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All-America Comix #1

Writer: Joe Casey Artist: Dustin Nguyen Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: July 1, 2020 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 10 User Reviews: 2
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Her last name is VASQUEZ! Her first name...says it all! And when confronted with the hidden secret of the universe, you won't believe the cosmic truth she uncovers! Brought to you by the Wildcats Version 3.0 team of JOE CASEY and DUSTIN NGUYEN-reunited for the first time in fifteen years!

  • 10
    AIPT - David Brooke Jun 30, 2020

    'All-America Comix' is the kind of experiment you want to see more of, especially if you're tired of superhero comics. It's filled with wit, creativity, and a sense of excitement. Casey and Nguyen make a strong statement that superheroes can feel different, but still bring you the joy and impact of the best #1 issues in comic book history. Add 'All-America Comix' to that pile. Read Full Review

  • 8.6
    Outright Geekery - Dandy Don the Valiant Jun 30, 2020

    This is my favorite issue of the year and it's not even close! Read Full Review

  • 8.6
    The Brazen Bull - Dave Robbins Jul 1, 2020

    All-America Comix is an intriguing one-shot with a bit of a cliff hanger, that has a smart, snarky and delightful newbie superhero that deserves a longer run. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bookcase - Benjamin Morin Jul 1, 2020

    All-America Comix crafts an engaging narrative despite some dialog issues. This is a series rich with potential and a solid first issue that left me wanting more. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Graphic Policy - Brett Jul 1, 2020

    For those that might not know Casey's history with Miss America, they may find a hero they want more of. For those that know the character, it's hard to not examine every word and every decision made. It's a fascinating comic on multiple levels but a frustrating one. Where Casey could have shown us what he'd have done with his creation that was far superior than what we've seen, instead we get what feels like a creator venting about having their toys taken away. Read Full Review

  • 6.3
    Sequential Planet - Marcus Orchard Jun 27, 2020

    All America Comix #1 is a frustrating read because it has such a fun concept but falls short in so many areas. Still, this might be worth checking for fans of America Chavez, or just Marvel fans in general. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Monkeys Fighting Robots - Justin Munday Jul 1, 2020

    Despite an inspiring concept and a couple of cool moments, this one-shot is marred by inconsistent artwork and a crippling over-reliance on contemporary slang and culture. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    ComicBook.com - Jenna Anderson Jul 1, 2020

    Ultimately, All-America Comix #1 feels like a generic version of your favorite snack food"it's enjoyable, and it gets the job done at the moment, but you're ultimately left wanting more of the real thing. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Major Spoilers - Christopher Rondeau Jul 7, 2020

    I was drawn to this idea of a younger superhero with modern resources and trials. However, I don't think America came out much better than a caricature. I want to see this character fleshed out and perhaps in issue 2 we will see that. The art and writing was decent but it didn't really go beyond a simple idea. Read Full Review

  • 4.5
    Multiversity Comics - Matthew Blair Jul 3, 2020

    Decent artwork and the potential for real life legal drama are the reasons why this final score isnt any lower. Read Full Review

  • 2.5
    KittyNone Jul 1, 2020

    Wow I was so excited for this comic and... yeah, it's terrible, actually. Joe Casey is desperately trying to write a modern teenager and the result is one of those cringe-inducing affairs where an adult makes it clear that they haven't spoken to a teenager since they were in high school. It reads like he made a list of every slang term employed by anyone under 40 in the last ten years and wanted to get every single one of them into the comic so we could all see how "down with the kids" he is. Casey tries to have America not-Chavez distinguish herself from Millennials, but he doesn't seem clear on what the distinction is between the generations. Most notably, the constant use of #hashtags for their own sake, which makes for both an unreadabl more

  • 3.5
    KFuqua Jul 2, 2020

    This book was extremely disappointing and had nothing that made me want to come back for another issue. Poor writing, poor art, desperately using blatant ripoffs of characters from other companies....just nothing worth taking another look at.

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