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review 2017-10-09 15:40
What are Reaper Rewards? Limbo by Marko Pandza @markopandza
Limbo. - Marko Pandza

Welcome to Limbo.


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Limbo by Marko Pandza is a unique and original take on Limbo and the Grim Reaper which had me working hard to visualize the setting, yet laughing at the grisly Reaper rewards, and what happens when someone escapes, when no one reigns in Limbo and it is allowed to ravage humans and Earth, totally out of control, leaving me queasy and asking the question What If.

Animated Animals. Pictures, Images and Photos 3 Stars




This is a story of a man who accidentally becomes Grim the Reaper, the most highly revered killer in Limbo. A place beyond time and space as we know it where psychopaths compete for perverse honour and status as they carry out their deathly duties.


As Grim struggles to hold onto the memories of the life he’s lost, he discovers that the insane being who shaped him (and the course of existence itself) may have sinister plans for the one thing he values most.

In Limbo, the end is only the beginning.


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review 2017-01-22 00:25
Limbo Volume 1 by Dan Watters
Limbo Vol. 1 - Dan Watters,Caspar Wijngaard

Genre: Science Fiction / Crime / Mystery / Horror / Alternative Universe


Year Published:


Year Read: 12/16/2016


Limbo #1


Image Comics




I would like to thank NetGalley and Image Comics for providing me a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.


Since I am on the roll when it comes to reading books from NetGalley, I have picked up another graphic novel that sounds pretty interesting called “Limbo Volume One” which is written by Dan Watters along with artwork by Caspar Wijngaard.

What is this story about?

Welcome to the world of Dedande City, where reality and technology becomes blended into one universe and mysterious god like beings called Deities lay dormant in video cassettes. Living in this world is a detective named Clay who does not have any memories of who he really is and is often described as being a very rude man. One night however, he ends up getting a mysterious client named Bridgette who asks him to take down a powerful crime boss named The Thumb and once Clay goes on this mission, he soon realizes that The Thumb is involved in some supernatural shenanigans where reality suddenly begins to unravel. Clay will soon discover that searching for his true identity in this surreal world would mean that he would have to search in the darkest corners of the supernatural and technical world to find the answers he is searching for.

What I loved about this story:

The premise: Dan Watters has written an extremely interesting premise for this series where people can enter other worlds through television sets and get messages from another universe through VHS cassettes. I really enjoyed this aspect of the story since it is extremely unique and it made the story somewhat interesting to me and I enjoyed exploring this strange new world that our main character Clay lives in. I also loved the character of Sandy, the woman who took Clay in and also has the ability to contact the spirit world through her mix tapes, as she is an extremely unique and fun character to read about and I enjoyed seeing her try to help out Clay when he got in trouble with the crime boss and how she used her abilities to learn more about the situation that Clay got himself into.

Caspar Wijngaard’s artwork: Caspar Wijngaard’s artwork is highly creative to look at as the characters are shown in different colors such as Clay having blue skin and is mostly shown in blue clothing while Sandy has green skin and is constantly wearing green clothing. These colorings really set the characters apart from each other and also describe their personalities somewhat as Clay’s blue coloring depicts his sad past and his determination to find out who he is while Sandy’s green coloring shows how alien she is in this world. I also loved the way that Caspar Wijngaard presented the images of TV static throughout the story as it gives the story an unearthly and unique feel.


What made me feel uncomfortable about this story:

For anyone who does not like strong language and violence, this volume has a bit of strong language such as using the “f” word a few times and it also has some violence such as some scenes of people being graphically cut with knives. Also, the reason why I gave this volume a three star rating was because I felt that the plot was a bit too confusing as there were many supernatural and technical elements going on at the same time and it made the story a bit hard to understand. Also, I felt that most of the characters in this volume were too flat as we do not know much about these characters and I felt that their personalities were a bit boring also. The only character I felt that was interesting was Sandy as she does have a bubbly personality and the fact that she can contact the spirit world through her mix tapes made her the most interesting character in this volume.

Final Thoughts:

Overall, even though “Limbo Volume One” had an interesting premise about alternative realities and technology coming together in one world, the plot was a bit too confusing for me to understand and I felt that the characters should have been developed a little better. However, I will pick up the second volume to see if the story improves.

Review is also on: Rabbit Ears Book Blog


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review 2016-07-27 00:00
Limbo Vol. 1
Limbo Vol. 1 - Dan Watters,Caspar Wijngaard Book – Limbo
Author – Dan Watters
Star rating - ★★★★★


There is some incredible artwork here. Not only realistic, but setting the right atmosphere and mood for each scene, while allowing us to see crystal clearly everything that matters in that moment. I really loved the way the phone call at the start was written, so that we could only read the words we were supposed to, like a broken connection would allow.

The whole channel hopping idea was inspired and that line about Yorick and Horatio was brilliant! I loved the way the story delved into Voodoo, without being disrespectful or over-exaggerated, as some stories have a tendency of doing. Even the cannibalism aspect was really well done.

I really loved Clay as a character and Sandy was awesome, very kick ass. The way they interacted with each other and maintained the steady flow of the story was great. From Voodoo to cannibalistic Fishmen, to crazy game-playing Voodoo Gods, there wasn't anything I didn't like.

The extras at the back were crazy fun and well worth scrolling for.

In a word: genius!
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review 2016-07-13 16:56
Limbo Vol. 1 - Dan Watters,Caspar Wijngaard

Weird, but not for me.

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review 2016-06-03 17:12
An amnesiac private investigator takes on a case
Limbo Vol. 1 - Dan Watters,Caspar Wijngaard



9 months of amnesia, saved and taken in by Sandy in Dedande, Mr Clay takes on a case from a femme fatale against the drug lord, the Thumb. This is a world of supernatural events where shamen and others vie for power. Sandy uses voodoo magic to help solve problems. Naturally all is not as it seems.


Colourful and quite original, this was quite enjoyable but ultimately this was too involved for me.


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