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10-23-2009 @ 6:27PM
"Awesome" and the World of Warcraft Comic in the same sentence is an oxymoron. Ugly as sin artwork, terrible writing (which tries to remind of you of stuff that you already knew right in the middle of the story like they think readers are suffering from the worst kind of ADD imaginable), emphasis on completely random words (I can't BELIEVE that I DIDN'T remember to TELL Med'an that HE'S my GRANDSON. I'll SWOOP by a GROCERY STORE later to MAKE up for it), and some of the most random fight scenes I've ever seen, usually just for the sake of having one. It's every negative comic book stereotype made true, on top of focusing almost exclusively on the Alliance. Do yourself a favor and just go read a synopsis on the internet. You'll be glad you didn't waste the money.
10-23-2009 @ 6:56PM
Reading Raze's review in the Simpson's Comic Book Guy voice makes him a lot more funny and a lot less obnoxious.
10-23-2009 @ 9:53PM
I must ADMIT, I lol'd AT the "emphasis on completely random words."
10-23-2009 @ 10:59PM
Worst. Comic. EVER.
10-24-2009 @ 7:24PM
" (I can't BELIEVE that I DIDN'T remember to TELL Med'an that HE'S my GRANDSON. I'll SWOOP by a GROCERY STORE later to MAKE up for it) "Thanks, I LOL'ed at work. The customer I helped right afterward must have thought I was really friendly, from the way I was grinning. ;)
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