Tuesday, April 12, 2016
Comic Book Review: Bulletproof Chicken - King Bone Press
Art by Bobgar Ornelas & Mat Nixon
BP is one of the baddest on the force. Fowl mouthed, excuse me, foul mouthed and and full of rage. Nobody stands a chance against BP, until one day in a gunfight with a lizard gang he is gunned down in an attempt to keep his now one legged wife alive. Everyone thinks BP is dead but they had no idea what was about to happen next.
This is a fun read. Chicken puns, bloody violence, and language not suitable for youngsters. If you have the chance to read this comic book, pick it up. The laughs and the 1980s pop culture references are fantastic. C'mon who doesn't like Robocop and take a look at the logo; I instantly thought of the video game Contra..up up, down down, left, right, left, right...
The art totally works with the story and it's pretty cool that midway through the book, the artist changes yet it all fits. Lots of blood and dismemberment fill these pages and I'm sure Bobgar Ornelas and Mat Nixon had a great time drawing this fun book.
I was fortunate enough to receive this book from the Indy Stash Subscription Box. I received a few other books as well and you can read the review of the entire box here.
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