This is the first of my mini-reviews. I will be posting a review of something (a comic book, a strip club, a movie, a novel, an “anything I want to review”) that will be SUPER short.
I like this because I’m lazy and I like the challenge of squeezing the salient points into a tiny space.
I will post these mini-reviews whenever I want and however many times a day I want. The mini-reviews may or may not count as my daily blog. I might post 5 in one day or only 5 in one month. I’m not committing to any schedule yet. We’ll see how it goes.
So without further ado, I present the world’s first mini-review written by a half-man, half-shark being:
Review of the trade “Hawkeye, Volume 1: My Life As A Weapon.” (SPOILERS!) Great writing by Matt Fraction. Snapping dialogue. Fresh take on a minor hero. Cool stylistic pencils by David Aja. I didn’t love the color scheme but I get what they were going for and I respect the attempt. It just didn’t do it for me. I also felt the story wasn’t connected well over the issues. 3.5 out of 5 octopuses.