Madman In Your Face 3D Special #1

Madman In Your Face 3D Special #1

Writer: Michael Allred Artist: Michael Allred, Laura Allred Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: November 26, 2014 Cover Price: $9.99 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
8.5Critic Rating
8.0User Rating

This super-sized specialeffects spectacular features an all-new Madman story by MICHAEL ALLRED, plus an exclusive 3D gallery of superstar talent: PAOLO RIVERA, MARCOS MARTIN, JAE LEE, EDUARDO RISSO, EMMA RIOS, NICK DRAGOTTA, ANDREW ROBINSON, SEAN MURPHY, MARIS WICKS, AARON CONLEY, JENNY FRISON, DECLAN SHALVEY, BECKY CLOONAN, JOE QUINONES, MING DOYLE, NICK BRADSHAW, and more! Plus newly converted 3D versions of the acclaimed “Swiped From Dimension X,” where ALLRED drew almost every panel in the style of a different artist, and “The World’s Biggest Comic Book Panel.” Also includes a cut-out 3D cube and surprises galore! Custom MADMAN 3D glasses included!

  • 8.5
    IGN - Jesse Schedeen Nov 26, 2014

    This special might not appeal to the uninitiated, but if you're a devout fan of Madman or Allred's art in general, you'll definitely want to grab your red and blue glasses and give this comic a gander. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Gizmo Dec 7, 2014

    There are some very creative stories in here, I may have to track down the trades containing these. I could have done without all of the extra cover art inside, just to keep the cost down but maybe it would have still be expensive anyways and it was just an attempt to give you your money's worth. They look awesome either way. The 3D effect comes out nicely in the first story, there were some odd spots here and there in the second story that didn't line up quite right, but overall well done. Unfortunately, the colours are all washed out leaving you with just greys, yellows and purples, but everything still communicated clearly. If I could change anything about Allred's writing, it would be to cut down on all of the unnecessary caption boxes, they give an empathizing look into Frank Einstein's self doubts, but they disrupt the flow of the narrative more often than not.

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