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Footprints #2020

Footprints By Joey Esposito Jonathan Moore Footprints Bigfoot and his gang of cryptozoological deviants enter a crime noir world full of mystery horror monsters and conspiracy When Foot s estranged brother Yeti is murdered in the Arctic Foot reunites
  • Title: Footprints
  • Author: Joey Esposito Jonathan Moore
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 324
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Footprints By Joey Esposito Jonathan Moore Bigfoot and his gang of cryptozoological deviants enter a crime noir world full of mystery, horror, monsters and conspiracy When Foot s estranged brother Yeti is murdered in the Arctic, Foot reunites his old team of Jersey Devil, Nessy, and Megaldon for one last case that spans back to their very long history together.
    Footprints By Joey Esposito Jonathan Moore
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    About "Joey Esposito Jonathan Moore"

    1. Joey Esposito Jonathan Moore

      Joey Esposito is a writer and hoarder of things from New England, living in Los Angeles with his wife Amanda and their cat Reebo He thinks Cheers is the greatest television show ever made.He writes comics like FOOTPRINTS, CAPTAIN ULTIMATE, and PAWN SHOP and his work has appeared at Image Comics, Archie Comics, Valiant Comics, and .He can be found on Twitter at JoeyEsposito Represented by Dara Hyde at Hill Nadell Agency For any rights inquiries, please contact Hill Nadell.

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    1. If you ever wanted to find out what it would be like if Alan Moore wrote Hellboy in the same general style he did WatchmenFootprints follows Bigfoot in much the way the early issues of Fables followed the Big Bad Wolf You don t know why Bigfoot became a private investigator except that the story felt like putting him in that role And then he has to solve the mystery of what s been happening to the cryptoid community Tries to make bold statements about the 20th century Fails Current Batman writer [...]


    2. There are some likable things here the completely surreal premise of the series, the character of the Jersey Devil, and there is a pretty solid plot Unfortunately, it s not all that engrossing took me a week or so just to read the hundred or so pages And the grayscale art is occasionally fantastic, but occasionally a muddy mess Overall fair.





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