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Review: Kaiju Score #4

The heist is off the rails but will it be pulled off while two kaiju fight to the death? Kaiju Score #4 wraps up the entertaining twist of a crime comic.

Story: James Patrick
Art: Rem Broo
Letterer: Dave Sharpe

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Exclusive Preview: The Kaiju Score #4

THE KAIJU SCORE #4

Writer: James Patrick 
Artist and Colorist: Rem Broo 
Letterer: Dave Sharpe 
Main Cover: Rem Broo
$4.99 / 32 pages / Color / On Sale 02.24.21

MORE STORY! MORE ART! MORE KAIJU! 

The good news is that the crew for the Kaiju Score is very close to pulling off a heist that will set them up for the rest of their lives. The bad news is that two kaiju are tearing the city apart as they try to finish the job. It’s all on the line now: tens of millions in art, their very lives, and even their souls. It’s going to end one way or another, and not everyone is going to make it out alive.  

The final chapter in the first story arc of this exciting franchise being developed as a film by Sony Pictures!

THE KAIJU SCORE #4

Review: Kaiju Score #3

Take your typical story about an elaborate robbery but add in the obstacle of a Kaiju attack. That’s the concept of Kaiju Score, a series whose buzz is well justified.

Story: James Patrick
Art: Rem Broo
Letterer: Dave Sharpe

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Review: Kaiju Score #2

Kaiju Score #2

Kaiju Score takes the typical heist story and gives it a twist with kaiju being the real obstacle to success. Kaiju Score #1 did a solid job of setting up the crime, the characters, and the stakes. Kaiju Score #2 twists things a bit by throwing in obstacles many of which are unexpected and all add to the over-the-top nature of the concept.

Written by James Patrick, the second goes as expected but does so in unexpected ways. There’s some solid work done in the storytelling aspect that adds details that makes things a bit more “believable”. Our team of thieves has to prepare for their score and wait for the perfect time to do their thing. By adding the fact that they had to wait and there were false starts makes things a bit easier to accept and swallow as a concept. That sort of detail grounds the story in some ways.

Patrick has foreshadowed the series pretty clearly. This is a heist that’s going to go off the rails and we as readers are supposed to just enjoy the disaster of a ride. Each character has a fault and each can bring it all to an end. The question is, which one will be the cause of things going wrong and how? It’s all not an if but a when.

Kaiju Score #2 delivers some of that as things quickly begin to go wrong and it’s far more than just one thing. Patrick takes our expectations and the obvious and twists it a bunch delivering obstacles we didn’t expect. There’s a bit of a feint to it all and it works really well.

Everything looks slick and cool due to the art of Rem Broo who’s joined by Dave Sharpe. The art style is distinct and unique. It gives Kaiju Score #2 an interesting look that plays off the pulp heist aspect of it all. The characters look good, the action is solid, and even the team waiting around is interesting. There’s small details that add to the experience and punctuate the laughs. I’m note sure the series would work as well with a different art style, this is one that just works and works really well with the tone of it all.

Kaiju Score #2 takes us in an expected direction but does it in a way that’s not expected at all. We know things are going to go wrong. The issue delivers that relatively quickly and then piles onto it all and does so in a direction that’s not what was set up. It’s a fun second issue that keeps the reader on their toes awaiting the next trap to go off and up the difficulty level of the heist.

Story: James Patrick Art: Rem Broo Letterer: Dave Sharpe
Story: 8.1 Art: 8.1 Overall: 8.1 Recommendation: Buy

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Review: Kaiju Score #1

Take your typical story about an elaborate robbery but add in the obstacle of a Kaiju attack. That’s the concept of Kaiju Score, a new series whose buzz is well justified.

Story: James Patrick
Art: Rem Broo
Letterer: Dave Sharpe

Get your copy now! To find a comic shop near you, visit http://www.comicshoplocator.com or call 1-888-comicbook or digitally and online with the links below.

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Exclusive Preview: The Kaiju Score #1

THE KAIJU SCORE #1

Writer: James Patrick 
Artist and Colorist: Rem Broo 
Letterer: Dave Sharpe 
Cover: Rem Broo 
Incentive Cover: Mark Nelson
$4.99 / 32 pages / Color / On Sale November 25th

It’s the most dangerous heist ever attempted. Four desperate criminals are going all in on a once-in-a-lifetime chance to steal millions in art and turn their miserable lives around. The catch? They have to pull it off under the nose of a one thousand-ton Kaiju. And a giant monster might just be the least of their problems.  

Brought to you by James Patrick (Grimm Fairy Tales, Death Comes to Dillinger, The Monsters of Jimmy Crumb) and Rem Broo (The End Times of Bram and Ben, Terminal Protocol), THE KAIJU SCORE is what happens when a Quentin Tarantino film takes place smack in the middle of a Godzilla movie.

THE KAIJU SCORE#1

Sony Nabs The Kaiju Score from James Patrick, Rem Broo, Dave Sharpe, and AfterShock

AfterShock has announced that Sony has cut a deal to bring The Kaiju Score to the big screen. Being published by AfterShock, the comic is by writer James Patrick, artist and colorist Rem Broo, and letterer Dave Sharpe. The comic releases in November and is described as:

It’s the most dangerous heist ever attempted. Four desperate criminals are going all in on a once-in-a-lifetime chance to steal millions in art and turn their miserable lives around. The catch? They have to pull it off under the nose of a one thousand-ton kaiju. And a giant monster might just be the least of their problems.

Escape Artists’ Todd Black, Jason Blumenthal, and Steve Tisch will produce, along with Tony Shaw who brought the property into Sony. AfterShock Comics’ Lee Kramer and Jon Kramer will also produce.

Jiao Chen is overseeing the project for Sony Pictures. Sony Pictures’ Drew Reed and Jake Bauman were instrumental in the deal, as was Rive Gauche Television with Steve Burkow of Ziffren, Brittenham, who negotiated on behalf of AfterShock.

The Kaiju Score

How Do You Steal from a Kaiju? Found Out in The Kaiju Score!

It’s the most dangerous heist ever attempted. Four desperate criminals are going all in on a once-in-a-lifetime chance to steal millions in art and turn their miserable lives around. The catch? They have to pull it off under the nose of a one thousand-ton kaiju. And a giant monster might just be the least of their problems.

AfterShock has announced The Kaiju Score, a new comic series coming to stores this November.

The Kaiju Score is by writer James Patrick, artist and colorist Rem Broo, letterer Dave Sharpe, and featuring a cover by Broo. The Kaiju Score is out on November 25, 2020.

The Kaiju Score

Preview: The End Times of Bram & Ben #4 (of 4)

The End Times of Bram & Ben #4 (of 4)

Story by: James Asmus & Jim Festante
Art By: Rem Broo
Cover By: Ben Templesmith
Price: $2.99

MINISERIES CONCLUSION
After last issue’s shocking ending — Ben is left alone to face the Antichrists! Did we mean for that to be plural? Will Ben die before having sex with Laura, the Gym teacher? Why does God let bad things happen to good people??? FIND OUT IN THIS FINAL ISSUE!

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Preview – The End Times of Bram & Ben #3 (of 4)

The End Times of Bram & Ben #3 (of 4)

Story by: James Asmus & Jim Festante
Art By: Rem Broo
Cover By: Juan Doe
Price: $2.99

Bram grows his cult following by throwing Burning Bram – a 66.6 hour festival of Rock, Revelry, & Revelations!  But when Ben chooses to side with Heaven, all Hell breaks loose!  Plus: the reveal of the true Antichrist, someone gets roofied, and a shock ending you’d least expect!

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