RICH REVIEWS: Red X-Mas Part One

Title: Red X-Mas Part One
Publisher: Fried Comics
Written by: Clay Adams and Alexandre O. Philippe
Art by: Dominike “Domo” Stanton
Price: free digital
Rating: 1 out of 5 stars
Comments: We see the elves hard at work. Santa meanwhile and Ms. Claus have been having some fun. This is definitely a comic for adults. The issue does have some good funny lines.
The art is average. It has nothing about it that makes it stand out.
One little boy and his mother are living a strange life. She is a realist to the extreme. Meanwhile, Santa is having some problems of his own.
As Santa makes his deliveries and things go from bad to worst. The boy’s mother is an FBI agent who is overly violent. The poor boy Mitchell living with his mother it is surprising he is as normal as he is. He has a goal one he plans to achieve.
Santa well this is not the Santa your used to. He will disappoint you and everyone one else. The magic of Christmas does not burn bright here. It is a dying light.
This story is so depressing.

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