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Gary Erskine
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martinstoj
martinstoj rated it 5 years ago
The Filth is outrageously strange, metaphorical giant that is doomed to leave no one cold. This multi-layered story is an excellent example of the graphic novel requiring more than one brain cell to reach the full comprehension, and because I only have half of the required brain cells, I sometimes f...
martinstoj
martinstoj rated it 5 years ago
The Filth is outrageously strange, metaphorical giant that is doomed to leave no one cold. This multi-layered story is an excellent example of the graphic novel requiring more than one brain cell to reach the full comprehension, and because I only have half of the required brain cells, I sometimes f...
tricours
tricours rated it 7 years ago
This comic made me very confused, and I'm sure I didn't get a lot of the weird stuff that went on with the Hand. Buuuut, it's very awesomely drawn (all the men are butt ugly though), it contains lots of non-PC stuff, and it was amusing. For the confusion, it only gets 3 stars instead of 4 though.
Dantastic Book Reviews
Dantastic Book Reviews rated it 9 years ago
Who is Greg Feely? Is he a loser whose entire life consists of taking care of his cat and masturbating? Or is he Ned Slade, agent of a secret society called The Hand that safeguards the world against anti-people?Writing the X-Men must have made Grant Morrison suppress his weird urges because The F...
Tower of Iron Will
Tower of Iron Will rated it 10 years ago
This one felt a little like Morrison revisiting his greatest hits; a secret organization existing to protect humanity from incredibly disgusting threats, a fictional reality breaking through into the real world, an agent who looses himself in his cover identity. We have seen all these things in Inv...
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