Kill Audio #1

Kill Audio #1

Writer: Claudio Sanchez, Chondra Echert Artist: Mr. Sheldon Publisher: Boom! Studios Release Date: October 14, 2009 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 2
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KILL AUDIO follows the adventures of an immortal little troll who struggles to find a purpose in a land where musical and artistic creativity are controlled substances. With a growing team of misfits to keep him company on the crazy road to clarity and an aggravating nemesis setting them back at every turn, will Kill Audio ever find what he's looking for?

"This is disturbing work, and I mean that as a compliment," BOOM! Studios Editor-in-Chief Mark Waid said. "Anyone who's a fan of THE MAXX or of Robot Chicken should check this out."

Claudio Sanchez, the celebrated creator of the COHEED AND CAMBRIA mythology, including the best selling sci-fi mini-series, THE AMORY WARS, is back with KILL AUDIO!

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - Karyn Pinter Aug 3, 2009

    Man, if I knew what was actually going on in this comic Id tell you, but I just a little confused. Its like a bad acid trip, or just a normal acid trip since there really isnt a difference between the Ive been told. I guess to really get to the bottom of what the hell is with this comic well all just have to wait until October to run down to the local comic shop and check it out. Based on what Ive read so far I had to give it middle-of-the-road rating but only because I dont have the full issue sitting in front of me, but for only a small section of the story it didnt do so badly. Id say my chances of getting a full copy are pretty high though, and I think it might be worth checking out for all of you who like strange like Goth rock trolls and pimp chickens. Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Eye On Comics - Don MacPherson Oct 24, 2009

    Mr. Sheldons distorted, extreme designs and linework certainly is in keeping with the surreal, weird tone of the character concepts and settings. His design for Chico, for example, is disgusting, but the character is meant to be a repellent figure. Some elements are far too ambiguous in appearance; I couldnt tell what Mr. Beavs companion was supposed to be, for example, nor could I tell what the creatures that ate the sentient newspaper are either. Read Full Review

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