Bostick, Craig – Crash



It’s nice to see Craig tackle a serious subject. Not that I haven’t liked the light-hearted stuff, but I’m always looking for range in people. This is the story of the lead singer of one of the early punk bands in Los Angeles or, as the cover calls it, “The Life and Death of a Germ”. When the worst I can say about a book is that it’s too short, I guess that’s a winner. Still, when you reference 6 different books or articles for your comic, it would be nice if it was longer than 12 pages. Other than that, it was well done. It was a tragic tale, but the details of a lot of it were skimmed over. I would have liked to see more about the man and what drove him. The art was great, as always, and it’s a cheap book at $2. Check it out if you have any interest in the history of punk. Look up there for contact info!

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