Review: Bigfoot, Sword of the Earthman #6 - Comics for Sinners


Published on December 15th, 2014 | by Richard Boom

Review: Bigfoot, Sword of the Earthman #6

Bf6_CoverThis is not going to be the story of how Bigfoot became a myth on Earth. It will eventually “be the story of how Bigfoot became a legend of the stars” once the six-issue series has been completed.

Bigfoot – Sword of the Earth-man is a series which revolves around a hairy Earth-man´s quest for freedom and his fight against slavery, as he and many others are being held captive on a barbarian and all/together alien planet.

Bigfoot has formed an alliance with a little alien fellow called Castor, or rather the scribe Castor keeps following Bigfoot as he does what he does, without explanation but with massive decisive power and abundance of mayhem…

In this #6 Bigfoot is all over the place as this really is one big fight-fest. Bigfoot is the  underdog who comes out from under the rubble, and yet again he just walks away. His business is his own, his ways are his own, his reasoning is his own.

Perhaps the writer would like to lift a little of the veil by now?

Where I congratulated the ART team with #5 I can only say that for #7 it needs to be less sketchy and more paneled then in this issue, please!

All in all the issue was very good and the dynamic fight was really huge and told very well. I am really getting to care for him actually and would like to get to know him better!


  • Words: Josh S. Henaman
  • Art: Andy Taylor
  • Colors: Thomas Bonvillain

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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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