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Dalf-Lo: A Cereal Worth Killing For! is a 57-page, 8.5 x 0.14 x 8.5 inches, horror comic written by Luanga A. Nuwame, illustrated by Christina Deljanov, and edited by Matthew Varallo. Published by Zelpha Comics and Collectibles.

This is a strange and gruesome story about a killer cereal turned serial killer! Unbeknownst to the public at large, a malevolent creature lurking somewhere between reality and fantasy, has tapped into the minds of our children! This evil being has not only endeared itself to the young but also conspired with the corporate world to further its reach into our very grocery stores! Now, with its brightly colored packaging and child-like innocence, this beast has won its way into countless homes and hearts…only to possess the children and eat the parents! I got to give it to Lu, this dude can come up with the most uniquely twisted stories!

Dalf-Lo is a brutal comic that opens the door to a hidden world of horrors disguised as cheerful treats. The method Lu takes at spinning this yarn is somewhat unique in itself. Rather than lay this out like a traditional comic, Lu has created more of a storybook. One page contains sequential images with some dialogue, while the accompanying page is a complete narrative account from the main character’s perspective. I really like the inventiveness shown in the storytelling. I also really like the overall story and the art that supports it! Luanga explains up front how this story formed and that’s always interesting to learn, but I’m more intrigued now to know where is it going?!

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