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Axe Cop Vol. 2 : Bad Guy Earth Paperback – October 4, 2011
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Now if this was something published by DC or Marvel I would rip it a new one in my review. But this book was designed as an experiment to see just how in-depth of a story could a 6-year old craft. With that in mind, I would say that this test was a success.
You can't expect a child to write Shakespeare. They don't have the attention span to see a story get from point A to point Z without about 500 tangents. Thankfully, big bro Ethan kept Malachi on task. for the most. But man, does that little guy have an imagination! And man, can older brother draw!!! (Thought why his intelligent rabbit folk look like those Rabbids video game characters is intention or not is up for debate.)
Axe Cop has made me laugh every since I got my hands on the first volume almost 5 years ago. Then when we got the short-lived but oh so great Axe Cop cartoon starring Nick Offerman as the voice of the hero. And I was hooked!!! Now, I can't see Offerman without thinking 'AXE COP' but I also can't read Axe Cop without hearing Offerman's deep soothing voice.
If you are a fan of totally insane webcomics like Doctor McNinja then this is the series for you. Plus, since it's written by a child, kids and adults will delight. One caveat- this book is written by a child;, so expect some gross humor and lots of violence. Not gory, but definitely not safe either.
So Malachi, being the age he is, is pressed to juice out more of Axe Cop's world. It's a wonder Ethan has the ability to prod the young boy, but what's even more impressive is that he's able to sketch these out in the author's own patient time, even if he'd rather be playing video games, etc. Axe Cop goes against evils far greater than he has before, against enemies with more powers than he seemingly can counter, but ends up befriending more characters than necessary and helps to develop a wonderful plotline where readers are eager to see where else we can follow Axe Cop.
Every once in a while, Axe Cop as a whole feels immature. But that's not a bad thing. In a medium saturated with serious storylines, Axe Cop is a refreshment, a reminder of what it's like to be a kid again.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
LOVE IT!!! :) My son was given this as a gift years ago and he still reads it!Published 18 months ago by ASC
I was a fan of the web based version. Books are far better.Published on June 29, 2014 by Fan of Pearls Before Swine
The most fun you can have reading comics! Never would expect such a collection of random events to be tied up so neatly. Hilarious. Random. Awesome!Published on March 1, 2014 by Troy Vicker
AX COP, nuff said and check out the animated series of this hit series- HILARIOUS! its a reminder of my childhood and all those who have a innovative mindPublished on September 14, 2013 by David R.
As an Axe Cop fan it's not too surprising that I loved this comic very imagitive and very good art work. Read morePublished on September 12, 2013 by Afrokidcash