Head Lopper #3

Writer: Andrew MacLean Artist: Andrew MacLean Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: March 9, 2016 Cover Price: $5.99 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 1
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Norgal and Agatha meet fellow adventurer Zhaania while battling a mega-arachnid from Hell.

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    Comic Bastards - Asa Giannini Mar 9, 2016

    I could easily double the length of this review singing the praises of ‘Head Lopper‘ or even just Agatha (‘What about my weevil paste?'). Andrew Maclean is, piece by piece, crafting an epic comedy story that makes me smile whenever I think about it. I sincerely hope that when this series wraps up in June, some sort of sequel will follow as I do not feel ready to say goodbye to the central duo, but whether it does or doesn't, Head Lopper is shaping up to be a masterpiece. Read Full Review

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    Big Comic Page - Craig Neilson-Adams Mar 10, 2016

    Highest of recommendations for this one then, and with the concluding issue not set to hit shelves for another three months, theres plenty of time for you to get caught up in the utterly unique world of HEAD LOPPER. Read Full Review

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    Comic Crusaders - Dawn of Comics Mar 10, 2016

    The over arching story of this four part tale is entertaining in its own right with plenty of plots to keep you going between the queen trying to save her kingdom and the bog witch trying to overthrow it and her minions with ideas for their own rise to power this is a must read. The great writing stands out with serious panels quickly evaporating into laugh out loud moments. The art in this is simple gorgeous, simple yet so stunning, bold colours make each page pop and keeps you lingering to check out each panel closely. This book is one of my favourites right now, I'll be sad when it ends.For me this easily a 5 star book. Read Full Review

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    Big Glasgow Comic Page - neil_or_no_deal Mar 15, 2016

    Head Lopper #3 is another fantastic chapter of one of the finest creator owned titles on the shelves right now.A bumper package of rip roaring action and adventure featuring a star comic turn by a decapitated head. Read Full Review

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    Pav Apr 12, 2016

    It's hilarious--for being a book with the focus on a behemoth of a man carrying a severed witch's head, it feels so real, especially with Agatha Blue Witch's constant annoying of Head Lopper (Norgal will do just fine).

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