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Last issue featured the death of a major character in Chew. And no, I’m not going to spoil it for you in the first paragraph of the review for “Chew #31.” Instead, let’s discuss how this issue brings not one, but two funerals. No, there is no new shocking death in these panels. Through the use of flashbacks, we are taken to the time when Tony Chew buried his wife.Warning: Spoilers!In the last issue of Chew, Tony’s sister met an untimely, but foreseen, ugly demise. We now pick up the pieces where...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
This cover is absolutely brilliant considering the events of the previous issue. For anyone not caught up in the series, this cover isn't a spoiler, it's actually somewhat misleading with a deeper meaning once you see the second image right after the cover. It's beautiful and intense and moving and everything.As the solicit says, the second half of Chew begins with a funeral. Actually, two funerals. We jump back and forth between the two biggest losses in Tony's entire life. A lot of things are ...3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
Dan returns for another edition of Comic POW! Please feel free to leave comments here or on the youtube page....0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
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The second half of CHEW starts here. Writer John Layman and artist Rob Guillory are ready to close opened doors and answer unanswered questions.The GoodIf you know what happened in the last issue, you may also know that John Layman is getting ready for a big fight. While Layman does not immediately get into the detail at this time, I am confident that this issue will act as a stepping stone. Tony and John are once again agents of the F.D.A. and looking into the chicken cultist from issue 20. Ult...5 out of 5 found this review helpful.
PlotA old foe returns, as the Chu's cope with death of one of their own...Story & ScriptSPOILERSI had a nice sigh of relief opening this issue to see Toni will still have a presence in the book. The flashback is great. The scene with Colby hitting on Tony's sister was pretty funny. This issue is sort of a back to the basics approach to Chew. As nice as it is to have Tony back in the spotlight, I still miss Toni.After the funeral scene I felt the issue lost a little steam. I don't know w...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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