Uncouth Sleuth #1
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Uncouth Sleuth #1

Writer: Charles Fulp Artist: Craig Rousseau Publisher: Fulp Fiction Inc. Release Date: June 1, 2011 Critic Reviews: 2
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  • 7.0
    Comics Bulletin - The CB T&A Squad Jun 1, 2011

    I could probably stomach the bathroom humor--the sex jokes peppered throughout the story for the sake of trying to shock, entice, or delight (none of which happen to land). However, Harry Johnson aint funny--and for a funny book, thats a very glaring error. Read Full Review

  • 2.0
    Eye On Comics - Don MacPherson May 23, 2011

    Rousseau's style manages to shine through despite the fact that he didn't come up with the character designs (those are attributed to Dean Yeagle, who also handles the cover artwork). He maintains an appropriately bright and comedic tone; nothing in this book is to be taken seriously, and nothing looks serious, thankfully. Mind you, if Rousseau ever uses a compass when illustration, it got quite the workout on this project, thanks to the repetitive, balloon-influenced character designs for the women. It's kind of hard to stir up any enthusiasm for the artwork when it's used to bring such boorish material to life. Still, I have to admit that the variety of settings and the goofy, cartoony manner in which some are depicted offered fleeting glimmers of fun in an otherwise trying reading experience. Read Full Review

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