Part one features some reviews of Kazu Kibuishi's graphic novel, Daisy Kutter. I own a copy and read it the day I purchased it. The artwork was amazing and I really dug the story. The two, I feel, are in perfect sync. I hadn't gotten around to getting the individual issues of Daisy Kutter, but Kazu informed me that it was made for the graphic novel format and I agree. If you haven't had a chance to check out Daisy Kutter at all, just take a glimpse at some of the reviews to get an idea of what you're missing out on.
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Snap Judgments by Randy Lander-"Mix equal parts George Lucas, Miyazaki and Sergio Leone and you've got some idea what to expect from Daisy Kutter, the western/sci-fi adventure by Kazu Kibuishi. In structure, The Last Train is very much a pure western, complete with poker, a train heist, an outlaw struggling with her choice to live in or outside the law and a corrupt robber baron, but it has a sci-fi tweak in the form of a couple memorable robots and a quick-moving, animated style art look that helps to keep it light and fun."
Read the complete review here: http://www.thefourthrail.com/reviews/snapjudgments/020705/daisykuttertp.shtml
Line of Fire Reviews by Keith Dallas-"Although the 'gunslinger pulled out of retirement for one last job' plot is derivative, it nevertheless remains compelling IF engaging elements are thrown into the mix…, and Daisy Kutter does just that. Instead of being gruff, grizzled and squinty-eyed, the retired gunslinger in this story is a gruff, 'girl with the curl' (quite literally), carrying a shotgun whose length and power really qualify it as portable artillery."
Read the complete review here: http://www.silverbulletcomicbooks.com/reviews/110916889939283.htm
DAISY KUTTER: THE LAST TRAIN REVIEW by Andrea Speed-"This is a true genre bender, in the best sense of the word, and as such it’s difficult to describe it correctly. It did remind me of Cowboy Bebop, in that when you describe its separate elements, it sounds a bit tepid, and odd, but when you actually see it for yourself, you realize it’s more than the sum of its parts. Certainly I felt lukewarm about this series when I first heard about it, but it turned out to be one of the best [things] Viper has ever done."
Read the complete review here: http://www.comixtreme.com/forums/showthread.php?t=15796
Book Marx:Daisy Kutter:The Last Train by Tommy Marx-"I am seriously in love."
Read the complete review here: http://www.brokenfrontier.com/lowdown/details.php?id=151
Note:(just in case) The links won't open in a separate browser window so when clicking if you prefer a separate window right click, yes I got lazy lol
Here's a list of a few others
Stay tuned, Part 2 will (theoretically) feature some reviews for Dead@17.