Kaijumax #2

Kaijumax #2

Writer: Zander Cannon Artist: Zander Cannon Publisher: Oni Press Release Date: May 20, 2015 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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Gupta, the most morally flexible guard at Kaijumax, discovers a way to supplement his drug income. Just in time, too, since the Queen of the Moon is rapidly losing patience in regards to his gambling debts. Also: Double-crosses! Violence! Telepathic abuse! Cavity searches! And... friendship??

  • 9.5
    Comicosity - Jordan Jennings May 20, 2015

    Still, Kaijumax is something special and a comic everyone should be reading. It is rich in character and beautiful in design. Cannons passion and years of experience in comics comes together to create a world that is delightful. Kaijumax #2 (and the whole series) is for anyone that has ever enjoyed a giant monster movie. It is phenomenal in what Cannon creates. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Overmental - Andrew Tran May 20, 2015

    Like I said in my review of issue #1, the magic of the series so far is in the details, from the kaiju contraband, to their specialized slang ("You don't know what I redking want") to names of the gangs (Crips = cryp(tids)s). It's positively dripping so far in kaiju lore, and you can just feel the love Cannon has for his subject matter. The writing is properly inspired ("We don't gotta be battling, using our special moves on each other, do we?"), the pace of the plot is spot-on so far, and most surprisingly, he's shown a lot of restraint with the monster showdowns. 'Cause, you know, if it was me, it'd be giant robo-mantis on mystic scythe-wielding raccoon action all day long. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Henchman-4-Hire - Sean Ian Mills May 23, 2015

    Kaijumax is a really neat idea carried through by a writer/artist who has definitely put a lot of fun thought into his comic. Wherever he takes the story, I'll be there! Read Full Review

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