Published on September 1st, 2014 | by Richard Boom
Review: Sally Of The Wasteland #2
When Sally and her crew last crashed on the shores of the bayous of post-apocalyptic Louisiana, courtesy of giant killer crawgators we could see it did not faze her one bit. She was still in her element as the psycho-fun, shotgun-wielding, bat-swinging and compulsively-in-love babe, without remorse or set course.
Sally is set on a path by disasters, survival’s insights, her ignorant beau, jealousy, hunger and more external factors like the pirates in this issue.
Sally is for sure the Cajun Queen of Carnage as she goes about her business without any regard to others, so it seems. On the contrary though, she does care. In her odd psychotic way, that is. Thank the gods (left for this Armageddon-kind of world) for the folks she just happens to meet, who will somehow make sure Sally lives to see another day and for her dumb beau Tommy to get gross with soon.
The introduction in this issue of the Amazonian warriors as well as the overzealous Pirates are just what this issue needs! Gischler makes sure every page, panel and dialogue is over the top, fun and filled with odd one-liners and enough graphic gratification to keep you on the edge of the seat, stunningly supported by the visuals of Tazio Bettin.
Short: get this issue, get the prior issue, get the E-book and get the TPB, and share this with everyone you know!
Sally Of The Wasteland #2
Writer: Victor Gischler
Artists: Tazio Bettin
Number of Issues: 2 of 5
Page Count: 32pp
Full Color, B&W, or partial color: FC
Cover Dimensions: 6.625 x 10.25
Retail Price: $3.99
On Sale Date: September 3, 2014