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  • By captain_skeptic
    Jan 21, 2011
    I have seen (much)worse. The artwork is kind of what you'd expect from a young, aspiring comic book artist. Full of manga & 'Image' influences. I hate manga, just so you know where my bias lies. It was ok back in the 1980s when no one knew about it and most of it was pretty decent quality but now manga is the 'Boy band' of artistic styling. To be fair, Bundy's style is not annoyingly extreme with the manga stuff...but it is there. The printing is kind of hit & miss with this book. Some pages look like they were produced with a 1980s Xerox copier, missing half of the page(dialog and art) and so forth. The pages that are relatively readable seem too dark or too light most of the time. The writing seems confused and the story hard to follow, which is especially bad since it is not a very complex or innovative story. You have seen it before. Still, the quality is consistent(there are no pages that looked like the artist just wanted the damned thing to get finished and printed for... More > example) and as a first effort this whopping 100+ page graphic novel is worth the $14 if you are into underground/independent comics. If the artist makes a concerted effort to develop his own style, sans the manga/Image superhero look of this book then he will well worth watching. Tony< Less
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Product Details

Travis Bundy
February 6, 2007
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
0.95 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
6.63 wide x 10.25 tall
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