Warped the Adventures of Sandy and Angus Graphic Novel
Edited by Adam Wilson
Published by 215 Ink
This is a comic book that we reviewed earlier that has been filled out and turned into one of the most amazingly cool potty mouthed trades I have read in a long time. Take George Carlin’s dirty word list, expand it significantly, then add Sandy who is hot and Angus who is a robot, and you have the making for an awesome comic trade paperback. The comic book covers issue one (which you can read the review here), and adds on another story to this that fills out the entire trade paperback. The part that we have not reviewed is the transport of Alondra, a super star actress to her native planet so that she can meet her parents for the first time.
Of course this is Sandy and Angus, things from the start do not start off well. Alondra likes the robot, hates Sandy, and has a super power cell in her brain that can help save her native planet. Yet that is not all, because other people also want the super power source so that they can control the universe with its power. Queue misadventure, blood, mayhem, potty mouthed behavior, and a ton of standard clichés that really make this trade paperback something funny as all get out to read. The bad guys of course intercept the actress, the power cell, and keep on failing to kill either Sandy or Angus. Angus has a small problem controlling his sword which causes additional mayhem throughout the entire story line. In all this is probably one of the funniest comic books I have read this year, and need to add this to our annual countdown of the coolest stuff I have read this year.
I am going to give this comic book a 5 of 5 star rating because it is potty mouthed hilarious. The drawing at points is ok but given that this is a black and white comic book, it fits and does well. This is another good title for 215 Ink to be printing as it opens the door to a debauched comedy science fiction style comic book that is hard to find anywhere else. Fernando has a style that is unique and good to read, easy on the eyes, and otherwise very easy to read in digital format. The trade is well worth picking up online at 215 Ink or hopefully in your favorite comic book store. Full disclosure, I was given a free PDF to review of this title.