A1 #4

A1 #4

Writer: David Elliott, W.H. Rauf Artist: Garrie Gastonny, amp, Various Publisher: Titan Books Release Date: September 11, 2013 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 2
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"Weirding Willows." There's a dinosaur from Hollow Earth loose in the Weir and she's eating Farmer McGregor's sheep! Can Alice and Frankenstein's Monster stop her before McGregor puts down this purple T-Rex for good? "Odyssey." What do you get when you cross soldiers, superheroes, supervillains with a truckload of guns, in a children's hospital in Iraq? This month's chapter, that's what! "Carpediem: Nine Iron." Grab your woods and irons and join the CarpeDIEm agents as they battle a haunted putt-putt golf arena, where deadly surprises wait in every hole.

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    TheCultDen - Reece Morris-Jones Sep 20, 2013

    All in all, I'm very impressed as to how the series is developing. Now that the worlds have been set up, it feels like theres a increased sense of confidence in the writing style. This was the first month since I started reading A1 that its been a close call as to which was the better story of the anthology. Overall, if you had to get just one, I would still say Carpe Diem because self contained chunks of madness are my personal preference. But in the long run? I think Odyssey and Weirding Willows have the potential to reward those readers that stick with their stories. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Bastards - Dustin Cabeal Sep 11, 2013

    As I said, I enjoy all three of these stories and the fact that they all share one home. This anthology is very diverse and no two stories are even remotely similar. Because of that you have a solid reading experience that delivers a little bit of everything from action to comedy or just the strange. If you enjoy anthologies this is a no-brainer to pick up, but if you're just looking for a something different to read then pick it up as well. Read Full Review

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