Astro City #27

Astro City #27

Writer: Kurt Busiek Artist: Joseph M Infurnari Publisher: Vertigo Release Date: September 23, 2015 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 1
8.2Critic Rating
8.0User Rating

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American Chibi has been a mystery since her debutuntil now. Learn the secrets behind her origin, her powers and the deadly threat she stands against in an issue featuring the guest art of rising star Joe Infurnari (The Bunker, Jersey Gods). Plus, is this worldor any otherready forChibi Honor Guard?!

  • 9.7
    Geeked Out Nation - Ian Yoxon Sep 27, 2015

    Basically this comic brings out what I loved about Astro City. The art may have thrown me off a bit at first, but it quickly grew on me. It has a unique character that you can easily follow and you hope to see more adventures like this one in the next few issues of Astro City. Read Full Review

  • 8.6
    IGN - Levi Hunt Sep 24, 2015

    Astro City has been on a roll of strong, character-focused work as Kurt Busiek and his guest artists have been telling one-shot origins or spotlight issues for the various heroes of this universe. Read Full Review

  • 8.4
    Chuck's Comic Of The Day - Chuck Sep 24, 2015

    The interior art is by Joe Infurnari, filling in for Brent Anderson. The story and the art are justserviceable this time around - not bad, but not quite up to theusual standards - but as I've said before, an "average" Astro City story is better than some of the best you'll find in any other title. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    All-Comic - Lido Giovacchini Sep 24, 2015

    As stated the key to whether or not youll enjoy your visit to Astro City is how much affection you have for the silver age of comics. As great as the series is, its not surprising that stuff that actively critiqued the silver age like Watchmen are what got popular in the mainstream. On the other hand, injecting modern writing standards into the most exuberant and innocent age of comics usually ends with a realization of the monstrousness of silver age concepts, even Grant Morrison, one of the biggest silver age comic nerds there is, fell into that trap a few times so its nice that Astro City has actively resisted that path for so long, even if its kept the comic relegated to the upper echelons of the comics world and not much else. Still, not everything needs to be a TV show or a movie or even a New York Times bestseller, some things can just be for comic nerds, and thats Astro City. Read Full Review

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