Tyranny of the Muse – Part 3 – by Eddie Wright & Dave Chisholm

Frank Fisher is nothing. He wants to be something. When a mysterious, chain-smoking “muse” named Bonnie offers assistance by injecting seeds of inspiration directly into his brain through a festering wound, his world is changed forever.

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3 Comments

  1. s wrote:

    I miss the grungier illustrations of the first 2 comics, they had more character! The story is still great though! Keep em coming but bring back the old style please, I loved that style!

  2. Brittany wrote:

    Theres such a different feel from the illustration in this one and J. Balmers in the first two. It’s still great but it seems like two different characters. Like when they replaced Aunt Viv on the Fresh Prince of Bel Air…Still a funny show, but totally liked the first aunt Viv. (Sorry for the shit analogy). The grit and looseness of the first two seemed to work better with the emotional instability of Franky. But either way, still compelling! Nice work. Sort of reminds me of Bodyworld by D. Shaw

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