Chew #15

    Chew » Chew #15 - Just Desserts, Part 5 of 5 released by Image on October 2010.

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    Just Desserts, Part 5 of 5 last edited by Darkside_of_the_Sun on 05/12/20 06:06PM View full history

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    'Just Desserts' Conclusion.

    It's the final chapter of the 'Just Desserts' and the biggest story in CHEW history, figuratively and literally. As we reach the one-quarter mark of the CHEW run, the last remaining major characters are introduced and an event transpires that is so shocking and unexpected that it changes the book forever, fundamentally and irrevocably. And, as a special sloppy, wet kiss to everyone who has supported the book and helped it to succeed beyond our wildest expectations: CHEW #15 is bonus-sized, with more story pages and a special TRI-FOLD POSTER COVER at no extra cost!

    The issue opens up with Mason Savoy celebrating thanksgiving -- alone. As he finishes his main meal, Savoy then decides to ingest Tony Chu's ear (the ear he ripped off at an earlier story arc). Savoy begins to search through the different memories and relationships of Tony Chu, in the end he finds a person that is the center of Tony's world -- Olive Chu, daughter of Tony Chu! At the Chu residence, Tony and family are being reacquainted with one another. Although Tony is part of the family, most of the members of Tony's family hate him for being an F.D.A. agent, however his fraternal twin Toni aspires to be more like him in conversation. Eventually, Amelia and John arrive to the Chu family thanksgiving.

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    As Amelia pulls Tony aside to talk to him, she mentions the toe he had in the freezer and that they should have no more secrets between them. Tony later talks to John about what Amelia said and also that he might not be ready to tell his girlfriend that he has a daughter! In the end, Tony and family realize that their is strange alien writing in the sky and also Tony tells Amelia that he has a daughter.


    • The second and third cover are a homage and a parody of Leonardo da Vinci's The Last Supper artwork.

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    Tony Chew's reunion with his extended family may prove to be just as twisted as his adventures on the cibopathic beat.  The Good The opening scene, putting the reader into the mind's eye of cibopathy, is truly virtuoso. Layman and Guillory are you giving you something truly involving and original here, and it's truly exciting. Even the double spread with all the captions about the Chu family so alive in its spontanteity (and I was so tickled to see Oni's editor, Charlie Chu, included in the mix...

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