The Trouble with Igor review ð 7

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6 Comments on "The Trouble with Igor review ð 7"

  • Melki

    The Trouble with Igor review ð 7 The Trouble with IgorA hapless hunchback goes on a series of adventures involving headless chickens various stabby creatures some extremely toothy monsters and a bloodthirsty grim reaper hand puppetIt's kind of weird and definitely not for the sueamishI was fine with the book until I saw the back cover which features all of the players in living or dead color which only made me think how much better the whole book would have been in glorious technicolorEh


  • LALa

    The Trouble with Igor review ð 7 The Trouble with IgorGot this a decade ago because I was a huge SLG fan and forgot about it I always found their morbid gothic and overall weirdness in titles appealing This little gem I got on a whim I call it a gem because it's a graphic novel in the most literal sense in that there is really only illustrations and no dialogue or written narration A few sound effects here and there but ultimately a comic without wordsThe team did a good job illustrating an odd little story It's gruesome morbid a bit violent and even a tad creepy much like other titles common with SLG I also liked the art style and found it matched up well with the story I don't think and it's clear from other reviews it was or will be a hit with too many people because of it being wordless Some situations might be a little harder to follow however I think that it does offer something in the way of being open to interpretation and other situations spell things out very clear It was an amusing read I don't know


  • Renae

    The Trouble with Igor review ð 7 The Trouble with IgorI'm generally a big fan of really bizarre books and graphic novelsthis one was a little too weird for me Not because of the weirdness factor itself but because the story really didn't make much sense to me It was pretty much impossible to follow and the only unifying element for me was gruesomeness I don't know Maybe I needed a cheat sheet to follow it or somethingjust not a particularly strong read for me


  • Jayaprakash Satyamurthy

    The Trouble with Igor review ð 7 The Trouble with IgorWhat the heck did I just read Grotesue loopy hard to follow and kinda trying too hard There's a few moments of wonderfully twisted illogic but the recurring gruesomeness and non seuitur train


  • Vanessa Vallos

    The Trouble with Igor review ð 7 The Trouble with IgorI had to read it several times to understand it That is not a good point It's creepy but I liked it Not much to say about it exept there is no storyline


  • Rusty

    The Trouble with Igor review ð 7 The Trouble with IgorThe character is a gentle and humble soul who wants to help others but nothing seems to turn out right for him Rather interesting approach to telling a tale It takes study and concentration to understand what the author intended and get through the book