Babyteeth #11

Writer: Donny Cates Artist: Garry Brown Publisher: Aftershock Comics Release Date: June 13, 2018 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 4
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The story of the Antichrist and the people who love him continues as we enter into the most terrifying chapter of our journey so far: THE TERRIBLE TWOS! Plus, who is our mysterious new storyteller!? And what secrets about the fate of Clark do they hold?! Find out here, as a bold new direction in BABYTEETH begins!
From Donny Cates, the writer of Thanos, Dr. Strange, Buzzkill, Paybacks, Redneck and the breakout hit God Country, comes a pulse-pounding new series with art from THE REVISIONIST's Garry Brown!
"This book is going to be the most sought after title of 2017" - Rick Shea of Famous Faces & Funnies comic shop

  • 8.0
    Bleeding Cool - Joshua Davison Jun 16, 2018

    Babyteeth once more delivers a compelling horror book about family and doomsday cults with #11. The character development is on point, and the tension and pacing has been cooled down for this cooldown issue. This book earns a recommendation. Check it out. Read Full Review

  • 9.5
    TheImageIsStrong Jun 22, 2018

    We are at issue 11! Already!? It has flown by at such and excellent pacing it is why Cates is one of the best in the biz. He brings his A game to every book, and with Garry Brown's excellent art and Englert's coloring goes hand and handwith Brown's penciling. Then we have Taylor Esposito,who in my opinion is one of the best at lettering in the industry! The people in this industry who letter and do titles etc., deserve their recognition and Taylor is another reason why this book clicks on all levels! Amazing team who is putting their blood, sweat, and tears into this book! 9.5 out of 10...

  • 8.0
    Joshua G Jun 19, 2018

    It's very solid but honestly skippable.
    It raises the stakes and tells a cool story about one of the side characters that you've probably been wondering about. The art is wispy and fits well with Donny Cates' love of deserts and Texas imagery.
    This is nearing the longest run Cates has ever written (I don't think his work with Marvel has gone past ten issues, and Redneck is about as long) so I'm especially interested in seeing whether Cates has the wherewithal to make it to the end of the story.
    It's not especially good as a jumping on point, and long-time readers will probably want to wait a bit to see where this arc goes (but *spoiler it's probably literally going to hell*).

  • 8.0
    Bill Blaze Jun 22, 2018

    This issue was i-ight.

  • 10
    Greg Hound Aug 8, 2018

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