Dead End Boys #1

Dead End Boys #1

Writer: Ryan Burton Artist: Francine Delgado Publisher: Bluewater Comics Release Date: February 26, 2014 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 2
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Nicky Trainor grew up in a working class South Boston neighborhood. In and out of trouble growing up, Nicky ran with a neighborhood gang who called themselves the Dead End Boys. After Nicky’s cousin Mikey was shot and killed by a rival gang member, Nicky cleaned himself up and at the age of 22 joined the Boston Police Department.

  • 5.3
    Florida Geek Scene - Jesse Scheckner Feb 12, 2014

    First issues are crucial when it comes it an upstart series success. Misfires, poor execution and errors only serve to bury a comics positive points, of which Dead End Boys has a few. Although this was less than an ideal start for the series (and a textbook example of falling in love with ones original script at the expense of clarity), hopefully theyll right this ship within the next few issues to make this story intriguing enough to earn it an audience. Read Full Review

  • 1.5
    Modern Age Comics - Alexander Moser Feb 6, 2014

    The best part about this comic that it's a brand-new #1. The first issue is the start of a brand-new story for anyone to read. So when you're out there, picking up comics from the shelves, look for the whirlpool Bluewater Comics logo. So if you're still reading this review, you can tell that Dead End Boys is an absolute mess of a comic book. I really cannot support the level of unprofessionalism in writing and artwork that I see here. While I think it is wonderful for writers and artists to always try to jump into a brand new series, there isn't much hope for a book like this. Read Full Review

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