FCBD 2022 Bunny Mask Tales #1

FCBD 2022 Bunny Mask Tales #1

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Two chilling, brand-new Bunny Mask tales! The Snitch has been defeated and a truce has been struck with the mysterious creature known as Bunny Mask, so a hopeful Tyler Severin returns to life as normal, only to learn he's still just a toy in the uncanny games she plays. Meanwhile, a criminally nosy neighbor deals with the consequences of seeing more than he'd thought possible, and far, far too much. Bunny Mask creators Paul Tobin, Andrea Mutti,and Taylor Esposito return along with accomplished newcomers to further the compelling legend of the strange force of nature fans love to fear. Exclusive Original Material Rating: Teen (or Teen+)
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Date Available: 04/13/2022
BONUS REVIEW by Kevin Healy


*THIS IS A MATURE TITLE*

Bunny Mask is a dark fable about an artist, making images, sculptures, scribblings of a bunny mask. The catch? She doesn't know how they're being created even though she is able to survive as a professional artist off of them. Enter Tyler. He's drawn to the images, drawn to the artist, and drawn to a cave where...dun Dun DUN...Bunny Mask is real, and really good at extracting the guilt out of people.

Extracting involves a good deal of violence and supernatural behaviors.

Bunny Mask is also drawn to Tyler, and would like to see him join her, in a fashion, on her quest for right over wrong.

There are two stories here. One takes place after the original series, one takes place DURING the original series. Both are written by Paul Tobin, series creator. After is drawn by Andrea Mutti, who's beautiful, dark, watercolor worlds can also be seen in the excellent Maniac Of New York books. During is drawn Roberta Ingranata. It's a bit jarring because her style is so different from Mutti's, but fits the outsider take on the story effectively.

There's also a tease of the next mini series that starts up next week! I'm sure that's a coincidence.

Head down this Tim Burton rabbit hole by way of Guillermo Del Toro's bloody best for satisfyingly confusing enjoyment.


I give it 10 out of 10 Grahams


FREE COMIC BOOK DAY
Two chilling, brand-new Bunny Mask tales! The Snitch has been defeated and a truce has been struck with the mysterious creature known as Bunny Mask, so a hopeful Tyler Severin returns to life as normal, only to learn he's still just a toy in the uncanny games she plays. Meanwhile, a criminally nosy neighbor deals with the consequences of seeing more than he'd thought possible, and far, far too much. Bunny Mask creators Paul Tobin, Andrea Mutti,and Taylor Esposito return along with accomplished newcomers to further the compelling legend of the strange force of nature fans love to fear. Exclusive Original Material Rating: Teen (or Teen+)
*** pick just 3 FREE COMICS on 5/7/222 - FREE COMIC BOOK DAY
Date Available: 04/13/2022
BONUS REVIEW by Kevin Healy


*THIS IS A MATURE TITLE*

Bunny Mask is a dark fable about an artist, making images, sculptures, scribblings of a bunny mask. The catch? She doesn't know how they're being created even though she is able to survive as a professional artist off of them. Enter Tyler. He's drawn to the images, drawn to the artist, and drawn to a cave where...dun Dun DUN...Bunny Mask is real, and really good at extracting the guilt out of people.

Extracting involves a good deal of violence and supernatural behaviors.

Bunny Mask is also drawn to Tyler, and would like to see him join her, in a fashion, on her quest for right over wrong.

There are two stories here. One takes place after the original series, one takes place DURING the original series. Both are written by Paul Tobin, series creator. After is drawn by Andrea Mutti, who's beautiful, dark, watercolor worlds can also be seen in the excellent Maniac Of New York books. During is drawn Roberta Ingranata. It's a bit jarring because her style is so different from Mutti's, but fits the outsider take on the story effectively.

There's also a tease of the next mini series that starts up next week! I'm sure that's a coincidence.

Head down this Tim Burton rabbit hole by way of Guillermo Del Toro's bloody best for satisfyingly confusing enjoyment.


I give it 10 out of 10 Grahams


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