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Chew - Volume 6: Space Cakes by John Layman

Chew - Volume 6: Space Cakes (edition 2013)

by John Layman

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Title:Chew - Volume 6: Space Cakes
Authors:John Layman
Info:Image Comics (2013), Paperback, 156 pages
Collections:Your library
Tags:Jensbooks, comics, mystery, Image, Chew

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Chew, Vol. 6: Space Cakes by John Layman



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Volume 6 in the Tony Chu saga.

This is easily my favorite volume so far, and I finally have some characters I like and want to see more of. Caesar and Toni Chu, a bit awkward that last one. Oh well. I also really liked the inclusion of more and varied colors, most of the others volumes were heaving on the browns, oranges with some blue. This one was much more colorful. Also Poyo and chogs, so much more Poyo and chogs. It also does not escape me that there was very little Tony Chu since he was indisposed for most of the volume. I really needed as fun an issue as this to make up for the last one. ( )
  Kellswitch | May 17, 2015 |
With the addition of a prominent Toni storyline and the Poyo, Layman finally achieves a perfect balance between a very emotional storyline and a not very serious comic. I loved the combination of dramatic elements and comedic moments in this volume, more so than in any other volume so far. A lot about this volume was the definition of what makes Chew so easy to digest. I cannot wait to see the continuation of this volume, because a very big ending lies in the final pages of this volume. ( )
  LaneLiterati | Feb 13, 2014 |
The latest collection of this seriously out-there comic.

I would have given five stars, but the Poyo-centered story was an utter waste of time. ( )
  Bert.Cielen | Oct 16, 2013 |
Things take a very dark turn in this volume, but not before some hilarious fun with a chicken secret agent! The art, the humor, the pathos at the end ... I've said it before, this is the best story about cannibalistic clairvoyant secret agents for the USDA you're likely to ever read. ( )
  Brian.McGovney | Mar 30, 2013 |
Consistently demented series, this one continues the story in fine fashion.
  BK138 | Mar 23, 2013 |
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"While Tony Chu - the cibopathic federal agent with the ability to get psychic impressions from what he eats - clings to life in a hospital ICU, his twin sister Toni steps up to take center stage. Toni is cibovoyant, able to see the future of anything she eats, and, lately, she's seeing some pretty terrible things" -- from publisher's web site.… (more)

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