Hoodlum #1 looks mighty fine as well. John Toledo delivers a vivid and detailed world. Every panel is filled to the brim, there's no wasted space. He uses a heavily inked look that lays shadows on extra thick, and that's not a bad thing in this bleak setting. The only problem is the absence of color. Black and white books are fine, but Toledo's heavy detail work sometimes is difficult to sort out, and color would definitely help clear up some of the bigger scenes. All in all, Hoodlum is a series worth checking out, especially if you like your worlds of the crazy town banana pant variety. Read Full Review
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