This week saw the release of not only INDESTRUCTIBLE #7 but INDESTRUCTIBLE Vol. 1, our very first trade paperback! We’re super excited about the releases over here at the Darby Pop offices and rather than keep all the good words to ourselves, we wanted to share what people are saying across the web.
- Unleash the Fanboy’s Harrison Rawdin wrote a review for INDESTRUCTIBLE #7!
- “There’s no denying the fact than Ken Kristensen knows how to write a solid buddy comedy. I say that because if you strip away the pop-culture shots and attempts at superhero antics, what we’re left with is the always likable Greg Pincus and his ill-mannered best buddy Barry. And through the two of them and their shenanigans Indestructible finds its voice.”
- The man who can wield the power of Thor and says “Bub” a lot, Cody “The Thorverine” Ferrell also reviewed INDESTRUCTIBLE #7.
- “Caracuzzo does a brilliant job of animating Kristensen’s humor and pulling off the visual gags. Flavia Caracuzzo’s colors keep things grounded but does have the needed flourishes to show this is still a world where superheroes are real.”
- Starburst Magazine wrote a review for the INDESTRUCTIBLE Vol. 1 trade!
- “The multiple meanings of the word comic means that a sit-com style work can be a tricky thing to pitch. Yet it hasn’t stopped people from trying and, in the case of Indestructible, pulling it off to great effect.”
- His origins from a cactus are still a mystery to us but Tex served up an INDESTRUCTIBLE Vol. 1 review
- “This book is heavy on the comedy. You really like Greg’s character, the poor guy, and the stuff that happens to him is just cruddy, but the writer lays it down in such a way that we can actually laugh at and sympathize with Greg simultaneously.”
- Steven W. Alloway of Fanboy Comics takes a break from reviewing CITY: THE MIND IN THE MACHINE and dives into the world of INDESTRUCTIBLE with the trade.
- “What makes Indestructible a compelling story isn’t just its depiction of superheroes as celebrities, but its exploration of our own fascination with celebrity culture and how it feeds into the whole superhero dynamic.”