Monday, September 28, 2009

We Finally Really Did It! You Maniacs!

Today, for ComicMix, I reviewed two cheery and upbeat graphic novels about apocalypse and destruction: Toxic Planet by David Ratte and Ball Peen Hammer by Adam Rapp and George O'Connor.

I wasn't overly impressed, but, then again, I'm like that.
Listening to: Okkervil River - The War Criminal Rises and Speaks
via FoxyTunes


Anonymous said...

"Toxic Planet is the kind of book that can make a reader want to drive a SUV to McDonald’s for lunch and then go prospect for oil in a wilderness, just out of spite."


"Ball Peen Hammer wouldn’t be a bad play (for a nihilistic and depressing bit of contemporary wrist-slashing), but it’s a very dull and stagy graphic novel."


I'm re-thinking my plan to get on your good side via comments comparing you to an Aberdeen Terrier in order to exploit your goodwill for an undeservedly positive review.

Andrew Wheeler said...

bingol: Ah, but you're making the assumption that I have a good side, and there are plenty of people who would dispute that.

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