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In the most intense issue yet of Vertigo's breakout hit, all of Jepperd's secrets are finally revealed, as the cold-blooded killer recounts the most horrendous time of his life and the vicious events that made him the man he is today. Shocking and brutal, this issue is not to be missed!







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Review: Sweet Tooth #11 0

Jepperd "rages in the cage" as he's kept from Louise during her most unnatural and painful labor. When he does finally break free, his captors have got hell to pay, for sure. The Good Saying that a horror story is frustrating is compliment, but that's the effect that author's going for, of course. To that end, I compliment Lemire for really putting you in the mindset of Jepperd as he's fast with this claustrophobic, confining situation. You're maddened just as he's confined and trying to ...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

No Gus No Fuss. 0

I can't believe the second arc is over and there was no Gus in the last issue (minus the preview).  Jeff Lemire really has the whole story planed out.  Two arcs finished, both tightly written and feature a preview to the next arc.  You tease you Mr. Lemire sir.  I have to say that this was my favorite comic of the week of July 8, 2010.  Close second came Grant Morrison's Batman and Robin #13. Grant's issue was a nice set up issue, but this one wrapped up an arc I loved 6 issue long.  This is t...

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