Prison Pit, Vol. 2

2009 s Prison Pit, Book One was an unadulterated smash hit upon its release at the 2009Comic Con International, and the balls to the wall series returns this summerwith action and mayhem like only Johnny Ryan can deliver again starringCF, the shirtless outer space barbarian antihero who remains damned tothe Prison Pit a vast wasteland beneath the crust of a barren p2009 s Prison Pit, Book One was an unadulterated smash hit upon its release at the 2009Comic Con International, and the balls to the wall series returns this summerwith action and mayhem like only Johnny Ryan can deliver again starringCF, the shirtless outer space barbarian antihero who remains damned tothe Prison Pit a vast wasteland beneath the crust of a barren planet, populatedby the worst of the worst, where violence is the only law and evil creaturesroam free In this second volume, CF tries to get revenge against the evil behemoththat took his arm, and then winds up playing an unwilling participant inan elaborate escape attempt from the Pit.Prison Pit blends Ryan s fascination with WWE wrestling, grindhousecinema, first person action video games, Gary Panter s Jimbo comics, andKentaro Miura s Berserk Manga into a brutal and often hilarious showcase ofviolence like no other comic book ever created.
Prison Pit Vol s Prison Pit Book One was an unadulterated smash hit upon its release at the Comic Con International and the balls to the wall series returns this summerwith action and mayhem like only Joh

  • Title: Prison Pit, Vol. 2
  • Author: Johnny Ryan
  • ISBN: 9781606993835
  • Page: 456
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Prison Pit, Vol. 2”

    1. Podia la segona part encara ser més passada de rosca que la primera? Doncs sí. Per culpa d'això, perd una mica de la coherència argumental del primer volum (si a tenir un sol protagonista pot ser tenir coherència argumental) i desbarra molt més sense sentit. Més monstres estranys, més mutacions, més canibalisme, més fets inexplicables, però també un final menys rodó, abrupte i insatisfactori.Tot i així, paga la pena.

    2. I liked the first book, but there's nothing new here. Except for rape, which isn't a plus. It's funny, isn't it, that I'm fine reading about murders - I quite enjoy murders - but rape, not so much.Of course, I realize that Ryan is trying to push our buttons with an immature glee that is admirable. He's punk rock to freak out the squares. It's cute, but getting a little old already.

    3. I liked book one better. The fights and design elements are awful, depraved, and sometimes brilliant. Ultimately, though, it was a bit boring.

    4. BCDER: 45Yes, it's like advanced teenage male doodling, but the opening to this arc was masterfully pulled off. I'm not sure there are any redeeming qualities to this series. Perhaps showing life is hard, but never give up? Our some what hero / anti-hero is put through the ringer but never foldsAlthough I cringe at some of the subject matter, it's like the car accident that you still gaze upon even though you know you should not. Human nature

    5. Starting with a shot of a monster with a spiked ball for a hand taking a dump, "Prison Pit 2" starts as it means to go on with as much bloodiness and insanity as the first book. The psychopathic monster with a worm for a hand continues his non-story of fighting the monsters of this arid desert landscape and that's basically the book.Throw in a robot scientist, a woman bird that births a shadow creature, and more blood, and that's the second book underway. Johnny Ryan doesn't seem to have even he [...]

    6. And a foul pudding it is. With every adolescent boy's fascination with male and female genitalia, body functions, and bodily fluids, Johnny Ryan cranks the ratchet up another notch on his follow-up to "Prison Pit, Book One." That's enough to earn it four stars. But the fact that "Prison Pit" has no socially redeeming qualities makes star number five the icing on the cake. . . Oddly enough, for a book so single-mindedly devoted to the grotesque, its humor is relatively genteel given the fact that [...]

    7. This series is very one-note at best and offensive at worst. I read three volumes while waiting for a friend in a library and wished I had picked up something else. Oh well, lesson learned. If a series doesn't grab you in the first volume, chances are it won't get better. Don't waste your time.

    8. I love the Prison Pit books. They remind me of the sick bizarre cartoons that my high school friends and I drew in our notebooks when we were supposed to be paying attention in class. But so much better.

    9. More of the same, and the description on here makes it sound a lot more involved then it actually is.

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