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Tony Chu, the cibopathic federal agent with the ability to get psychic impressions from the things he eats, is on a bizarre new case. A newly discovered fruit takes Agent Chu to a remote island full of secrets, Presenting the second storyline of IGN.com's pick for Best Indie Series of 2009 and MTV Splash Page.com's pick for Best New Series of 2009. Find out what the fuss is about in this latest a twisted and darkly funny comic about cops, crooks, cooks, cannibals and clairvoyants.strangeness-and a shadowy killer with a particularly sinister appetite. Collects Chew #6-10.

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4.88 stars 4.88/5 Stars Average score of 4 user reviews

I didn't think it could be done 0

This book is just as great as the first one.  We take a bit of a pause from what I believe to be the main storyline - the reason Mason left.  Still, there are plot threads from the first book that get some more play in this book.  So it's not ignoring continuity at all, but it is definitely taking its time to get to resolution.   A large portion of this book takes place on a Micronesian Island that has a plant that tastes just like chicken.  Tony goes on a trip to see what that plant is and how ...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Food crime around the world! 0

Introduction:After reading the first volume of this fantastic series “Chew: Taster’s Choice,” I was geared up to read the second volume “Chew: International Flavor!” “Chew: International Flavor” is just as interesting and creative as the first volume and being that John Layman’s “Chew” series is an Eisner Award Winning and Harvey Award Winning series, this volume is definitely something that any comic book fan should check out!What is this story about?In this volume, Tony Chu is back and this ti...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

You've Got Some Gallsaberry! 0

Highly Recommended!If you haven't sunken your teeth into this series yet, you haven't tasted the pure genius that is John Layman and Rob Guillory. As I am pretty sure they prefer to remain un-tasted, take it from their near-saboscribner ability to help you experience this delicious work of art.The story of our favorite "detective-turned-agent-turned-hero-anti-hero" continues - this time it takes him to a remote island with one cluck of a secret!Along with the fantastic continuation of story, "ar...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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