Finger Guns #1
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Finger Guns #1

Writer: Justin Richards Artist: Val Halvorson Publisher: Vault Comics Release Date: February 26, 2020 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 10 User Reviews: 3
8.9Critic Rating
9.2User Rating

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Two troubled teenagers discover they can manipulate emotions by firing finger guns. There will be laughs. There will be tears. There will be uncomfortable teen feelings and angst.
Oh yeah... and chaos.
So much chaos.

  • 10
    Comic Crusaders - Johnny Feb 26, 2020

    Vault Comics, a relatively newer company, hit their stride early on. Unlike other companies, who may have fallen off your radar, Vault have continued to make their mark, with fantastic story telling at their core. Finger Guns, is by no means the exception as the darkness of trying to cope as a teen, flirts with the idea of a quick fix in place of a sustained improvement in the quality of their lives. Read Full Review

  • 9.5
    Pastrami Nation - Nolan Smith Feb 16, 2020

    Finger Guns, though the title seems silly at first, looks to dig deeper emotionally in a world that would be a better place if controlling our emotions was so simple. A fantastic debut issue with a shock of a cliffhanger, I can't wait for the next issue. Read Full Review

  • 9.3
    Rogues Portal - Aaron Roberts Feb 26, 2020

    This is comic storytelling at its finest. Finger Gunsis an easy entry packaged in a clean box that contains challenging materials. Everything about Finger Guns feels fresh and new. Its an invigorating comicbook in a medium thats increasingly missing that. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    But Why Tho? - Cidnya Feb 23, 2020

    Finger Guns #1 has swept its way into my heart. It is a smart and heart-filled look into the emotional cravings and needs of teens. Reminding me of my youth and my personal refuge in music, much like protagonist Wes, I can be sure that most people will find this story relatable. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Newsarama - Forrest C. Helvie Feb 28, 2020

    The only criticism " a small one " is that letterer Taylor Esposito's cell phone texts were difficult to read even when zoomed in. Otherwise, Finger Guns #1 proves itself to be a highly relatable story for those living in the moment of their adolescent years. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Comics Bookcase - J. Paul Schiek Dec 17, 2019

    Vault Comics has long had my attention and admiration as a publisher that is not afraid to make, amplify, or otherwise stand behind or beside bold statements, and Finger Guns is a bold statement for those who suffer in sulky silence in emotionally empty homes and classrooms. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Newsarama - Oscar Maltby Feb 25, 2020

    Finger Guns #1 is a simple concept, executed with the kind of single-mindedness that comes with total confidence in the book’s core premise. The story’s minimalism makes for a brief read, but it is a powerful one. All in all, Finger Guns #1 is an opening chapter that exudes the quality of a school library favorite. A series to watch. Read Full Review

  • 8.9
    Black Nerd Problems - Mikkel Snyder Feb 26, 2020

    In many ways, Finger Guns reminds of me a teenage appropriate version of Sex Criminals: two protagonists with unique supernatural powers find each other and learn how to navigate their unique capabilities and the realities of life, and that's genuinely exciting. Richards and Halvorson have a solid foundation with the first issue, and I'm excited to see how the world will evolve in the coming months. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Major Spoilers - Ingrid Lind-Jahn Feb 27, 2020

    Beware the strange powers"of the finger guns! Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    Sequential Planet - Danilo To Feb 24, 2020

    Finger Guns #1, despite being quite standard for the first issue presents a promising start to a series with an interesting premise and great potential to hit top sales this year. The artwork is what did most for it, for now, but I'm sure the writing will bring itself up a notch in the next issues. This issue presents gorgeous art and is worth picking up for getting to know the characters. Read Full Review

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