"It was one of those days when you wish you never got out of bed. I was beat to the gills, and the walrus was not around for me to bend his ear.
I had a hole in my stomach that cried out its demand to be filled. A nice big juicy steak and a glass of grade A on the side.
Well, so much for dinner.”
Great American Murder Bar! Shit, yeah, now were talkin’. Plus, what the Christ? Andre the giant-dwarf grape-aping on a mobster mobile? Hey! Is that an Isz driving that other car? Hell, yeah, it is, because the artist here is none other than Sam Keith, who would go on to more lucrative creator owned projects (The Maxx is in reprint as I type, suckers. You do the math.). (That is not an emoticon). Technically this comic is not called Great American Murder Bar, but why not, when that’s what you read on the cover? Not until I was typing the title of this did I even realize it was Amazing comics premiers #4. So, there you go. My bad.
This comic here is an antho featuring 4 stories, 2 of which are Sam Keith drawn, 1 of which pisses me off beyond description, and one which looks like B list Marvel BS pretending to be a horror/western comic (yeah, I know…).
So lets friggin do this ‘cos there’s no space fer waistin’.
Another great comic review by JJB