Axe Cop President of the World 2 Review – Comic book

Axe Cop President of the World 2 Review. Ethan Nicolle, Malachai Nicolle, Dark Horse Comics. Axe Cop President of the World 2 Review Short Version: Axe Cop President of the World 2 from Malachai and Ethan Nicolle along with Dark Horse Comics continues our tale of Axe Cop and his band of good guys (the only good guys in the world now) standing against all of the bad guys in the world. Axe Cop President of the World 2 is filled with all of the nonsequiters and hilarious turns that you expect from Axe Cop. There are giant robots that turn into a monster truck and a half cheetah-half T-Rex, just to name two of the many things that make Axe Cop President of the World 2 so good. 

Axe Cop President of the World 2 Writer: Malachai Nicolle

Axe Cop President of the World 2 Artist: Ethan Nicolle 

Axe Cop President of the World 2 is the pure, distilled madness that you expect from Axe Cop if you have ever read the Web comic or the previous print version. I mean, I’m going to go into some spoilers here, but Axe Cop President of the World 2 contains a giant robot Axe Cop as well as a huge surprise that comes out of the Space Needle. Things do not go well for for the city of Seattle here, folks. I could go on, but discovering all of the amazing and imaginative things in an issue of Axe Cop is the biggest part of the joy, so I’ll leave it at that. Needless to say, if you enjoy absurdity then Axe Cop President of the World 2 is probably the book for you. It’s a fun read and has a death that will haunt the Axe Cop universe for at least one more issue of this mini-series.

Have you ever read Axe Cop? Have you checked out Axe Cop President of the World 2? Talk about it in the comments! If you’re done with the Axe Cop President of the World 2 review, why don’t you check out the Related Posts below, the Recent Posts in the sidebar, or go to a random page on Futile Position!

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30. August 2012 by Michael
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