Shaw is a man on the run and lost in time. Fleeing ancient enemies, Shaw finds himself in prohibition-era Chicago surrounded by gangers and demons alike and caught between law enforcement and the local supernatural underground. CHIN MUSIC is a tale of mysticism and violence like nothing you’ve experienced before.

Story by Steve Niles
Art by Tony Harris

Price: $2.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 0.1%
Avg Rating: 3.5
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  1. I hope this has baseball in it.

  2. Was somewhat muddled and difficult to follow – requires multiple readings, but still a struggle to get a grasp as to what happened.

    May be a better experience in trade?

    Enjoyed the art by Harris!

  3. I’m still trying to figure out why everyone drawn by Harris these days has black fingernails, like they’re in goth bands. It’s just kind of odd.

  4. Terrible issue I agree it was hard to follow and the art was great in some places and horrible in others I found, hard to say if it will read better in a trade based on a first issue it was a really bad introduction did not make me want to pick up the next issue

  5. I really enjoyed this issue.

  6. Possibly the worst comic I have ever read. Hard to follow like Niles just threw this together at the last minute.

  7. Wow! Great start! I love how Niles is setting this up and leaving me wanting more. MUCH MORE! I can’t wait for him to reveal the answers for the questions that are churning around in my head.

    Tony Harris was exquisite as always. I love the dark tone he is bringing to this book.

    Chin Music would probably be my pick of the week if not for The Private Eye!

  8. Although I thought the structure was an odd choice for a first issue, I dug this. This will certainly read better in trade but all in all, I thought this was fun. I do wish characters would have been delineated a *little* more clearly though.

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