Awesome, I can’t think of a single word that more appropriately describes issue number 3 of Raygun Gothic. G.B. Chomichuck is creating something here which deserves attention. This is not your typical, run of the mill, Indy comic. The progression into issue 3 is as dynamically written and action packed as its predecessors, and that’s saying something, because the first two parts of this story were written like a hardcore sci-fi novel.
As of this moment Raygun Gothic is on my short list of must read comics. I would love to see this series turned into a short animated film, or a long animated film for that matter. Chomichuck’s sweeping cinematic style seemingly begs for some sort of movie adaptation.
Making this whole deal more bizarre, Raygun Gothic is a self published digital book, and it’s free to read, gratis, no cash required.
This installment answers as many questions as it asks, and as we delve deeper in to this world the mixture of magic and technology becomes more evident. Technology clearly consumes the lions share. Magic is an art, and thus not as accessible. Magic feels distinctly organic which somehow makes it more powerful in this place driven by puppeteer robots.
The book moves at a lighting pace. There’s no stopping to breathe here. You start reading and suddenly find yourself on the last page. This is a book that deserves to be recommended. Read it, it’s free, read it, and send the link to your friends.
Here’s the link: Raygun Gothic
Written and Illustrated by G.B. Chomichuck