Previously, On CBR – Review of The Secret History of D.B. Cooper #3 by @brianchurilla
Hot damn, this is one of my new favourtie series. The story is insane and the art is gorgeous. That’s two ingredients that always make good comics. There’s still time to hit the ground floor on this one, buy in now.
I gave it 4 stars because, “This issue is the most expositional of the title so far. However, it also contains gargantuan cyclopean sludge monsters, exploding faces, sky-faring monster slugs and a bunch of other — well, it’s hard to describe these creatures — which means there’s a crazy balance to the book. For every weird sequence of phantasmagorical delight there is another of spy talk behind closed doors. It helps that each set piece is equally as enjoyable as the other. Brian Churilla creates a comic no one knew they wanted but readers are now stuck needing it.“
Posted on May 21st, 2012 by ryan
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