Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Talking Comics Reviews 'Dead Body Road' #1

Posted By on Wed, Feb 5, 2014 at 1:30 PM

This week Cynthia and Jenny review the awesome action packed comic: Dead Body Road #1! Car cashes, interrogations, and revenge. Its like an 80s action movie.
  • Photo courtesy of Cynthia Gerriets.
  • This week Cynthia and Jenny review the awesome action packed comic: Dead Body Road #1! Car crashes, interrogations, and revenge. It's like an 80's action movie.

There are a ton of new funny books waiting for you at your nearest comic book shop, but which one should you buy?

In this week's Talking Comics, Cynthia and Jenny reviewed the ultra violent Dead Body Road. This is the first issue of the latest Image Comics series written by Justin Jordan and art by Matteo Scalera. You might have remember Jordan's The Strange Talent of Luther Strode or his work on DC Comics' Deathstroke. Italian artist Scalera is better known for runs on Marvel's Incredible Hulk, Wolverine and The X-Men and Secret Avengers.

Find out why the girls give Dead Body Road a fiery thumbs up (after the break):

This week Cynthia and Jenny review the awesome action packed comic: Dead Body Road #1! Car crashes, interrogations, and revenge. It's like an 80's action movie.

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