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Gy Imaginary Drugs is a creator driven exploration of life love death and raygun toting multiverse adventure Skirting the fears and fringes and subverting the hopes and expectations of the modern imagination Imaginary Drugs. Not my thingI didn t know what I was picking up or I probably would have passed on it Short stories aren t usually my thing and these were extremely short Most of the stories were meh and the few that were intriguing would have been improved with length The art was overall pretty meh too I almost uit halfway through and don t feel rewarded for sticking it out There were some humorous moments and it was imaginative enough but I couldn t bring myself to care Bishops Angel of life love death and raygun toting multiverse adventure Skirting the fears and fringes and subverting the hopes and expectations Bedhead Skin Deep 3 of the modern imagination Imaginary Drugs. Not my thingI didn t know what I was picking up Sticks And Stones Broken Heart 2 or I probably would have passed 50 Debate Prompts For Kids on it Short stories aren t usually my thing and these were extremely short Most Curiosity of the stories were meh and the few that were intriguing would have been improved with length The art was

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Imaginary Drugs

Tackles the possible future origins of human life our increasingly dependent relationship with technology and the ass kicking absurdity of beating a nest of blood suckers into submission with a cosmically powered baseball ba. A psychedelic acid trip of a comic anthology containing dozens of short sci fifantasymacabre comics from a bunch of different creators Absolutely wild and I loved the illustrations and the stories I d definitely be interested in of the same from these folks

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An Illuminati celebrity assassin adorably twisted ritual sacrifices doomed lovotic space affairs war toads GUNTS luchador gorillas and urban languawitches await in this bizarrely wonderful sci fi fantasy fueled comic antholo. Don t judge a book by its cover This book s cover and title sounded interesting But the book isn t An anthology of up and coming comics writers and artists per the back cover this is really a collection of high school level writing supported by some distinctive art some good some aping 50 s EC titles some just weird and no discernible theme I try to go easy on anthologies recognizing that not every story will be good But I don t think there s a single story in this collection I would categorize as good a couple are decent one or two start off well and go horribly awry and a number are so poorly written that I honestly couldn t tell whether it was the same story a new one between some pages Special note for GUNT for both its tackiness of titletopic and almost incomprehensible dialogcaptions I think Star Captain Apollo manages to be the strongest story in the collection putting an actor into a situation where he has to act like his character Galaxy uest vibes definitely felt but it didn t have much competition It s telling that almost 20% of the stories and than 33% of the story pages come from the editor of the collection Don t make my mistake don t be taken in by the title and cover There are much better anthologies that are worth your time This one isn t


6 thoughts on “Imaginary Drugs

  1. says:

    Don't judge a book by its cover This book's cover and title sounded interesting But the book isn't An anthology of 'up an

  2. says:

    Not my thingI didn't know what I was picking up or I probably would have passed on it Short stories aren't usually my thing and these were extremely short Most of the stories were meh and the few that were intriguing would have been improved with length The art was overall pretty meh too I almost uit halfway through and don't feel rewarded for sticking it out There were some humorous moments and it was imaginative enoug

  3. says:

    A psychedelic acid trip of a comic anthology containing dozens of short sci fifantasymacabre comics from a bunch of different creators Absolutely wild and I loved the illustrations and the stories; I’d definitely be interested in of the same from these folks

  4. says:

    OMG Effing BeautifulThe first half especially had me laughing non stop Interspaced with a lot of “Wha???” W

  5. says:

    This has some good stuff and some terrible stuff I'd recommend Alan Moore's Future Shocks first but this is a good second place

  6. says:

    A nice collection of graphic shorts

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