The Major League Chew, Part 2 of 5 wiki last edited by Billy Batson on 06/27/13 08:47AM View full history

'MAJOR LEAGUE CHEW,' Part Two Two captives. Two kidnappers. Note: this issue will ship with two covers, 50/50 distribution, a Tony cover and a Savoy cover.

The issue opens up with Olive Chu not cooperating with Mason Savoy. Though Savoy has only kidnap Olive to teach her how to use her abilities, Olive still refuses to be trained by him. Caesar interrupts their training session to give Savoy a cup of coffee. As Savoy searches through the different ingredients of the coffee he eventually says that their is 'malevolence' inside of the coffee, the issue then goes back to earlier events that happened the same day.

Caesar and his partner Vorhees have been taking on some unusual missions for the F.D.A., missions Tony Chu originally would be assigned to (however he was fired from the F.D.A. in an earlier issue). During this time, Tony is seen trying to reach Caesar to see if he knows anything about Olive's whereabouts. Through a sequence of events, Caesar and Vorhees are sent on a mission to check out a connection with robbers and a local coffee shop. The coffee barista eventually attacks Vorhees and Caesar with a bunch of mind controlled civilians, however even through the efforts of the two agents, the barista still escapes.

Later on, Caesar meets up with Savoy and Olive to find out about the location of the barista. Tony calls Caesar to see if he knows anything on where his daughter is, but no thanks to Dan Franks, Tony is beat up by the brute and kidnapped, leaving Caesar to think that the phone call ended. As Savoy fails to find the location of the barista, Olive easily used her ability to 'sniff' the coffee and told the location of the barista, however made a deal with Savoy to be trained on 'her terms'. In the end, the barista gets arrested, Olive begins her training, and Tony is beginning to eat the dead bodies of past baseball legends?

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Cibo-whaath 0

It's strange, I don't know what brought me to this book, when you get down to it the premise makes no sense it's strange it's weird at times over the top and goofy, however, I know what makes me stay. With Savoy having kidnapped Olive it looks as if he is training his own little robin, a true Gal Friday to whatever he is. With Tony still down in the dumps over being a traffic cop there wasn't much for him to do in this issue and there is no loss in that. John Layman loses nothing when he draws a...

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Chew Got A Deal 0

Highly Recommended!Things just keep getting better and better. Well, not for Tony, but the content of the story still keeps bringing a lot to the table - and just when you think you know everything about the CHEWniverse, you start to really understand you have only peeled back the first few layers of the onion. More powers. More talents. More violence. More death. More unsettling appetites. Sixths Please!In this isschew, we see a lot less Tony and a lot more supporting characters. Which is great...

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