Young American Comics Anthologies – Red Curtain #3
Red Curtain #3
You know, I meant to keep reading these thing weekly so I would retain some semblance of a plot, but it got away from me somehow and here I am, a couple of months later, and I once again have no idea what’s going on here. Why don’t I just tell you what you can find in this comic? If you read this you’ll see a bimbo with her hand super-glued to her hip, a two-headed dog cut in half, a fatal sneeze, a serial killer of mimes, a fish with legs, and doom. All kinds of funny nonsense going on, start to finish, but it’s hard to recommend if you want something coherent. If coherent is a second concern to funny, well, go for it. I still plan on reading them all in a row when I get to #5, so maybe it’ll all be clearer then. Contact info is up there, this is a buck…
Posted on April 27, 2010, in Reviews and tagged Brian Morante, Gabriel Hunt, Red Curtain, Tod Parkhill. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Young American Comics Anthologies – Red Curtain #3.