Chew #32

Chew #32

Writer: John Layman Artist: Rob Guillory Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: March 20, 2013 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 6
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Revelations! Fights! Milkshakes!

  • 9.0
    Comic Book Therapy - MrComicBook Mar 20, 2013

    Chew #32 is classic Chew. Filled to the brim with call backs, while balancing humor and emotion brilliantly. Fantastic issue. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    The Weekly Crisis - Hansel Moreno Mar 19, 2013

    This amazing duo have shown great dedication to their book and are telling a deeply fulfilling story that merits your attention. Buy it in singles, paperback or the amazing Omnivore editions. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    cxPulp - Andrea Speed Mar 19, 2013

    Another solid issue, and an important one. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    IGN - rzochoa Mar 25, 2013

    But through all of that, the biggest thing John Layman brings to the table with this issue is a big change in the character of Tony Chu. Since the beginning, he has been a man doing his job. He eats evidence, goes to the bad guy, has a shoot out, and arrests the perp. But now, he has a purpose to find the person who has hurt him close to home. In the middle of a confrontation with the Immaculate Ova Cult, he steps up and takes control of the situation using his newfound ability, and handles it in a way you would expect from Jason Statham in any summer blockbuster in which he stars. And not only that, but Tony then proceeds to stand up to his boss, who for the entire series has loathed him. With everything going on, that is what elevates this from your standard explosive issue of Chew. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Newsarama - David Pepose Mar 19, 2013

    You don't walk into a kitchen with a bunch of ingredients and no idea what to do with them. That's not just Cooking 101, the rule also applies for storytelling. In that regard, John Layman is doing exactly what he has to do to keep Chew headed to its final goal, particularly after some of the darker turns this series has taken in the past few months. Yet he's also missing a little bit of that lightness, of that goofy charm that made Chew so fun to read in the first place. If Layman and Guillory can leaven this book up with a little bit of its old humor, I think Chew will be back in fighting form. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Unleash The Fanboy - Zac Boone Mar 20, 2013

    While it doesn't exactly grab you by the throat, Chew #32 has enough action and more than enough humor to keep you entertained. I do wish that John Layman would play things a bit more straightforward, although I supposed the series would lose much of its charm in the process. Read Full Review

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