Misbegotten Runaway Nun #1
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Misbegotten Runaway Nun #1

Writer: Caesar Voghan, Eric Granger Artist: Justin Case Publisher: Action Lab Comics Release Date: September 20, 2017 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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In a post-apocalyptic world gone medieval, the Church sends their top monk warrior to infiltrate a renegade scientist's enclave and kidnap the J-Clone, the Lord's vat-born twin. Saving the holy clone from the cross forces, the monk must confront the truth of his own (very immaculate) birth. Clones of Marilyn Monroe, Hitler, Gandhi, and Jesus... oh my! Misbegotten is cyberpunk religion gone mad!

  • 7.5
    SnapPow.com - Harrison Rawdin Sep 21, 2017

    Misbegotten: Runaway Nun #1 is full of ideas with a creative team that seems more than eager to share them with their audience. There's a lot of info coming at the reader and the pacing of the book could use some work down the road but I still say give this Action Lab – Danger Zone release a chance! You might, like me, just walk away from this odd opener strangely impressed and even eager for more of this stuff. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    AiPT! - David Hildebrand Sep 20, 2017

    Misbegotten: Runaway Nun is a story that has quite a few interesting ideas, just horrible execution. The focus is scattered throughout the book. I don't know if I should care about the battle at the beginning, or if I should forget all about it and hope Monroe hooks up with J-clone. Maybe if the events were switched around in the order of the story, it would have been an easier read. But the best I can say is that the Runaway Nun needs to keep on running. Read Full Review

  • 2.0
    Comic Bastards - Daniel Vlasaty Sep 20, 2017

    All in all, Misbegotten Runaway Nun is a hard pass for me. I won't be reading anymore and I can't imagine there's much of a reason for anyone else to either. I was recently discussing something with a friend of mine and feel it is fitting to add to the end of this review. There are so many good books out there in the world (we were talking about novels - but the same thought can be applied to comics as well) that there is no reason to waste time reading bad things. And again, the idea of "bad things" is entirely subjective. Maybe this book worked for you, or for some other people, I don't know. I can't see it, but if it did, that's awesome. Continue enjoying this book then. I just won't be there with you to take the ride. Read Full Review

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