This week, on the Major Spoilers Podcast, your podcasting friends sit down and take a look at the first volume of Skull Kickers from Image Comics.

SKULLKICKERS, VOL. 1: 1000 OPAS AND A DEAD BODY TP
story JIM ZUBKAVICH
art EDWIN HUANG, CHRIS STEVENS & MISTY COATS
cover EDWIN HUANG & ESPEN GRUNDETJERN
Two nameless mercenaries are mashing monsters and making a name for themselves. Image’s new hit fantasy action-comedy series has gone through multiple printings of each issue released so far and is getting rave reviews from readers and critics alike. Pick up the first collection and find out what all the excitement is all about!

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1 Comment

  1. hectorbustnuts
    April 5, 2011 at 5:41 pm — Reply

    Skullkickers is a rare breed. A comic that is just flat-out fun.

    Reminiscent of early stories of “The Goon”, “Skullkickers” isn’t the longest or most taxing of books to read, and the story isn’t the most original, playing off a bazillion high-fantasy tropes, but what it does is bring an over the top, BEAUTIFULLY illustrated, violent, funny and carefree experience of comic reading.

    I really enjoyed this opening salvo from Jim Zubkavich and Edwin Huang and can’t wait to throw myself once more into their funny, violent fantasy world with volume 2.

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