The series is finally come to a close with Local #12 and Comixtreme.com has some good things to say.
“I loved this series, and the ending… it felt very natural. While I’m tempted to go back and read through it now that everything has been said and done… I’m definitely going to wait. It will be my treat for when the cold of Canadian winter sets in around September when the hardcover comes out. You could do far worse than adding this book to your Previews order this month.” -Comixtreme.com
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Speaking of hardcovers; TheQuarterBin.com has excellent coverage of the Local Hardcover coming out this September. For those fans of Brian Wood and Ryan Kelly that either missed an issue or hadn’t had the chance to sit down and read the issues back to back, this is the book for you!
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G4tv super-reviewer Blair Butler gives Greg Rucka’s Queen & Country Definitive Vol. 2 huge props on Fresh Ink this week!
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The normally hard hitting Indiepulp.com takes a day off and from you average comic fare and gives Matthew Loux’s Salt Water Taffy a read. A good time is had by all! All in all, its a really fun book … … Continue reading
Two more rave reviews for The Damned: Prodigal Sons. ComicsWaitingRoom.com & Comixtreme.com agree; The Damned: Prodigal Sons by Cullen Bunn & Brian Hurtt is even better than the first series! “Bunn and Hurtt don’t rest easy on their laurels in … Continue reading
With only one issue to go Matt Brady of the Warren Peace Blog takes a long look at Local issue #11 by Brian Wood & Ryan Kelly. “It’s a wonderful little bit of meta-commentary as the series is coming to … Continue reading
“With The Damned, Bunn and Hurtt have two masters to answer to, the detective genre and the monster genre. Both genres have distinct and separate rules that they have to adhere to. A lot of times when you see a … Continue reading
GoodComicsForKids.com and The Precocious Curmudgeon agree, Salt Water Taffy is an excellent book. Exciting to the youth and nostalgic to the adults, everyone loves this book! “Jack and Benny act and speak like real kids, allowing readers to empathize with … Continue reading