Review of Multiple Warheads: Alphabet To Infinity #1
I recently came across Multiple Warheads: Alphabet To Infinity, a bizarre werewolf comic, one that was possibly made while the creator was under the influence of some sort of hallucinogen. Itâs an odd comic. I just finished reading Issue #1, check out my review of this unique comic below.
“Sexica and her Werewolf boyfriend Nikoli travel across a sci-fi, fantasy Russia smoking singing cigarettes.
Meanwhile the organ hunter Nura is sent out with a severed head and instructions to find its body.”
By: Brandon Graham
Check out my break down of the comicâ¦
Artwork: 3.5 out of 5
I liked that the artwork wasnât the same old cookie cutter comic book style. It was awesome that it was something different, something unique. But, I would have liked to see a bit more detail. It was kind of a chaotic mess of colors and shapes, I didnât really know what I was looking at a lot of the time.
Story: 3 out of 5
The creator gets loads of points for creativity. This was definitely a wonderfully strange and totally original comic (they smoke cigarettes that SING). But, while interesting, it made zero sense. I have no idea what was going on in the world of this comic. I donât know if there was a comic before this series that fills readers in on whatâs up, but from what I see Multiple Warheads: Alphabet To Infinity is a standalone comicâ¦ one that makes no kinds of sense to me. Also worth mentioning, this comic has a random little naughty scene in it, so itâs not really appropriate for youngsters. And, as every werewolf fan wants to know, while there is a werewolf character in the comic, itâs not explored in the first issue, he doesnât transform or anything.
All in all, Multiple Warheads: Alphabet To Infinity is an peculiar comic full of weirdness. But, it doesnât make sense. Itâs in serious need of a backstory.
About the Author
Moonlight (aka Amanda) loves to write about, read about and learn about everything pertaining to werewolves and other supernatural beasties. She writes for top genre sites like Vampires.com and Werewolves.com. You will most likely find her huddled over a book of folklore with coffee in hand. You can stalk her via her Twitter.
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