Saturday, April 23, 2016
Warp Zone #1 (Warp Zone)
author: Ted Lange IV
average rating: 2.88
read at: 2016/04/23
date added: 2016/04/23
'Warp Zone #1' is just a first issue in a series by Ted Lange IV, but it's loopy enough that I kind of liked it even though I had no idea what was happening.
According to the synopsis, a warp zone is a way to travel and the only one who can do this is a character named Jack Elsewhere. I think we meet him, but I had no idea what his name was supposed to be. The book just kind of flies around everywhere and makes sudden abrupt turns. It seems to expect you to understand what is happening, even though there is no way you could possible know.
And I kinda liked it. The art is just as dashed together, but it's different from a lot of other comics I read so it kept me intrigued. The story, like I mentioned, is kind of all over the map. I'm not sure why I liked it. Maybe at only 24 pages, it was over before I could feel like it had overstayed it's welcome. A strange little comic.
I received a review copy of this comic book from Rosarium Publishing and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Thank you for allowing me to review this comic book.
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