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The product description given by Amazon is accurate enough to get you an idea of what the book is about, and I won't spoil the rest here. What I will say is that you will get the complete saga in here, and you will spend most of the series having ambiguous feelings about the lead characters. This is not a good guys/bad guys series. This is tragedy and dark comedy that will leave you hopeful yet apprehensive throughout. It's a masterwork that, sadly, not many have heard of, and it deserves far more acclaim.
Don't Be a ding-dong, buy Monster! You won't regret it and if you do Ill come fart in your dinner
But it can. This is one of the most boring comics I've ever read.
It starts off in a fairly clichéd, but promising fashion--young boy discovers his family's secret history and it has an immediate and catastrophic effect on not just his life, but others' as well--but then nothing much happens and continues to not happen until it ends.
Well, that's not entirely accurate. Things happen - the same things over and over. This story was originally published in Scream! and Eagle, two British weeklies, and it fell almost immediately into the trap that many syndicated comics and serials fall into: the writer found an easy, fairly safe, formula that worked and kept the story going with minimal need to think up new plots, but could be drawn out as necessary. The result is an incredibly predictable, and boring, comic that simply rinses and repeats the same three-part story over and over in slightly different locales.
Rebellion loudly hawked the fact that this comic has never been collected before and there's a good reason: it's better left forgotten. The only reason I'm giving it even two stars is Jesus Redondo art. The man made this very boring story look good, at least.