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While traveling through idyllic rural Brazil, Bras and his best friend Jorge are having the time of their lives. Staring nature in the eye, learning more about the local people and customs – life is good and the future is bright. But when Bras meets the incredibly sultry Olinda, suddenly nothing is so certain anymore. Continuing the highly anticipated, rich new series from Eisner Award winners Gabriel Bá and Fábio Moon!







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Tourist Trap! 0

  First Impressions:After reading the first issue of Daytripper with scripts by Fabio Moon and amazing yet simple art by Gabriel Ba', I had to check out issue two and it does not disappoint. A tourist and his photo buddy go to a tropic island to learn the ways of the peoples there.   There is a woman, a strange dream and a call from a goddess to find her out in the sea.   This read as a Twilight Zone type of story, with a guy not really knowing what's going on but at the end gets pretty much wh...

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Great art and writing, but... 0

So to start things off, I must say I love Gabriel Ba and Fabio Moon's work. I haven't read or seen anything I haven't liked from them. After the first issue of Daytripper, I was really excited for this series, sadly I've cooled a little bit.  Now onto the review, the art in this issue is as excellent as all of their other work and the writing is top notch. Bras and Jorge have a great dynamic, with the slightly awkward, but somewhat confident Bras, and the smooth and free living Jorge.  The art s...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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