Sunday, June 30, 2019

Review- The Replacer

The Replacer (Aftershock, cover date April, 2019)

Writer: Zac Thompson

Artists: Arjuna Susini

Colorists: Dee Cunniffe

Marcus is a young boy whose loser father has a stroke. The real question is was it a stroke, or was dad possessed by a demon who tricks everyone into believing that his father had a stroke? Or is young Marcus mentally insane? I'm not answering that here, but the story plays it right down the middle and lets you decide for yourself. I have my own personal answer. This was a good read with decent artwork.

The OCD zone- This is the part where I go into tactile sensations and materials used in physical media. Those with heart conditions, high blood pressure, or women who are pregnant should exit my blog at their earliest convenience, as their safety cannot be guaranteed beyond this point.

Binding: This was solicited as a graphic novel in Diamond Previews. When it was released it was a saddle stitched (read: stapled) “64 page graphic novella”. Seems like a bait and switch to me. Even the Aftershock website lists it as a “64 page prestige format graphic novella”. It's a fat stapled comic with a cardstock cover, folks.

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