Space Bastards #2

Writer: Joe Aubrey, Eric Peterson Artist: Darick Robertson Publisher: Humanoids Publishing Release Date: February 10, 2021 Cover Price: $4.99 Critic Reviews: 5
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Acclaimed artist Darick Robertson (The Boys, HAPPY!) joins writers Eric Peterson and Joe Aubrey as they unleash the galaxy's most vicious and depraved...parcel couriers?
The secret origin of the IPS! Several years ago, after failing to make a profitable exit from his sex robot company, Roy Sharpton hit upon his next big idea: buy the failing Intergalactic Postal Service! Learn how he combined Uber and Rollerball into a violent and competitive army of contract workers--and the most successful business in history!

  • 9.7
    Comic Watch - Matt Meyer Feb 13, 2021

    Space Bastards #2 proves the first issue was no fluke. You WISH your indie darling was this amazing! Sick of the Big 2? Check out this inventive, darkly comedic comic NOW! Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    AIPT - Ronnie Gorham Feb 12, 2021

    Space Bastards #2 is a winner. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    COMICON - Olly MacNamee Feb 13, 2021

    ‘Space Bastards' #2 lets us in on the history of the Intergalactic Postal Service as well as giving us a closer look at the man who runs it, Roy Sharpton. A man who most definitely puts the “bastard” into ‘Space Bastards'. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Graphic Policy - Brett Feb 10, 2021

    Space Bastards #2 is another solid issue. It's going to piss people off but it knows it's being offensive and delivers it all in a way that it's not meant in a serious manner. We're supposed to think Sharpton is an asshole and wince at what he does. There's an over the top nature of it all that it's hard to take it too seriously and not see the second issue as an extension of the gonzo first. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Spartantown - Enrique Rea Feb 11, 2021

    'Space Bastards' #2 is a politically incorrect firebomb. It's a funny but cringe-inducing satire that lays bare the evils of corporate culture and the unqualified bigots that run them. In that sense, the Intergalactic Postal Service's origin isn't much different than others in real life and as a comic, it's a polarizing experience that is sure to be talked about.  Read Full Review

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