Chew, Vol. 2: International Flavor
Tony Chu, the cibopathic federal agent with the ability to get psychic impressions from the things he eats, is on a bizarre new case. A newly discovered fruit takes Agent Chu to a remote island full of secrets, Presenting the second storyline of IGN.com's pick for Best Indie Series of 2009 and... show more
Tony Chu, the cibopathic federal agent with the ability to get psychic impressions from the things he eats, is on a bizarre new case. A newly discovered fruit takes Agent Chu to a remote island full of secrets, Presenting the second storyline of IGN.com's pick for Best Indie Series of 2009 and MTV Splash Page.com's pick for Best New Series of 2009. Find out what the fuss is about in this latest a twisted and darkly funny comic about cops, crooks, cooks, cannibals and clairvoyants.strangeness-and a shadowy killer with a particularly sinister appetite.
Publish date: June 22nd 2010
Publisher: Image Comics
Pages no: 128
Edition language: English
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Series: Chew -5 (#6)
Chew is a truly strange comic book where a lot of the characters have abilities out of the ordinary with regards to food and drink. Tony Chu, our hero, is cibopathic. This means that he gets a psychic impression from everything he ingests. This can mean that he can picture the tree an apple came fro...
Very well done. For some reason I didn't enjoy this volume as much as the first, but it was still quite an enjoyable read. This volume felt more chaotic than the first and I wasn't as drawn in. However it was wonderful nonetheless and I look forward to reading the third volume.
Genre: Crime / Humor Year Published: 2011 Year Read: 2013 Series: Chew #2 Publisher: Image Comics Introduction: After reading the first volume of this fantastic series “Chew: Taster’s Choice,” I was geared up to read the second volume “Chew: International Flavor!” “Chew: International Fl...
Love all the Terminator jokes the sidekick makes.
The comedy continues to be the strong point of this book, along with the irregular artwork, which I love. This book didn't seem to be driving forward as hard as the last one, which was a bit of a lat-down, and the stakes seemed a lot lower and the writing more juvenile, so this was definitely not as...