We Kill Monsters feels like it’s tapping into the part of my brain that liked Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles on Saturday morning. It’s got heroes, mutants, and heroes who are mutants (well…mutating).
Even the [The Royal Historian of Oz] itself points out the initial groan many of us have when we hear about another Oz-spin-off. That being said, since the author, Tommy Kovac, seems to know what he is getting into, I have to think he is going to give us someone special.
The variety of stories along with the quality of the art and storytelling make Nightmares and Fairytales the mental getaway we all want from a good comic.
Super Human Resources reads like a very long, and better drawn, Dilbert comic. Of course, I mean that in the best possible way. SHR is a non-stop laugh riot, every few frames executing a well-timed joke or gag that takes full advantage of the outrageous circumstances.
As a reader who tends to prefer the more niche and eclectic comic scene, the selection on most platforms is a bit of a letdown right now. However, I think smaller publishers will find, just like indie musicians, that digital distribution is a way to cut through the usual big-business hurdles.
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