Jersey Gods #6

Jersey Gods #6

Writer: Glen Brunswick Artist: Dan McDaid Publisher: Image Comics Critic Reviews: 2
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  • 8.0
    The Comic Addiction - Mike Smith Aug 8, 2009

    This is another great issue and even though I have thoroughly enjoyed each issue from the start, I continue to be surprise how well written and drawn this book is each time I finish an issue. Glen Brunswick takes the mundane tasks and routine events and writes them into a superhero book that makes them either exciting or funny. I honestly feel the humor is one of the more understated elements of this book. Dan McDaid offers his usual great art and style that harkens back to a Jack Kirkby-esque type of superhero comic. I am excited to see where this story arc goes. For anyone that has yet to check this book out this issue is a great jumping on point. I would also like to mention that the first trade came out last week if you are looking to catch the first story arc. Well written and great art. This book is pure fun and there should be more comics like this in the marketplace. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Aug 8, 2009

    Jersey Gods continues to be one of the newest enjoyments on the racks, but this issue had some problems regarding an explanation for the villain's behavior and an unfortunate downfall through pop culture. Read Full Review

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