Citizen Jack #1

Citizen Jack A HORROR COMEDY FOR ANYONE WHO HATES POLITICS Every presidential candidate has a skeleton in their closet Jack Northworthy worships the devil A scandal plagued small town politician Jack should in n

  • Title: Citizen Jack #1
  • Author: Sam Humphries Tommy Patterson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 423
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A HORROR COMEDY FOR ANYONE WHO HATES POLITICS Every presidential candidate has a skeleton in their closet Jack Northworthy worships the devil A scandal plagued, small town politician, Jack should in no way be president But he s got a secret weapon Marlinspike, a malevolent demon of high ambitions Together, they re running for president in an outrageous campaign that AA HORROR COMEDY FOR ANYONE WHO HATES POLITICS Every presidential candidate has a skeleton in their closet Jack Northworthy worships the devil A scandal plagued, small town politician, Jack should in no way be president But he s got a secret weapon Marlinspike, a malevolent demon of high ambitions Together, they re running for president in an outrageous campaign that America will never forget Blockbuster writer SAM HUMPHRIES Guardians of the Galaxy, X Men Black Vortex and New York Times bestselling artist TOMMY PATTERSON Game of Thrones debut a brand new ONGOING SERIES with a DIABOLICAL EXTRA SIZED FIRST ISSUE

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    1. [Image Comics] FIRST ISSUES: The Bad (Full review on the WondrousBooks blog.)Ugh Okay? First of all, I did not like the drawings. At all. Second, the story was too mundane, nothing to actually grab your attention and hold it so that you really want to get your hands on the next issue. Third - who is Jack? Jack is an asshole, everybody hates Jack, you will also hate Jack after reading this. The reader is neither willing to hate him and love him at the same time, nor to sympathize with him in any [...]

    2. I coughed up for a Humble Bundle of Image comics, and this was part of a bundle within the bundle -- first issues and previews. I've read Humphries' work before, and liked it well enough, but this is a bit of a head-scratcher. It's a satire, certainly, and apparently inspired by Donald Trump, but it's got the air of wannabe Garth Ennis, and it's hard to see what the hell the point of it is thanks to an overall lack of focus in what it's actually satirizing. Tommy Patterson's artwork is a benefit [...]

    3. So, this comic, I basically liked. The characters and their interactions were fun. The dialogue was good. I like the idea of someone making a deal with the devil to win the presidency. But I found that this issue had some weird little bits which strained the bounds of what I could believe and I suspect that later issues will have that issue even more acutely, so I don't feel a strong temptation to keep reading.

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