A parade hits Dedande City, and after the trials of last issue our detective could do with some time off. It's normal to let you hair down at these things. Have a dance. Have a couple of drinks. Puke up some snakes...
This is such a clever comic and then it's also really nice to look at (seriously, go flip through issue two a few times and just bask in the innovative art direction). So you're getting stuff about the afterlife that incorporates diverse characters and different religious aspects and it's all so good. I think that Limbo might actually spoil me for other urban fantasy comics because it's just filled with so much of the things that I like in my comics. Gosh. Read Full Review
Limbo is a fresh new title that gets the noir genre right. Dan Watters' writing fills you with anticipation at every turn of the page, and Caspar Wijngaard's sultry art style will definitely fog up your glasses. Jump on this title while it's in its infancy; it is a treat. Read Full Review
I'm not giving up on this series, if anything I find it more interesting now because it comes across less and less like a formula book. So many creators have a "formula" to their stories, often times taught to them by their editor at the "big two" that the stories become dull to read. Though I have problems with this issue, it presents an interesting look at honest comic crafting and that definitely helps to bring me back for more. For you, you'll just have to decide if there's enough in the issue to hook you for another. Read Full Review
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