It appears that the Japanese games are as crazy as The Simpsons would have us believe, as anyone who’s seen their most amusing Human Tetris show can attest. Now, in a similar vein, here’s Muscle March on the Wii. Try and make sense of the madness below.
It’s been a while since I’ve done a review for Broken Frontier as I’ve been rather busy these last few months with my magazine…adventures, but Mesmo Delivery from Dark Horse was too tantalising to ignore. Rafael Grampa’s OGN is definitely worth a look, if you like mad visuals and blunt but creative Tarantinoesque storytelling. Here’s an excerpt of my review:
This crazy original graphic novel has been widely praised, and deservedly so. Originally self published and distributed by AdHouse Books, this new edition from Dark Horse is complemented with a new cover, a Brian Azzarello foreword, and a juicy sketchbook section. Brazilian creator Rafael Grampa’s work of sequential art is a manic display of what is possible in this medium. It’s a dizzying joy to behold, and is filled with so many non-American approaches to presenting a story in comics form that it screams its newness after only the first few pages.
Read the rest of the review here.