Snarked #0
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Snarked #0

Writer: Roger Langridge Artist: Roger Langridge Publisher: Boom! Studios/Kaboom! imprint Critic Reviews: 1
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    Eye On Comics - Don MacPherson Jul 4, 2011

    While the characters and plot developments are largely inspired by the works of Lewis Carroll, the two main characters' behavior and the dynamic between them is much more reminiscent of a different kind of mass entertainment. The Walrus strikes me as the Hardy to the Carpenter's Laurel. I was also put in mind of the misadventures of the Three Stooges. Langridge takes an old-school, slapstick approach to the comedy here. It's cute and fun, but it's also predictable. However, I'm mindful of the fact that I'm not among the target audience for this comic book. This is published under Boom! Studios' relatively new kids' imprint, Kaboom! Many often mistake kids' comics as being "for all ages," but Snarked seems aimed directly at the younger set. The origins and inspirations here might intrigue adults, especially those with an interest in classic literature, but the broad strokes here likely won't captivate an older crowd they could a younger set. Still, for only a buck, you'd be hard-pressed Read Full Review

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