Review – Proof Endangered #2


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Proof Endangered #2A comic staring Bigfoot and an agent named Elvis, that right there sums up Proof Endangered #2.  I have no idea how the hell to describe the series.  It’s crazy, over the top, and most importantly, fun.

The plot as far as I can tell involves the gathering of fictitious beings, but they exist in this world, but I missed the first issue.  But, really there’s giant worms, and again Bigfoot in clothes kicking ass.

I don’t even know how to describe the rest of the series.  It’s just fun, over the top, the X-Files on crack really.  The art is solid as well with some great character designs.

The series third issue has just come out, so it’s a perfect time to grab a few issues and check out a solid series you’re probably missing out on.

Plot: Writer Alex Grecian has a completely whacked plot, and I like it.  Bigfoot as some kind of agent?  Big giant worms?  There’s a lot here and like some other mash-up series, this one pulls it off quite well.  Rating: 8.5

Art: Artist Riley Rossmo has a great style and that’s backed up by colorist Frank Zigarelli.  The designs are top notch, and there’s some great action and spreads and use of panels.  Fantastic work that I want to see more of.  Rating: 8.25

Overall: The concept is over the top, the action is fun and the art is solid.  This issue is solid and enough so I want to see what’s next and check out the issue I missed.  Fantastic work.  Overall rating: 8.5

Recommendation: Buy

Page count: 24 pages    Price: $3.99     Release: Out Now

Image Comics provided Graphic Policy with an advance copy of this issue for FREE for review.