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    KICK DRUM COMIX




    Kick Drum Comix 01 (of 2) (2008) (The Scangstas-DCP)
    http://www.mediafire.com/?y2qwwddn0qw
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    http://www.4shared.com/file/62707381...stas-DCP_.html

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    Kick Drum Comix 02 (of 2) (2008) (The Scangstas-DCP)
    http://www.mediafire.com/?mqnjnt1r5iz

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    Reseña en Inglés:
    Cita Iniciado por Jesse Schedeen
    I never assume my reviews speak for all readers. There's always some degree of personal variation involved. I'm often astonished at just how many fans are able to convince themselves that certain books are worth reading. But in the case of Jim Mahfood's Kick Drum Comix, there's very little room for variation. If you enjoy Mahfood's art, you'll enjoy this issue. If you don't care for him, then your $5.99 is better spent elsewhere.

    Of course, I can't imagine why anyone wouldn't enjoy his art. Mahfood is one of the true greats of the modern indy comics industry. His work can be seen in a few mainstream marvel comics, but it's projects like Kick Drum Comix where his talent truly shines. This issue provides two separate but vaguely connected short stories. The first is a murder mystery starring a black singer named The Popmaster. We see Popmaster evolve through the various stages of his career, eventually reaching the type of widespread popularity you'd expect from the fictional, animated version of Dethklok. The crux of the story, however, is Popmaster's fall form grace and eventual death, hence the murder mystery element. The second tale is far more laid back, dealing with a layabout skateboarder who happens across a priceless relic of John Coltrane's. Can the late jazz singer's saxophone reed bestow fame and fortune on our humble skateboarder?

    The first story is truly Mahfood unleashed. His figures refuse to obey most laws of form structure. It's a very loose style, slathered in thick, black lines and dark colors, and it works. Mostly anyway. The intentionally sloppy look is a detriment when it comes to the word balloons. At times I had to squint to actually read the dialogue. Overall, the second story is a bit more pleasing visually. Mahfood restrains himself more, yet the figures are depicted in a very fluid and engaging style. I also enjoyed the use of bright colors, which help offset the overly dark opening tale.

    This is a slick little book, but the high price tag might turn a lot of potential readers away. This issue is geared very much towards a particular target audience, and they already know who they are. Everyone else would be better served waiting for a trade.

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    Esas portadas estan bien bizarras y llamativas

    de que va?
    Je t'aime ma belle sorcière


    Atrevete a retarme!

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    Me iras a creer que aún no lo leo...
    Pero he incluido una reseña en el post principal, solo no hagas casos cuando habla del precio del cómic...

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