Chicken Devils #2

Writer: Brian Buccellato Artist: Mattia Monaco Publisher: Aftershock Comics Release Date: January 18, 2023 Cover Price: $4.99 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 4
8.0Critic Rating
7.1User Rating

The Chicken Devils' war on crime continues as they try to stomp out the 'Turds...and another NEW gang with a strange name. Meanwhile on the home front, Mitchell Moss enacts a plan to help keep his family safe, despite their best efforts to undermine him.

  • 8.0
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Feb 15, 2023

    Chicken Devils is moving the story from the first series forward pretty well, though this one is mostly focused on Mitch being dragged into another mission with the cops. The more interesting material comes from the family side, especially with how things are going so badly with the daughter and her boyfriend by the end, but also the kind of conflict that exists between Mitch and his wife over everything that's happened. She's at least aware of the danger itself and what's involved but is understandably frustrated with how it seems to keep escalating instead of settling down and drawing off. It's a fun book and a solid addition to the property overall. Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    Stand Up Comic Reader Feb 23, 2023

    The award for 'Comic Book that has to be turned into a Streaming Show' goes to the entire Chicken Devil run. Is the premise of Cops go vigilante and dress up as chickens with the Hot Chicken guy believable or a viable plot development? Maybe. Maybe not. But after such a scintillating first arc I'm giving this creative team the benefit of the doubt to burn our comic taste buds once more. Full freezing in LA review at:

  • 8.5
    Deadlybeavis Jan 22, 2023

    Any comic that adds in music from my man, Stan Bush is an absolute must buy for me. 🎵Fight to survive!!!🎵

  • 8.0
    DDJamesB Jan 19, 2023

    It's prettys absurd but fun at the same time. Just so ridiculous that it works.

  • 3.5

    I’m baffled by the modern moral notion that insulting someone’s religion is bigoted unless the insults are directed towards Christians or Jews. I found Buccellato going out of his way to make fun of Jesus detracted from what has otherwise been a very entertaining series. Let me caveat this by saying that in no way am I implying Buccalleto is a bigot, but 1)we all have immortal souls and will someday be held accountable for all that we say or do and 2) there is an obvious double standard in modern pop culture concerning how Judeo-Christianity is portrayed compared to other religions.

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