After the Gold Rush #1, #2, #3 Miles Greb, art by Isaac Ka Ryssa
After the Gold Rush #4 Miles Greg, art by Elli Puukangas
Review by Maxx
It's been a while of looking at the ATGR books on the shelves and the guilt of not having actually read them finally got to me. When they were brought it I flipped through them and loved the covers. I'm glad we have 4 issues now. The story starts off a bit rocky for those of us that didn't follow the webcomic. I like a story that doesn't feel the need to explain everything to the reader, but I felt like I was left guessing for the first two issues. ATGR follows Scout as she crash lands back on Earth after having only known life in a colony on Titan. Miles Greb notes in the back of the issues that all attempts have been made to make the stories scientifically accurate and invites questions or corrections. I enjoyed #4 the most, the story finally is taking on more of a plot than just chance encounters and characters beyond Scout develop depth. I also enjoyed the cleaner lines of Elli Puukangas work and hope that we get to see more in following issues.
Definitely recommended for the scientists in your life - young and old. This book is appropriate for all ages.
Shop Assistant Sean recently read Outfoxed by Dylan Meconis. He's still going through a phase where he loves foxes, so this one really caught his eye. This is great story for a mature child reader (as our 10-year-old SAS could be categorized) and still appeals to adults. Here is what SAS has to say:
"It shows a useful moral, that you can't force someone to love you, no matter what you do. I love the art and book itself. The art is unlike most that I see in comics."
Pick up a copy today at Push/Pull, made available to us by Emerald Comics Distro.
Brian's Brain by Jacob Halton
"The book is gross and disturbing and after you finish it you will most likely feel uneasy."
Clovis by Miles Greb & Zak Hartong
"The art is awesome and I love the book. It is a good story."
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