Holy F*ck #1
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Holy F*ck #1

Writer: Nick Marino Artist: Daniel Arruda Massa Publisher: Action Lab Comics Release Date: January 21, 2015 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 7 User Reviews: 2
7.2Critic Rating
7.8User Rating

Why is a nun barging into a seedy Tokyo karaoke bar in the middle of the night to find a sleazy naked man smoking meth? Because that man is Jesus, and Sister Maria needs him to help her and Satan stop humanity's mythological gods from messing up the Earth. Includes two limited variant covers, each limited to 1,500 copies, and ask your local retail if they will be offering one of the limited edition store exclusive mythological god covers.

  • 10
    Comic Bastards - Dustin Cabeal Oct 6, 2014

    It's a quick read, but you'll likely find yourself reading it a couple of times. At this point I'm on read through four and it's just worth the time. I'm not usually one for Biblical satire because a lot of it falls flat or just gets too preachy, but with Holy F*ck it's looking to tell an interesting story that doesn't take itself seriously, but doesn't get lost in trying to bash the Bible in every possible way. Truly this is one of the funniest stories of the year and you still have ample time to pre-order it. Do that now! Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    ComicBuzz - Vixen Ninetails Mar 27, 2015

    The artwork is really original I must say and the colours really fill up the pages. I can't really compare it to anything I have seen before which is a great complement any artist would love to hear. For me, the facial expressions in the artwork is the most enjoyable bit. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Bud Nov 11, 2014

    Imagine, if you will, a comic world in which the Devil in all his details, walks towards your white picket fence in the front yard, bearing his ever-friendly grin. Hes adorned in worn Bermuda shorts three sizes too small, a bit of a potbelly attempting to push through his equally tight golf shirt, sporting tighty-whiteys-bright knee high socks and black rubber sandals, '50s-inspired horn-rimmed spectacles wrapped around his orbs. He might even be holding out his arms to embrace you into his world of lies, with a twist of ruby red Maybelline smeared around his pie hole for good measure. Pucker up, and come along for the trip. There may be at least Seven Circles to this ride. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    The Lost Lighthouse - thelostlighthouse Jan 22, 2015

    This was a fun read, and overall should be a very funny mini series. I'm interested to see howthe deities try to bring about the apocalypse, and what the protagonists ofHoly Fuck do to prevent it. Check it out at your LCS or digital comics platform. Read Full Review

  • 5.6
    Word Of The Nerd - Mia Faller Jan 22, 2015

    In future issues, I'm hoping to see some more background for some of these characters, particularly Saint Maria. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    Fangoria - Svetlana Fedotov Jan 20, 2015

    The art, on the other hand, falls painfully short of any style or substance. While there is a definite "look" that the comic was going for (a pop art/graffiti style), the poor layout and awful character movement is very garish to look at. Also, the backgrounds lack detail and give the characters a very blank world to inhabit, almost as if in a half finished painting. Honestly, I wouldn't get this one for the art. But all in all, HOLY F*CKis exactly what it is: a jab at Christians with plenty of explosions. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    Major Spoilers - Chris Wilson Jan 25, 2015

    Holy F*ck is fun even if a little juvenile and predictable. Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    Slayer666 Feb 2, 2015

    Fun, weird, kick ass.

  • 7.0
    supercoolyeah Apr 28, 2015

    I expected high hopes with this thing. But I guess because I really am not a believer nor an atheist I guess this just didn't hit me where I wanted to hit me. It's a unique, original story that will probably get a few bible thumpers upset but hey freedom of press! The art is blah and there isn't a lot of dialog. Just a unique read at best.

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