Gypsy Company #3, December 2001, Liquid Comics
writer/penciller: Dennis Anderson
inker: Le Beau Underwood
letterer: Bloated Sack Studios
coloring" Superfly Studios
editor: Shawn Mitchell
Gypsy Company #3 didn't really speak to me. I had a difficult time understanding the story, and even now, I'm not sure if I got it right: a team of heroic mystics, the Gypsy Company (cool name), is captured by an evil entity that destroys villages and enslaves children, and when they break out, they plow through the enemy's zombie army to his throne room. Though the story wasn't my cup of tea, I enjoyed Anderson's art, a macabre synthesis of Wieringo and Ramos, and the Ben Templesmith pin-up on the back cover was an unexpected treat. As an independent comic book, Gypsy Company has an attractive package that would undoubtedly appeal to a definitively goth crowd -- fans of Rob Zombie's comics might enjoy it -- but I just couldn't get into it. Different strokes.
So, to compensate for today's minimal review, I've posted my review of Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer below. This praise could be the only review of its kind on the Internet! I'd appreciate some feedback, folks . . .