Cluster actually was just too derriviative for me, disappointingly so as Ed Brisson's The Field was great. The advert - starship troopers Waking up - alien The landing guy - Star Wars The Sgt shouty - Full Metal Jacket / Edge of Tomorrow Prison for littering - Judge Dredd The ending - Starship Troopers II
the art was fine, nothing top notch and quite modern generic but a solid B.
One for the digital sales tbh. One for the digital sales I thought.
Two is actually a pretty solid low budget horror - starts where cluster ends its last few pages then they hold up in the tower and the brain bugs attack / manipulate them. Very different to ST in form and content. Good in its own terms in a B movie way. ST3 was much more like ST and okay. TBH I can't remember much about it save that it was much more like ST than ST2 as it has the blip-vert satire thing and Johnny Rico is back as the lead role. The blue-screen effects were pretty rubbish tho. It's amazing how much worse its SFX we're than the original. I guess budget counts!
Neither is as terrible as people make out. Certainly better than G.O.T.G.
Four was an awful CGI heavy affair. G.O.T.G. just beats it, despite inviting its audience to laugh at a female being called a 'whore'.
Post by TealProductions on Mar 2, 2015 9:29:07 GMT -5
Titles out on or about 3/4/15
Adventure Time Volume 6 TP Amazing World Of Gumball #8 Cluster #2 Day Men #6 Feathers #3 Fiction Squad #6 Garfield #35 HaloGen #1 Palmiotti And Brady's The Big Con Job #1 Robocop #9 Steven Universe #8 Woods #11
Clusters, Day Men, Feathers, Fiction Squad, HaloGen, Big Con Job. Robocop and Woods are all waitin for me this week.
Post by jonathansoko on Mar 4, 2015 17:06:46 GMT -5
Perez still did most of it, but I know what you mean. The best parts were the ones that he just did the pencils. The story also took a turn that i really loved. The first two issues were non stop crazy confusion. This one gave it some reason. It's nutty for sure, but I really really like it. There are a few characters I'm latching on too now after issue three.