Here it is, the final gloriously distasteful issue of Sister Bambi, and it’s a joy. It’s also not as you’d expect as Rick Spears and James Callahan do something nicely different with the structure and layout of the issue at the start.
Each page of art absent of word balloons opposed a page of script is trying to do something unexpected and that’s a bit of a refreshing change, which isn’t to say I didn’t love the sex, gore and violence of the previous issues but this is trying something I’ve not seen in some time.
This is a issue that doesn’t exactly work, but fuck it, they’re trying bloody hard to do something different that just do a sequential A-Z tale, and this makes the reader work to find out what’s going not to mention you have to do some graft to read it. There’s not many mainstream comics that do that these days.
So grab this series. It’s brilliant, and again, I hope this isn’t the last of Nathan T. Rex…..