Review: The Dog Years #3

The Dog Years #3

The problem with working with friends is more than one can enumerate. You think it would be easy but you may know them only as friends. In my experience, working with friends can be more stressful than working with complete strangers. You get on each other nerves much quicker than most.

In the third issue of The Dog Years, Trey and his friends finally make their video but not without a few hiccups.

We catch up with Trey, as he, Rasheed, and the guys start auditioning girls for their video. That catches the attention of the local video phenomenon, Killa Cam Video. Soon, one of Rasheed’s supposed girlfriends show up for an audition which also prompts Cyphe to bring an older stripper making for a big age gap in their production. Jalissa has started to get back to reading books to get her mind off of things but not before one of her girlfriends makes a plea for them to go out. By the issue’s end, Trey tries to get the rest of his stuff from Jalissa but not before her friend starts some trouble with the police.

Overall, The Dog Years #3 is an interesting issue about bad friends. The story by Andre Roberts is side-splitting. The art by Roberts is outstanding. Altogether, a series that gets better with each issue.

Story: Andre Roberts Art: Andre Roberts
Story: 9.0 Art: 9.0 Overall: 9.0 Recommendation: Buy