Shrugged Vol. 2 #1

Shrugged Vol. 2 #1

Writer: Frank Mastromauro Artist: Jonathan Marks Publisher: Aspen Comics Release Date: March 13, 2013 Cover Price: $1.00 Critic Reviews: 3
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Aspen's Ten Year Anniversary celebrates the return of SHRUGGED!

You think you're prepared, but you're not. You've been decisive in your actions up to this point, but now things have been turned upside down. You feel you've conformed your mindset and are ready to accept what you're about to experience, but you haven't. That's because SHRUGGED is back and ready to blow your mind!

Theo and his friends are entering their final year of high school, and even though Ange and Dev are still along for the ride, a host of new characters have joined in on the adventure! But, everything isn't all fun and games this time around as an evil force has also returned and is preparing to silence those voices inside their heads...permanently. If you thought you knew what fear was, you haven't seen anything yet!

Created by Michael Turner and Frank Mastromauro, with illustrations by newcomer Jonathan Marks and colorist Beth Sotelo, make sure to listen to the voices in

  • 8.0
    Unleash The Fanboy - Harrison Rawdin Mar 12, 2013

    Shrugged (vol.2) #1 is an text heavy but nonetheless enthralling ride that's sure to attract an audience as it pleases established fanboys and fangirls. Recommended. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Chuck's Comic Of The Day - Chuck Mar 18, 2013

    This issue is the latest in the "10 for 10" series, and costs a mere dollar - and it well worth checking out, especially at that price. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    Comic Book Resources - Doug Zawisza Mar 14, 2013

    Overall, "Shrugged Volume 2" #1 is fun, but not compelling. None of the characters hooked me and the story itself didn't offer enough of a threat to bring me screaming back for issue #2. That said, for a buck this wasn't a horrible story, in fact it was actually quite enjoyable. It just isn't a particularly memorable one. Aspen is doing well with their choices and between this and "Legend of the Shadow Clan" provides a nice range of subject matter and adventure options that shatter the preconceived notion of cheesecake good girl comic books that many readers associate with the publisher of "Fathom" and "Soulfire." Read Full Review

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