For the most part, I don't have a lot to complain about. I mean, I shouldn't, considering this is only the first volume. To be honest though, I do have a major gripe with it, and I feel as if that might come back to bite you later on. Mainly, the pacing doesn't seem to be properly balanced. The story just kinda... Starts? Then the story moves VERY fast before ramping up even further just before the end of the volume. Characters are established to exist, certainly, but I only got very little time to really know them, so there's not a lot of real establishment going on. Whenever a character got introduced, I was just sorta thrown in front of said character, like I was supposed to know them on the spot. Hell, Mika was used solely to introduce Jack before going backstage, and Jack was then used to introduce a literal demon-god, whom had no subtle visual queues at all to prepare me for his appearance. Even the crystal Jack is wearing does nothing to remedy this. Of course, there ARE scenarios where a jarring opening like that could work, but for me, it only felt as such. I understand that more details will be revealed later in the story, but the comic is just starting. Easing into the story for establishment's sake can go a long way.
Erin’s a struggling young writer just trying to find a good story. Along the way Erin encounters Jack, who -through a series of unexpected events- ends up telling Erin his past; a tale twisting through the dark and gang-ridden streets of Hope Hollow.