Big Man Plans #1

    Big Man Plans » Big Man Plans #1 released by Image on March 2015.

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    From ERIC POWELL (Eisner award-winning creator of The Goon) and TIM WEISCH (a guy who used to be a bricklayer) comes BIG MAN PLANS, a brutal crime drama with a shocking mystery at its heart. Even the most marginalized in society can exact revenge if they don't care how they do it.



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    Mini Punisher! (Big Man Plans #1) 0

    (Quick Unprofessional Review) I almost passed on this. Really glad I ended up reading this because I loved it.It first issue was a life story about a dwarf who turns from a useless to ass-kicking badass midget. The first few pages hooks you instantly. This was very dark, humorous, sweet, and sad. It had everything. I was so captivated reading this. You totally root for the little guy while he himself does some crazy things. iFanboy described it the best calling it a "Mini Punisher" comic. Check...

    7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    Run Silent - Slash Deep 0

    Its always fun to see how a new books begins its journey and like all good tales that have pulled me back into the realms of comic books 'Big Man Plans' starts with a slap and then keeps at you.Each page is a vision unto itself and the ever building structure of the story makes this a very re-readable book.Being a small statured person myself I greatly enjoyed "Big Mans Plans".. in many of the (somewhat violent) situations he finds himself in I felt like I would have gladly made the same choices...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    House of Heroes – Comic Review: Big Man Plans #1 0

    Big Man is the quintessential example of innocence lost. He is a weapon forged from the fires of hatred and bigotry and formed into shape upon an anchor of brutality and war. Whether it’s the color of our skin, our weight, height, disability etc… we’ve all been on the receiving end of someone who’s tried to make us feel different for being who we are. Albeit the most EXTREME version, I’d like to think Big Man is the voice inside our head that says – Enough. ...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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