Truth, Justin and the American Way #4

Writer: Scott Kurtz, Aaron Williams Artist: Giuseppe Ferrario Publisher: Image Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Robert Murray Sep 18, 2006

    The other big draw for this series is the terrific art by Giuseppe Ferrario, whose style is perfect for this kind of humor comic. Everything about the main characters presentation is cartoon-like and animated, complete with bugged-out eyes, distorted lip movements, and over-the-top expressions. Happiness comes with huge grins that lift the face completely, and sadness is shown in the sagging action of the body. Its artwork thats not too far away from an animated show, which in some ways is what this comic book is. The beginning has a theme song (which you can hear on the website), and the ending has credits that duplicate still scenes from the show. But, unlike 80s shows which are now unintentionally funny, Kurtz and Williams look to strike your funny bone at every turn. For good belly laughs with nostalgia as the driving force, you cant do much better than Truth, Justin, and the American Way. Read Full Review

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