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No One Left To Fight TPB

No One Left To Fight TPB

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VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Aubrey Sitterson
(A/CA) Fico Ossio
They've saved the world countless times, growing up together and growing apart in the process. But now, with adulthood tightening its grip, they're forced to reconcile their regrets and resentments, coming to terms with the lives they've chosen. Inspired by the legendary Dragon Ball, critically acclaimed creators Aubrey Sitterson (The Comic Book Story of Professional Wrestling, G.I. Joe) & Fico Ossio (Spider-Man, Revolution) invite you on an action-packed journey through their expansive new world. Collects No One Left to Fight #1-#5. 'Gorgeous, exciting and detailed. This really is 'The Comic You've Always Wanted', whether you know it or not.'-Major Spoilers
Date Available: 03/11/2020
BONUS REVIEW by Zach M


Just to be up front with you, I'm not someone who usually reads Indy books. The only times I do are when A) I know and like at least part of the creative team. B) The series is a few trades in and is being highly recommended by people who's opinion I value. C) A cover just stands out amidst a sea of comics. Option C is the least common, however it is how I got to this book, and boy am I glad that I did. The creators of this series are clearly big fans of all forms of fictional fighting. Dragon Ball Z and similar animes/mangas, Kung-Fu movies, and Street Fighter/ Mortal Kombat style video games all feed into this universe where everyone seems to be an incredibly powerful fighter. This is not one of those indies books however that takes characters you know and love only to give you a cheap imitation of them, they give you characters inspired by the movies and shows we're all fans of. As cool as all the characters are, with there different styles of combat and levels of strength, there is a not half bad story weaving its way from fight to fight. It's not a story that I'm expecting to surprise me at every turn, but it's a good enough story that 5 issues in, I'll definitely be back for issue #6!

I give it 8 out of 10 Grahams


VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Aubrey Sitterson
(A/CA) Fico Ossio
They've saved the world countless times, growing up together and growing apart in the process. But now, with adulthood tightening its grip, they're forced to reconcile their regrets and resentments, coming to terms with the lives they've chosen. Inspired by the legendary Dragon Ball, critically acclaimed creators Aubrey Sitterson (The Comic Book Story of Professional Wrestling, G.I. Joe) & Fico Ossio (Spider-Man, Revolution) invite you on an action-packed journey through their expansive new world. Collects No One Left to Fight #1-#5. 'Gorgeous, exciting and detailed. This really is 'The Comic You've Always Wanted', whether you know it or not.'-Major Spoilers
Date Available: 03/11/2020
BONUS REVIEW by Zach M


Just to be up front with you, I'm not someone who usually reads Indy books. The only times I do are when A) I know and like at least part of the creative team. B) The series is a few trades in and is being highly recommended by people who's opinion I value. C) A cover just stands out amidst a sea of comics. Option C is the least common, however it is how I got to this book, and boy am I glad that I did. The creators of this series are clearly big fans of all forms of fictional fighting. Dragon Ball Z and similar animes/mangas, Kung-Fu movies, and Street Fighter/ Mortal Kombat style video games all feed into this universe where everyone seems to be an incredibly powerful fighter. This is not one of those indies books however that takes characters you know and love only to give you a cheap imitation of them, they give you characters inspired by the movies and shows we're all fans of. As cool as all the characters are, with there different styles of combat and levels of strength, there is a not half bad story weaving its way from fight to fight. It's not a story that I'm expecting to surprise me at every turn, but it's a good enough story that 5 issues in, I'll definitely be back for issue #6!

I give it 8 out of 10 Grahams