Turns out I was buying one of the most well made comics I have read in a long time.
You find yourself wanting to know as much as you can about the crazy buildings and lumbering background characters.
The art style is unique and influenced by a large mix of styles including Manga, graffiti art, and Mad magazine.
Wonderful set of comics. Brandon Graham is an incredible artist!Published 27 days ago by James Spracklen
I already own the first King City book, but It was nice to see all my favorite scenes again in a larger format. Read morePublished 5 months ago by S. E. MCLEAN
I first heard of Brandon Graham from the pages of Heavy Metal Magazine. He has an excellent style that is part graffiti, part Ninja Turtles, part anime and part video game. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Lena Carlson
I had the Image comic books, which I was excited to buy each month based on the amazing art, style and superb detail. Read morePublished 9 months ago by A. Flores
Glorious, weird, playful; full of round butts, cats and puns. Perfect. Brandon Graham has a way with narrative. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Scott
Narrative & visual wierd in plenty. Not Brandon Graham at Prophet level - doesn't fully cohere, a little too simple - but well worth a read.Published 11 months ago by Simon Reeve
This volume contains both book 1 and 2, the complete series. Which is a good thing. King City starts out amazing. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Mr Night
Many people find puns distasteful. I don't care for them much myself, even though I do like wordplay more generally, and I also wouldn't think that an indie pseudo-superhero sci-fi... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Reid Sherman
Fantastic. Weird, but fantastic. It's both off-the-wall bizarre while also being fairly thoughtful. A crazy sci-fi neo-noir fantasy mash-up that's irreverent and never takes itself... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Dante1138