McGurr, Sean – Jury Rigged Comics: Leftovers
Jury Rigged Comics: Leftovers
That’s usually an instant warning sign, when somebody puts out a book of stories that weren’t good enough to put in the regular series. Luckily in this case they really are still good stories, so don’t worry your pretty little heads about it. First you have the first attempt by the Chinese to travel to the stars way back in the early 16th century (drawn by Adam Walmsley). The art is downright gorgeous and I’d never heard this story before. Then you have the near-war over bridges in Cleveland and Ohio City in 1837 (drawn by David Beyer Jr.). Fascinating stuff again, as how many of us know any of the history at all of our state and/or town? In other words, don’t be fooled into thinking this is a throwaway issue, nothing to see here and please move on. There are stories worth reading in this comic, and that’s all any of us can ask for. $2
Posted on April 24, 2010, in Reviews and tagged Adam Walmsley, David Beyer Jr., Jury Rigged Comics, Leftovers, Sean McGurr. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on McGurr, Sean – Jury Rigged Comics: Leftovers.