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REVIEW: Man Goat & the Bunnyman: Green Eggs and Blam #3

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REVIEW: Man Goat & the Bunnyman: Green Eggs and Blam #3

Book Title: Man Goat & the Bunnyman: Green Eggs and Blam #3

Book Description: Dr. Jackendoff is on the verge of world domination. He has an army of dog men and bunnyman clones at his disposal. Floyd is the key to Jackendoff’s victory or failure. It all depends on how willing Floyd is to take a bride.

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Summary

Rating if the Book Were a Movie: R

Creative Team:

Story: Joe Brusha, Ralph Tedesco, Dave Franchini, and David Wohl

Writer: Joe Brusha

Artist: Jordi Tarragona

Colors: Walter Pereyra

Letters: Taylor Esposito 

Cover: Igor Vitorino and Ivan Nunes

Editor: David Wohl

Publisher: Zenescope Entertainment 

Ratings:

Story: 3.4 Stars 

Artwork: 3.75 Stars 

Cover Artwork: 3.6 Stars 

Dialogue: 3.2 Stars 

Mechanics: 3.4 Stars 

Editing: 3.0 Stars 

Reader’s Notes:

“Man Goat & the Bunnyman” was a quick read with a lot of action. It felt different without the bantering between Phil and Floyd we had in the original series. I liked how we got to see the origin story of Floyd in this issue. I also saw how an opening was left to continue with another story. I hope it happens.

No matter what title it is, the team at Zenescope always gives us terrific covers. The cover of this issue is no exception. Mr. Vitorino’s lines coupled with Mr. Nunes’s coloring makes for an eye-catching cover. 

The artwork on the interior pages continues to make Phil, Floyd, and the rest of the gang come to life. Lines are very sharp. Coloring is spot on. The facial expressions are outstanding. 

“Man Goat & the Bunnyman: Green Eggs and Blam” isn’t the great American novel. It doesn’t have to be. It’s whimsical and gives us lots of action and laughs. That makes this geek on a budget say it’s worth checking out.

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I grew up loving all things geek. I started reading and collecting comics when I was 8. My personal collection has roughly 8,000 books in it. When I’m not doing something geek-related I love spending time with my amazing wife and kids, gaming, and working on cross stitch projects.

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