In a seemingly random manner, this issue of "Chew" hops forward, Not so astute readers, well, maybe you should just pick up the darn book. Comics Pros Call For Marvel/DC Crossover to Save the Industry After Shutdown. Chew is an American comic book series about a U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) agent, Tony Chu, who solves crimes by receiving psychic. Chew Issue # 1 (Image Comics) 1st appearance of Tony Chu. CBR App on Android CBR App on iOS · forums · apps Chew. () Image Comics.
Chew helped usher in the Image Comics revolution that led to the indie comic book publisher shifting away from variations on the superhero and horror genres into bolder, more daring stories that led to an artistic renaissance of content, creators and acclaim.
Created by John Layman and Rob Guillory inChew takes place in a world recovering from a deadly avian flu.
Chew #1 – 60 + TPB Vol. 1 – 12 + Extras (2009-2017)
The illness originated in chickens and resulted in millions of deaths around the globe. As a result, the F. As food-related crimes grow worldwide, Philadelphia police officer Tony Chu is recruited by the F.
Issue 27 was intentionally published out of order following issue 18, providing readers with a glimpse of the story a year into its own future before returning to business as usual the following month.
Layman and Guillory would fake-out readers with plot twists and false starts before doubling-down on their own self-aware tricks, playing with readers' expectations and emotional investment as much as they did Tony's, sometimes to truly heartbreaking effect. Chew was always clearly a labor of love and uncompromising vision from Layman and Guillory as only the two could imagine it.
While Layman and Guillory have since moved on to new titles through Image -- Layman is the co-creator and writer of the Skybound Entertainment sci-fi series Outer Darkness and Guillory is the creator of the horror-tinged Farmhand -- the two have reunited for the crossover miniseries, with the sequences set in Outer Darkness illustrated by series co-creator and artist Afu Chan.
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