It was a little bit lightweight but lots of good moments.
A bit beyond farfetched...nevertheless, I'd read a sequel if there was one.
Steve Niles and Fiona Staples have created a wonderfully bizarre family adventure in Mystery Society.
I've already spoken about being a fan of Steve Niles' work. Read more
When adventurer Nick Collins is arrested, he decides to tell the story behind the Mystery Society. He's been caught breaking in to Area 51 to rescue an experiment. Read morePublished 12 months ago by W. McCoy
I would LOVE to see more of these characters. I bought this at the Boston Comic Con and have NO regrets. The characters are cool and the storyis interesting. Read morePublished 12 months ago by L. Stowell
- "They call me... Secret Skull."
- "I need a new name."
So I haven't yet reached that level of fatigue where I've had it with... Read more
I really enjoyed this title and couldn't put it down once I started. It pays more than a little homage to mid century modern aesthetics, humor, dialogue, and setting (from the... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Talvi
This had all the elements lined up to be a great book and yet it just doesn't _quite_ come together. Read more
This nice surprise is a sleeper hit. Great art and interesting story and at times very funny. Check it out!Published 16 months ago by michael charves
I have to say that I'm both pleased and disappointed by this book. I'm pleased, as it gives me an early look at Staples' work pre-Saga, but I'm also disappointed because at times I... Read morePublished 17 months ago by ChibiNeko