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3.5 stars 3.5 Stars Average score of 2 user reviews
As a fan, this book was a little disappointing. The first thing I noticed was the artwork, very cartoony and babyish, I was very disappointed. The characters look like baby versions of themselves, completely lacking shading and shadowing. The story was...eh. It was funny in the traditional sense of Dethklok's version of funny, but there was nothing captivating or drawing about the story. The one thing that got me through this book was imagining their voices as I read it, but here in lied another...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
The Good: The sens of humor drips right off of the show. Lack of music and motion aside, I felt like I was sitting here watching an episode of the show. It loses absolutely none of it's integrity by changing mediums and that's pretty amazing. For $3.99, I actually felt like I got my money's worth. This felt like a pretty thick comic to hold and the dialogue keeps it feeling noticeably longer than most comics. Pretty much everybody was written completely in character, making the dialogue roll rig...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
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