Price: $3.50
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 1.2%


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  1. I’m giving this a chance because I like Dark Horse in general, but if this isn’t in the shop I won’t hunt it down.

  2. Getting this one. A one shot by Whedon and Moon that’s already won a Eisner? 40 pages of content for $3.50? Unless you already own Dark Horse Myspace Presents Vol. 1, this is a must.

  3. I’ve managed to not read this online despite loving both talents involved. Look forward to finally reading it.

  4. I’ve been meaning to read this online for ages, just never got ’round to it. So glad they’re doing a print version. Very wise move on their part, as it will almost certainly sell a poopload, both talents have such a strong fanbase.

  5. I own Dark Horse Myspace presents, but I think I might buy this and get rid of the trade, this was my favourite story in it anyway.


  6. Not at the shop. Oh well.

  7. I had never read this before so i decided to pick it up since it was a light week. Overall I did’nt find the story that great(although there were parts I really dug) but the art was absolutely wonderful which I’ve come to expect from Moon and his brother.

  8. It started off a little slow for me, but got better with each page. The non-sequitur-ness of the writing is hilarious, if that’s your thing…

  9. Pick of the Week.

  10. Loved it. I thought it was pure Joss. He went for comedy and hit the nail on the head. This book had me laughing out loud.

  11. I think the thing that’s really interesting about Sugarshock! is how sublty it’s told. I didn’t really think it was that good when I first read it (I thought Joss had gone around the bend), but by the third time I was just grinning from ear to ear the whole time.

  12. Enjoyed this a lot! Whedon does Umbrella Academy vibe, anyone?

  13. Really solid.

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