they believe his life is in danger from Sauer Mitrovic, a small time criminal who, along with his brother Rygo, was killed fifteen years ago. Being dead for fifteen years have not proved to be a detriment to Mitrovic’s violent activities, because now he is an “interim entity” who manifests himself in the form of a torrential rainstorm. While Ogyr is engaged in exposition, the clouds roll in and the deluge begins.

Pui and his newfound allies escape from the roof but this experience is only the first of many bizarre and confusing situations that will take the reader on an intricate labyrinth of intrigue. Part ghost story, part mystery, Climate is an ambitious if somewhat complicated graphic novel from first–time writer/artist David Trumble.

— George Haberberger

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