The story's two poles could clash in the hands of a less assured artist. Starks strikes never leans into melodrama and keeps the humor always in service of furthering the plot. His artwork, with its rubber hose-style limbs and simple faces, allows versatility in visual storytelling. He is able to stretch and skew his figures across the page, emphasizing their emotion and actions. The cartoonish style also lets Starks lean into the gruesomeness of horror films that comes off funny as opposed to gratuitous. The sprays of blood and guts are squiggling spurts in action scenes
that punctuate the jokes. Schweizer's colors are a perfect accent to the linework by Starks, giving the horror scenes appropriately gothic lighting in purples and eery greens. Schweitzer smartly avoids over rendering the shading and instead implements simple shading that deepens the story's dramatics.