The wait is over Chew fans, the CHOGS have arrived! Chew writer John Layman has just posted a link for the anticipated collectible item on his Facebook page.
With Tony back in the saddle for lead of Chew, the quality has been high. But John Layman and Rob Guillory may have crafted one of the best issues of the series with Chew #32. The biggest strength for Chew #32 is how Layman writes Tony. He has been through a lot the past few [...]
Writer John Layman (Chew) and artist Jason Fabok continue their awesome penguin story, however Joker isn’t making things better for Ol’ Bats. Check out the preview pages below! Preview pages: Batman Detective Comics #16 Story by: John Layman Artwork by: Jason Fabok Batman is forced to cut a deal with the Penguin, one that will come back [...]
Issue sold out, to be reprinted in January collection CHEW #30, which closes out the “Space Cakes” story arc, sold out at the distributor level on the same day of its release, November 28. Fans of the series, by John Layman and Rob Guillory, should rush to their local comic book stores to pick up [...]
Chew has been on the most consistently great books at Image. It’s bursting at the seams with originality and has some of the most unique art on the stands. Chew: Secret Agent Poyo #1 fits with this, and is easily one of the best issues of Chew. It’s pure insanity……in chicken form. Poyo has always been a [...]
“Major League Chew,” Chew‘s last arc, had some bad pacing issues. While the arc was a lot of fun, and was full of some great ideas by John Layman, the arc didn’t know what it wanted to focus on. And while the supporting cast of Chew needed some face time, it could have balanced better. But [...]