Saturday, 14 April 2012

Review from The Tomb Magazine

We recently came across this interesting article about the booming bicycle culture in Copenhagen...NO!...Something isn't right...wait a sec.. I know ! Lets talk FRIGHTFEAST# 1!

Artwork: 4.0 out of 5
Have you ever wondered what would happen if your Cannible Corpse or Cattle Decapitation cd cover had a comic book? Well this is it. The artwork is nothing shy or GORE-geous from page to page. Bloody bits here, scary monsters there it’s everything disturbing wrapped into a small little package for your eye to devour, or crawl out of your head and leave because you tortured them with these gruesome images. The art is not a let down.

Story: 2.0 out of 5
This is what stinks about this so-called gig, not being able to hype something up. Talking with the talent on this one though, they knew that they story was lacking so I don’t feel super bad. There really was not full consistent story here. You might have a few panels that work together, but other than that I was kinda let down. I was hoping for it to be as reader appealing as it was visually appealing.

Dying Breath: 2.5 out of 5
So nice looking pages couldn’t save this one, so I think it’s safe to say middle of the road is a good score. The fact that a cohesive story was lacking really sucked, because I would have liked to see this artwork come more to life with some good dialogue. However the artwork is very strong and if I was looking for an artist for my death metal cd cover, I know exactly who I would call.


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