This week, Stephen and Matthew were expecting Sex from Image Comics, but instead, find themselves in Lost Vegas.

lostvegas1LOST VEGAS #1
Writer: Jim McCann
Artist: Janet Lee
Publisher: Image Comics
Cover Price: $2.99
The EISNER AWARD-WINNING team of JIM McCANN & JANET LEE reunite to create a universe filled with intrigue as one gambler-turned-slave has 24 hours to go all in and pull off the greatest heist the universe has seen.

WELCOME TO LOST VEGAS! Aboard this luxurious casino-filled traveling space-station you will find the highest stakes games from every corner of every planet, unheard-of winnings, and the greatest attractions anywhere!

*the fine print- those who bet it all and lose must work it off as indentured servants to the casino. Escape is not possible. No one is exempt from these rules.


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  1. N
    March 7, 2013 at 8:10 am — Reply

    I found the Sex #1 issue yesterday at my local shop. It’s a great read, hope to hear your views on it when you guys get a chance.

  2. LemmyCaution
    March 7, 2013 at 2:13 pm — Reply

    I loved the art in Lost Vegas, even though I found it slightly unsatisfying. The cover art really shows a Sgt. Pepper animated movie flair that immediately attracted my attention. The style continues through the book, but I found a slight discordance between that style and either the brightness of the colors or the dimensionality/gradients of the coloring. The very last panel also seemed out of place as though it came from an action comic book.

    But, overall I loved the artwork! Especially the really trippy stuff in the middle section. I’d like more of that in the rest of the run.

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