Whats The Furthest Place From Here #2 cover a

Whats The Furthest Place From Here #2 cover a

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VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Matthew Rosenberg
(A/CA) Tyler Boss
DOUBLE-SIZED SECOND ISSUE! With Sid missing, her family must leave the comfort of their home in a desperate search for her. But the world beyond their walls is not a friendly place. Ask the wrong questions, and you may find out the hard way that you can never go home.
Date Available: 12/22/2021
BONUS REVIEW by Kevin Healy


What's The Longest Title From Here #2 is another excellent issue of cleanly drawn groups of under age gangs with colorful clothes and colorful monikers running about committing violence on one another.

They aren't just violent for violence's sake. Our group (let's assume our lead characters are our rooting interests and take sides straight off) is looking for a missing member, pregnant as the dickens and lost beyond reason. The characters are cleanly dialogued, and are bound to engage readers on some level. This is another oversized issue, no ads, a steal at $3.99.
Recommended for fans of 70's Sci Fi, people who think music can change things for the better, old punks, young troublemakers, and Criswell, who clearly saw this future coming for us.


I give it 8 out of 10 Grahams


VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Matthew Rosenberg
(A/CA) Tyler Boss
DOUBLE-SIZED SECOND ISSUE! With Sid missing, her family must leave the comfort of their home in a desperate search for her. But the world beyond their walls is not a friendly place. Ask the wrong questions, and you may find out the hard way that you can never go home.
Date Available: 12/22/2021
BONUS REVIEW by Kevin Healy


What's The Longest Title From Here #2 is another excellent issue of cleanly drawn groups of under age gangs with colorful clothes and colorful monikers running about committing violence on one another.

They aren't just violent for violence's sake. Our group (let's assume our lead characters are our rooting interests and take sides straight off) is looking for a missing member, pregnant as the dickens and lost beyond reason. The characters are cleanly dialogued, and are bound to engage readers on some level. This is another oversized issue, no ads, a steal at $3.99.
Recommended for fans of 70's Sci Fi, people who think music can change things for the better, old punks, young troublemakers, and Criswell, who clearly saw this future coming for us.


I give it 8 out of 10 Grahams


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