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ALLOCHTHONOUS POP! #1
By James Andre & Luke Picket, $5.00 Australian

By Gary Hornberger
Tuesday, September 11 2012


What can I do to get my hands on the ongoing story here? My second Australian gift is wonderful in a horrific way. At first glance, this comic makes no sense. In looking up this word “allochthonous,” it pertains to minerals not formed in the region where found. It starts with a guy standing in a heap of bones with cleaver and chainsaw in hand. It really doesn’t come together until the last few panels, which are devilishly drawn in a Nickelodeon cartoon way. The main character wakes up, dresses in what seems to be a koala bear suit, and rides off to entertain at the old folks home. After a dance-off, he fudges the collection records of the recently deceased. He then leaves by a back window and throws his suit out the window. When he gets home, we find out that our guy is really an alien beast that dines on the recently dead. Pretty cool for those of us who are living! At the end, however, we find that someone has left a baby in a basket for our strange alien. He takes it in and the story stops. How do I get the comic to find out what happens with the baby? Great comic with absolutely no words. A nightmare for kids, but a fun ride for adults. (Milk Shadow Books, lukepickett.com.au, milkshadowbooks.com)






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