Psycho Bonkers #1

Psycho Bonkers #1

Writer: Vince Hernandez Artist: Adam Archer Publisher: Aspen Comics Release Date: May 20, 2015 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 2
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Crack the speed barrier wide open in this thrilling new adventure that redefines what it means to go full throttle!

Join Shine, a young but unyielding teenage girl, as she races to find the true story behind the tragedy that wrecked her family, and shattered the sport of Bonk Racing to its core. Along with her trusted technician, Gabbo, and her sentient Bonk Racer, Shiza, she will discover that learning the truth about her future is as dangerous as the tragic past she is trying to forget!

Told in a series of five legs within the race of all races-the Super Bonk Rally, this five issue mini-series will span amazing landscapes and death-defying terrain, as these racers go Psycho Bonkers!

  • 10
    Florida Geek Scene - Bryce Osceola Oct 28, 2015

    Although this comic might seem "kid-oriented", it offers a fantastic way to bolster interactivity and engagement with the story through the various puzzles. Also, the fact that readers can color the comic any way they want offers readers a new plane to connect with the comic and its story. The level of "user-input" in this comic makes it a masterpiece and allows readers to create their very own art. Adventures of Psycho Bonkers is wonderful for all ages! Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Bastards - Dustin Cabeal May 9, 2015

    I think Psycho Bonkers would be a great first comic for kids. The world is interesting and has plenty of elements for kids to get into: racing, futuristic cars, robots and talking A.I. Honestly I worry that the backstory might get in the way of just a fun story about racing, but it could add to it as well. I don't know if I'll review every issue going forward, but I was definitely charmed by this series enough to continue checking it out. Frankly, I wish more publishers would put together comics like Psycho Bonkers because it really is a great place for kids to start reading and enjoying comics and guess what? No super heroes which is important to show kids as well. Check it out for you or your kids. Read Full Review

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