BEST REVIEW EVER! Man Goat & The Bunnyman

TITLE: Man Goat & The Bunnyman
PUBLISHER: Zenescope
WRITER: Joe Brusha
ILLUSTRATOR: Guillermo Fajardo
COLORS: Ulises Arreola
LETTERS: Taylor Esposito
EDITOR: Kellie Supplee and Dave Franchini
COVER: Ivan Nunes
PRICE: $5.99
SUMMARY: Bigfoot, the Jersey Devil, the Loch Ness Monster: all are age-old folklore fodder, but could they actually be real? In recent years, the myth of Man Goat and The Bunnyman has grown locally, and many have claimed sightings of the two unique creatures, yet no concrete evidence exists… and that’s exactly how they want it. Dealing with the things nightmares are made of so we don’t have to—deranged mutants, satanic cults, demons, summer vacationers—Man Goat and the Bunnyman protect us from the evils that hide in plain sight. But they don’t want your adoration. They just want to be left alone.
COMMENTS: This was the first issue of three so I thought this would be a good jumping-on point. I had no idea who Man Goat and the Bonnyman were. It didn’t feel like a first issue. I was lost as to what was going on. The art is amazing, but also crude and discussing at the same time. There was a lot of blood and gore and the rabbit actually pooped and it was graphic. There was also beastiality. While I was excited to see a Big Foot comic, clearly I wasn’t the target audience for this one.

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