All hell’s breakin’ loose in Times Square! Butcher Baker vs. three villainous m**therf**kers! Even the military gets in on the fun! Face it, this issue has all the hallmarks of a classic – tons of s**t blows up real good! What more could anyone ask for in their supersexploitation comicbook?


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Avg Rating: 4.1
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  1. In a perfect world, this would be a top selling book.  Mike Huddleston’s art is unbelievable.

  2. This book is really wearing on me. This book put Mike Huddleston in my top five artists, but it isn’t enough to save the boring story. It’s just someone trying too hard to make an “edgy” superhero book. It’s just a bunch of penises and lamenting that has been done in better books than this. There are no likeable characters to latch on to, and I hope the government takes Butcher down along with the other villains. But the art is amazing!

  3. I think you’re taking this book WAY too seriously, man

  4. @JonSamuelson  I guess, maybe it’s just not for me. I don’t want to drop it because of the art, but it may not be enough. I still have to get this issue, I hope it gets better. and it’s not like I don’t like fun books, I love Skullkickers, but this sin’t funny. It just feels like someone trying too hard on a tired concept.

  5. Fun and funny are not the same. It’s not about gags, it’s about bringing superheros back to big brawls and weird ideas, not having them sit in a chamber an mope about their problems.

  6. @Suicidalkangarooz, I like the Sheriff.  He’s like Boss Hogg from Dukes of Hazard.  He’s a real tenacious sum bitch! 

  7. No, he’s like Buford T. Justice from the Smokey and the Bandit movies.

  8. Sorry, that sounded prickish. But the sheriff character essentially IS Buford T. Justice.

  9. I would like to look at this on the racks someday, but I have never seen it a my tiny little store.

  10. Ok, this was pretty good. Surprising to see most of the villains killed off so soon.

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