Elasticator #1
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Elasticator #1

Writer: A.C. Medina Artist: Kevin Shah Publisher: Scout Comics Release Date: March 9, 2016 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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It's the debut issue of the next great modern superhero! In this neo-crime epic, we follow The Elasticator (aka Mikey Mazzagatti) as he tells us his story of life in Brooklyn during the height of the recession. With a city on its knees and organized crime working alongside the government, Mikey must push past his own troubles towards a greater good. Mixing equal parts humor and grit, Mikey goes from outcast to a neighborhood icon. Mikey pulls no punches as he tells a story of regret, hardship, and second chances.

  • 8.4
    Graphic Policy - Madison Butler Mar 30, 2016

    So far, its unclear what Mikeys powers are. The brief moment in which Mikey gets in a fight isnt him dressed as a superhero, even though hes been beaten quite badly by the time hes arrested. The story is pretty well-paced, mostly focused on exhibition but with enough forward progress that it sets the gears in motion for the larger story. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Crusaders - Dawn of Comics Mar 23, 2016

    For an issue one this isn't bad, I'm interested to see where it goes, so for that I'll give this one 4 stars. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comic Bastards - Dustin Cabeal Apr 13, 2016

    This is an independent superhero comic book. Which there are plenty of. You'll basically be able to decide if you want to read more superhero books or not. If you are, then this one has a maturity to it that a lot of other superhero books don't. That's not to say that it's maturity is just violence, because it's not. It's the narration and the overall presentation of the world that makes it mature in addition to the artwork. If you're reading superhero comics then check this one out, if you're not then you weren't going to read this one anyway. Read Full Review

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