This Damned Bad was a pretty surreal ride throughout and I'm still not quite sure what I think about it. As a whole work, it did some really great stuff in capturing the time and characters through Cornell's scripting and dialogue and the fantastic artwork from Parker. The nature of the finale is definitely appealing in seeing Clive being fully on with what he's done while everyone else is trying to survive. Bringing Alice back as the real savior of things has a whole lot of appeal as well and she definitely has some great sequences here, especially with how things end with her and Kev. That feels well earned here by the end and made a big impression on me overall. This is definitely a great little trippy series that for fans of music and the genre are definitely going to have a whole lot of fun with. Read Full Review
on a high note. While it's had its ups and downs, I think Paul Cornell has created another highly enjoyable tale and I severely hope elements from this comic find its way into future works. Tony Parker excels in making Satan into a mighty presence while humanizing him just enough. The book ends on the right satisfying note with a sense of conclusion but still wanting to see what's next. Read Full Review
Overall though, Parker and Cornell have given us an enjoyable ride, with some memorable characters and more bizarre moments than you can shake a plectrum at. So, while it never did quite manage to turn itself all the way up to eleven, This Damned Band is still a series thats well worth picking up when the trade eventually drops Read Full Review
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