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'INTERNATIONAL FLAVOR,' Conclusion

Cannibal vs. bloodsucker.

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Review: Chew #10 0

The "International Flavor" story arc concludes with Agent Chu up to neck in pro-chicken guerillas and pretend vampires. He might not come out of this with a drumstick for his troubles, but he might just get a date out of the whole experience.  THE GOOD  What's enjoyable about this series is that there really aren't too many points of reference you can compare it to. This isn't a case of "this TV show" meets "that movie", or even "this comic" meets "that comic." Just the ideas of a guy who can...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

Definitely Not For Vegetarians 0

The Good John Layman's Chew is one of the great secrets of the comic world. This issue continues to establish the series as something to be reckoned with. John Layman's flair for dialogue shines through here, with every character shining with wit and personality. At first, I was apprehensive about adding a vampire into the story but once we discover the origin of the character, it makes a lot of sense. There continues to be some great gross out moments, such as what happens to a certain cook... ...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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