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Carlos Enrique Hurtado ChakLive! Tulum, Mexico. Castro Coleman Mr. Everything in this book is so familiar that the sight of your face in the shaving mirror delivers more surprises. This issue is impressive only in its devout refusal to bring anything new or interesting to bear on the join the dots plot with its transparent mystery, its space wasting reluctance to provide more than one speech bubble in a panel and…oh Or a salad as they say in Nyawk. This is an atypically action packed issue but all too typically when the dust settles the forward plot motion is infinitesimal if not entirely illusory.
Luckily, despite his heroic efforts, Azzarello appears incapable of attaining such low levels of blandery. And every now and again something does happen. It still rarely rises above word play on a par with puzzles in the magazines old people in hospital spontaneously secrete in-between visiting times.
Also, I think his cast have a problem with the booze. At some point in any given issue the chattering cast will mingle about some tasteful locale sipping drinks and hoovering up nibbles. Thankfully the medium of comics spares the reader the no doubt inevitable soundtrack of Toploader Orion snuck on to smooth things along.
The whole thing is like one of those hellish networking soirees for people who do a bit of wee when they think about Powerpoint presentations.
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Except everybody is cosplaying Sandman and the evening ends abruptly when a big blue catfish in a crown stabs Simon from Accounts in the face. And puns! Clark Not entirely rote retelling of one of the usual variations on kids go fishing fear fables. Sorry, but EH! Local Talent by Matthew Allison Allison's tale nicely conveys the grotty zest of late '70s foreign filmed schlock but would have conveyed it better in less space.
Also, I know this charmingly cack cinematic genre was limited by budget but it's not a limitation shared by comic art, so c'mon let's have some backgrounds, son. Good enough for an OKAY! Aye — Innovative! Tee- Totally not open to compromise on any point of principle upon which he has formulated an Objectivist stance! Kay — Kind of kooky! Pre order from your LCS now, they'll appreciate it! This one really gels and even wrong-footed me at the last. That's nice. Arcudi and Tedesco knew what they were after and they went and got it.
Nice work, fellas!
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With its slickly appealing tech sourced graphics and plot predicated on the promise of explanations further down the line it read like the tie-in to some video game I've never heard of. My total indifference to this one is purely a case of it not being my cup of tea rather than any failure on the part of the creative team. There are some talking animals and a lady, usually with a very broad accent, having magical adventures. Disregarding my witless bias this is bound to be OKAY!
Because Steve Lieber can sure draw nice and Caitlin R Kiernan writes proper books she should not be confused with Caitlin Moran who doesn't. The most interesting thing was how disproportionately irritated I was by the bit where the team tell us what they were listening to when they created the strip. It was really distracting. What did she do when it was finished? Start again? Stop writing? Like a real asshole I find it all a bit disingenuous when creators share stuff like this with us. No one ever says they were listening to Phil Collins or Cher do they? Yeah, right. Have you seen some of the people who make comics?
I mean that guy who always does that stupid thing in photos with his face so it looks like a wet thumb sliding down a window is a Foreigner fan and no mistake. Look into your heart, you know it is true.
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