Harry Johnson #2

Writer: Charles Fulp Artist: Craig Rousseau Publisher: Fulp Fiction Inc. Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Oct 13, 2004

    Craig Rousseau is clearly understands that this book is a comedy driven affair as in addition to playing up the cartoonish elements of his style, there is a clear effort to sell the more amusing visual elements of the series, from the fact the every female character is sporting basketball-sized chests, to the fact that the Nazis have an amusing habit of putting their swastika symbol on every object they can, from their secret base to coffee mugs. The art also deserves full marks for it's highly expressive faces from Harry's look of anticipation as he takes in the scenery of the beach, to his reaction when the bodyguard picks up the scissors. The art is so clearly over the top in its delivery that one can't help but buy into this book's mission statement of being as goofy as possible. This is a well put together independent project, and the art gives it a decidedly professional appearance. Read Full Review

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