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Project Fanboy Gives Incarnate #2 4/5 stars

“I must admit, I wasn’t really sure what to expect from this comic. It’d be too easy for the son of Gene Simmons to get a comic published, so I was a little anxious when I thought of how this would be executed.

It’s actually extremely well written. It’s written intelligently, clearly and with good pacing. The story itself is actually more original than the majority of the stuff out there. I read both the first and second issue and I’m really impressed, overall. I’m not sure who Nick’s influences are, but it’s fairly obvious that he’s a dedicated reader. He clearly knows his stuff. Could Nick have found his calling? I hope so, because I’d be more than happy to pay for anything else he might want to write. Come on, Nick. Prove to us that this isn’t a two hit wonder?

I really, really enjoyed the artwork on this. Not sure how much of it Nick done himself, but I’d imagine he’d have done the majority of it. It has a manga feel to it, but don’t let that scare any of you manga haters out there, because while it does have a manga look to it, it maintains a more traditional western theme throughout. The panel placement is dead on, the character interaction is great, and the visual flow of it is just perfect.

I’d strongly advise anyone to give this comic a go. At first you may think it’s just a gimmick, being written by someone of celebrity. But I’ll tell you right now that it’s not another case of Tyrese Gibson’s Mayhem. You’re getting a ton of quality content for such little price. It’s definitely worth a read. “

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