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Scud: The Whole Shebang Paperback – November 24, 2015
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But I won't. Because Scud is way cool. The characters are awesome, and they all are as human as you would expect. They don't act like automatons programmed to fulfill the needs of the author (or the audience). They feel like real people (and robots, angels of death, etc), with real reactions to totally unreal situations.
Its kind of strange, how this all works out. You end up sympathizing with talking giraffes and spidergods. And you end up wondering whether Benjamin Franklin really is the world's most diabolical hypervillain.
Spend a few hours reading this, and you'll change your life forever. Many comics promise this, but few deliver. This is one of them.
Scud: The Disposable Assassin is a tour-de-force of art and word. Although it begins simply enough, it builds and builds, taking twists and turns and assaulting the reader with so much awesome by the end you'll no doubt be grabbing for a pen or pencil to start your series. The characters are original and inventive, the story line wild, almost totally out-of-control, but Rob Schrab keeps us hurtling towards a satisfying conclusion. Amazingly, despite being written in the 1990's, there is little to no outdated slang or obscure references to distract the reader. The series is presented in black-and-white on thick, glossy pages to make for a heavy, hardy tome to enjoy for years. Even if you've never read a comic book/graphic novel or heard of Scud before, you will be pleasantly surprised. It's hard to find anything bad to say about Scud. If the benchmark of true art is that it moves, inspires, awes, and touches one, Scud meets it. Hardly children's stuff at all (on a serious note, do not get this for your kid-trust me).
Now, if you'll excuse me, it's a full moon and my werewolf arm is acting up.
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You have to read this.
Roi hyland, author of STRANGE WORLD.