Critter #1

Critter #1

Writer: Tom Hutchison Artist: Fico Ossio Publisher: Big Dog Ink Release Date: July 8, 2015 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4
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The newest re-mastered debut from Aspen’s Big Dog Ink imprint has arrived!

As a young girl, Cassia grew up as a tomboy who learned karate, ran track and took gymnastics. One day when a little girl is kidnapped for ransom, she finds out that she might have what it takes to be a superhero. But, little does she know that being a hero was always in her blood!

Featuring re-mastered content, an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at Critter, creator commentary and more! Don’t miss out on the second of Aspen’s all new BDI launch titles with the premiere of CRITTER #1!

  • 8.0
    ComicWow!TV - Bhavna Bakshi Jul 9, 2015

    This is a slow first issue, but good for getting an understanding of who the protagonist is. There is no central issue just yet, but we will have to see what unravels from here. I think Paradox is going to start some beef with the superheroes, but who's to say? Keep reading to find out what happens! Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    The Broken Infinite - Frank Rodriguez Aug 1, 2015

    Critter # 1 stands out by introducing us to a strong female male lead. We get plenty of spotlight on Critter and her world around. Hutchison smartly gives us her importance to the universe right off the bat and develops a great story around her. The art was top notch, with some splendid coloring and excellent detail. Yet, there was a lot of story and exposition given this issue that made it felt a bit overwhelming at times. Otherwise, a great first issue. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Chuck's Comic Of The Day - Chuck Jul 14, 2015

    I think there are some good ideas here and lots of potential, but we need more reasons to care about the title character and we need a better grip on the supporting cast. Read Full Review

  • 5.4
    Word Of The Nerd - Mia Faller Jul 9, 2015

    While I enjoy the overall idea of Critter and the time-space continuum ideas presented in this issue, I'm not confident enough in Cassia's representation to suggest that this is worth picking up the second issue. Read Full Review

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