Each week, the ISB endeavors to enlighten our readers by offering the unedited words of the Warrior Scholars of the squared circle, for who among us cannot benefit from the wisdom of Macho Madness, Hulkamania, or the American Dream? The instruction we offer should be considered carefully, meditated on, and applied to one’s own life for the enrichment of the self and others.
You can see mine above, but for a ton of others, click on through to ComicsAlliance, where I’ve gathered a bunch, including offerings from Rusty Shackles and Woman of A.C.T.I.O.N. artist Chris Piers! And Happy Birthday, Nate!
There are spoilers at the review, but I’m going to go ahead and assume that if you’re reading comics blogs, you probably already know how this goes down. If you don’t, here’s the short version: it was okay, but only just. Worth a rental or catching on its inevitable Cartoon Network broadcast, but probably not worth buying.
Which shouldn’t dissuade you from doing so using the Amazon link I provide. I gotta stay on my hustle, you know.
Mostly it’s made up of genuinely terrifying pictures of monsters — seriously, I can just imagine being a kid reading that before bed and having mom or dad come in and be like “Yep, that’s the monster who lives in your ceiling! Even the cat could be a demon sent from hell! Remember you’re going to grandma’s after school tomorrow, goodnight!” — but there are other bits of genius in there as well, like the “Prehistoric Man” illustrations seen above.
There’s a link to the full gallery at CA, so do yourself a favor and check it out. It’s awesome!