The Taster's Choice, Part 3 of 5 wiki last edited by Billy Batson on 06/27/13 08:26AM View full history

Amelia Mintz is a food critic and a Saboscrivner. That means she can write about food so accurately, so vividly and with such precision, people get the actual sensation of taste when reading her restaurant reviews. Since the government prohibition of poultry, she’s lost her enthusiasm for the culinary world, and only reviews restaurants with a “D” rating or less from the Health Department. Her last review caused half the city to projectile vomit, and sent hundreds to the hospital with severe food poisoning. Agent Tony Chu has been assigned to arrest Amelia Mintz, but there’s just one problem with that... he’s madly in love with her!

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CHEW #3 0

Tony Chu meets the girl of his dreams, Amelia Mintz!The GoodIn this story, Tony Chu finally meets the girl that has alluded him the past couple of issues, Amelia Mintz! Amelia is a Saboscrivner, which gives her the food ability to write about food so accurately and vividly that people, actually, taste whatever meal she writes about. However, after vividly writing about a restaurant that ignores the health code; it looks Amelia might be out of the job if the F.D.A. get their way!This was a great ...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Get rid of the common 0

After reading Roxanne's review, I agree that I hope this comic can sustain itself. But the introduction of Amelia does not bother me at all. You see I think that Tony is more in love with her writing ability than her as a person. Oh she has superb writing ability.   The title of the book almost takes on a new meaning with the introduction of a third main character; people chew on her words and words are the one thing that a cibopath can partake of and not get utterly nauseated. Do I like this Am...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Amelia's Foodie Duty 0

Uh oh...this is what I was afraid of.  The Chew storyline is sliding downhill.   I thought the writing was more interesting in issue #2 than issue #1, but the introduction of Amelia caused me some trepidation. Introducing a romantic interest (that didn't exist from the very beginning) in a comic so soon makes the whole storyline seem rushed and turns the whole project into a "love comic." I would have preferred for Chu to have a few more adventures working for the FDA before being sidetracked by...

3 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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