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Comic Review: Bomb Scares – Issue 1

Issue: Bomb Scares Vol. 1
Writers: Gary Crutchley, Steve Tanner, Chris Young, Scott D. Harris, Jonathan Darque, Gordon Robertson, Alec Robertson, Dino Caruso, Richmond Clements, GM Jordan
Artists: Shane Oakley, John Cahill, Katja Lindblom, Mantos, Rachelle Aragno, Andrew Dodd, Mc Carper, Anglada KaMarasa
Editor: Steve Tanner
Cover Artist: Andrew Dodd
Publisher: Time Bomb Comics
Release Date: 2009
Pages: 52
Price: $5.50

“A selection of stories by artists and writers around the world From your input and support. We are proud to bring together an assortment of horror we give you BOMB SCARES – a disturbing horror tales in a twisted vein …read it if you dare!“

Artwork: 4.0 out of 5.0
This is a great looking anthology. The look and quality of each story easily stands equal to the next. Some are full of detail and shading while others work just as well with solid blacks and whites. I love the artwork by John Cahill and Montos the most but each story looked great.

Story: 4.0 out of 5.0
The stories in the collection were just as great as the artwork. Each story was unique and nothing at all like the story before or after it. I was a big fan of the actual stories that were put at the very end. It makes a nice break from the hand drawn comics, but may have had more effect if the two had been broken up. But that is a minor problem if anything at all.

Dying Breath: 4.0 out of 5.0
I am starting to think that anthologies are on the rise. I have recently read a good deal of great collections and this one is close to the top. A great collection of artists and writers bring good diversity to the stories presented and that is what you need to find when looking for a book like this. A great job all around, now get to work on Vol. 2!

If you would like to buy or know more about Bomb Scares Vol. 1
please check out http://www.timebombcomics.com/

Comic Review: Bomb Scares – Issue 1

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