When Luke isn't writing reviews, he's writing manuals (occupation), original comics (vocation), children's books, or music (recreation). As a lover of all things high-concept, sci-fi, and/or philosophical, comics found their way into his life only a few years ago, at the ripe age of 26. It was V for Vendetta & Watchmen that led to his pathological media consumption rebirth of 2012. Ever since then, he found himself happier, more child-like, a tad bit smarter, and a much better liar. True to Outhouser gospel, he believes humor, like water, must be present in all things. If it's not, it's too dry & sucks the life out. Sarcasm, the salty demeanor of the South, frightened this idealist in youth, but is now the occasional spice used in his well seasoned personality. He sold all he had to leave his old world behind (cars, house, belongings) & become a full-time traveler across the US of A, a decision that altered his inner world as much as his outer one. If it has humor, depth, spiritual significance, and/or technicality and in that order, then consider it on this briny dude's shelf and up for review. Favorite on-going series include Black Science and Saga. This light, but deep fellow can be found on Facebook and/or Twitter.
Is it actually good? I've read through the first two issues.
P.S. Read 43 pages for FREEEEEEEE
3 reasons why Letter 44 f'n rocks.
Not for children, but for the simple-minded.
"A galactic comedy of retarded scale."
Invincible meets Galactus meets Fifth Element
Image puts out more new comics than you can shake a longbox at, but which ones are the best?
Joss Whedon's brother Zach takes the weight of the long dead show, and places it on his shoulders for all of us poor souls.
East of West > Pretty Deadly = The Prestige > The Illusionist
"Gorilla Pimp living large ‘cause living small ain’t living at all!"
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