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4.0 out of 5 stars Vol.25: The Slickest Collection Yet?, June 1, 2003
This review is from: Meatmen: An Anthology of Gay Male Comics (Volume 25) (Paperback)
10 artists contribute to the raunchy proceedings this time, with more highlights than usual. "Teasy Meat" by Zack (the cover story) is about a porn director who'll stop at nothing to get what-and who-he wants. "Going Long.... ....Going Deep" by Farraday is a comedy about a football players. Farraday's writing continues to far out-distance his still-amateurish art, but the drawing's come a long way, as I see a lot of improvement with background details, anatomy and use of perspective. "Stagecoach" by John Blackburn sees his Voodoo Love-God Coley Cochran in Western gear to entertain guests at a theme park. As usual, this gets my vote as the HOTTEST story in the book, and surprisingly features a brief cameo by Quincey Quartermain, Coley's movie-producer / father-figure who to date has only appeared in the limited-edition graphic novel BREATHLESS (1991). "The Longshot" by Joe features his usual well-muscled studs enjoying a 3-way in between beers. "Newcomer" by Stepan Zubinski is a post-apocalytic sci-fi tale involving robots, mutants, gladiators and she-male geishas, all eager for sex and more sex, and features some of the most STUNNING artwork in the collection! "Camilli-Cat And The Djinns" by Patrick Fillion is heavy on sex while short on plot, while the art is very slicky-rendered, the most "mainstream"-looking in style that would fit in well on many current DC or Marvel comics. "Before Time & Space" by Jack Jacklin is a sci-fi-fantasy speculating on the origins of the universe; the line-rendering on the anatomy is a bit on the rough side, but otherwise the sense of design & storytelling is wonderful. And finally, Gerald Donelan contributes 18 more of his delightful cartoons; his work has been so consistently among the best parts of every MEATMEN volume I've bought that I'm fully expecting to see a collection, in the manner of Charles Addams or Gary Larson, one of these days!
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