Tina Olah provides a spoiler-free review of issue #49 and series introduction for new readers.
Yup, it’s the second instalment of this so-called regular feature, and only eight months have passed.
Greg Rucka’s latest effort Lazarus takes place in a world no longer governed by nations or conglomerates but the Families, a handful of wealthy bloodlines who own the lands through military power and conflict.
Todd, The Ugliest Kid on Earth is perhaps the epitome of a cult comic. Much like the works of John Waters, Troma and Todd Solondz it’s going to offend a large portion of the people who read it, but those who appreciate Kristensen’s dark humour wont just like the series, they’ll love it.
The first issue of the new Image Comics series Todd, the Ugliest Kid on Earth, has sold out at the distributor level the same week as its release and will be reprinted. The second printing of Todd, the Ugliest Kid on Earth #1 (DEC128159) will be in stores on February 20. The four-issue miniseries by […]
Here’s a (teeny) sneak peek at Image Comics’ new cover for the second printing of Todd, The Ugliest Kid on Earth. The demented new series from writer Ken Kristensen and artist M.K. Perker seems to have found its audience, and reportedly sold out in less than a day due to positive press coverage. Image are giving new […]