Review And Trailer: Sally Of The Wasteland #1 - Comics for Sinners

Published on July 18th, 2014 | by Richard Boom

Review And Trailer: Sally Of The Wasteland #1

SallyOfTheWasteland_CovThe Fall has happened and on the rotten remnants of society Sally is ready to save the life of her beau, who is not even hers yet! Guys that cannot take a hint are not even obsolete after Armageddon, so it seems.

Sally helps out at a bar with Bertha, her loyal 12-gauge sidekick and when a Kat drops on the stoop, Sally and her mates want to help Kitty-Kat for promises of a power source capable of putting civilization back on the map.

But Sally does not care about anything else but Tommy, so do not expect a heroic strong female lead just yet, dear readers! Perhaps the combination of Kat and Sally will mark for more fun then we can predict so far, though, because fun is to be had! The oneliners are abundant and the crazy just got freaky, as writer Victor Grishler shows that Armageddon can be a fun place after all, even if that might show New Orleans as the centre of all good and evil in this new world!

I for one am turned into a fan, as I immediately fell in love with both courageous Kat as well as shallow but great Sally, who takes comedy relief up a notch when swinging around her Bertha.

Aiding Grishler in this apocalyptic adventure is artist Tazzio Bettin, who sets out to make Grishler’s tale even more juicy, with delicious curves on every page and inexplicable mayhem at every turn. Bettin knows how to show action as well as suspense, booty as well as gore. Titan has launched a winner with this tale, that is for sure.

SALLY OF THE WASTELAND #1 hits stores on July 30, 2014.
Retailers can order from the April edition of PREVIEWS – order code: APR141391

Writer: Victor Grishler
Artist: Tazzio Bettin

32pp / FC / 1 of 4 / $3.99
On-sale July 30

(review duplicated from here)

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Richard is the driving force behind Comics for Sinners. His love and admiration for female comic book characters is virtually unparalleled, which immediately explains his biggest 'sin': his Hot Mummy fetish. This sketchbook theme is philogynistic in nature and even the source of his WIP comic book series "The Sisterhood".

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