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    Mild-Mannered Reporter
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    Jul 2007

    Default 5-STAR REVIEW: "Aesop's Ark" #1

    Doug Zawisza gives "Aesop's Ark" #1 by J. Torres and Jennifer L. Meyer 5 stars, saying the inaugural Monkeybrain Comics digital issue "has limitless potential for entertainment and enlightenment."

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    Rocket surgeon Sunbird's Avatar
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    Jun 2008


    I might have to check this out. I liked one of the other Monkeybrain issues that came out, and am thinking of going more Indie at the moment.
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    Not comics, it's Vertigo. noh-varr's Avatar
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    Aug 2004


    After reading four of the five Monkeybrain books, I'd say this was my favorite with Edison Rex coming in at second. Aesop's Ark was a good, sweet story with gorgeous art that has an amazing page midway through the story that I did not expect in the slightest and should not be spoiled. Oh and of course it cost less than a dollar! So worth it.
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    Senior Member chastmastr's Avatar
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    Oct 2007


    The preview made me really interested but I hope they print it soon...

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    Senior Member Calvin Government's Avatar
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    Oct 2008
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    The art was absolutely lovely and the story was sweet and simple. I think this was the most satisfying single-issue read of the Monkeybrain launch, but I'd be lying if I said I was more excited for the second issue of this compared to Bandette, October Girl and Edison Rex.

    Still, Monkeybrain, what a fantastic launch lineup.
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