Too Much Sex & Violence #3
Welcome back to the northern seaside town of Fathomsby: home to retired super-heroes, monster DJs, mutant prostitutes, pier-owning gangsters, disgruntled policemen and a woman who knows exactly what you’re thinking about, whenever you’re thinking about…S-E-X. In issue 3, monster DJ […]
Too Much Sex & Violence #3
Welcome back to the northern seaside town of Fathomsby: home to retired super-heroes, monster DJs, mutant prostitutes, pier-owning gangsters, disgruntled policemen and a woman who knows exactly what you’re thinking about, whenever you’re thinking about…S-E-X.
In issue 3, monster DJ Frank Epstein meets some young fans, Kathy checks in to Das Uberlick Hotel and DI Sam Kamara attends at four-armed, two-dicked autopsy.
Written by Rol Hirst, with art by Adrian Bamforth, Kelvin Green, Robs Wells, Stephen Prestwood, Nige Lowrey, Andrew Cheverton, Martin Eden and Chris Askham.
Here’s what they’re saying about TOO MUCH SEX & VIOLENCE…
“Far more entertaining than 98% of today’s TV. It should be a movie!” (Dave Taylor: artist, Batman, Judge Dredd.)
“If you are a fan of League of Gentlemen, then Too Much Sex & Violence is the comic for you. A gloriously depraved and quirky selection of vignettes all settled around the ‘not so quiet’ seaside town of Fathomsby. Rol Hirst writes and corrals the assorted artists together to make this one of the more interesting reads this year.”
(Gary Erskine: artist, Hellblazer, The Filth, Dan Dare.)
“…beautifully overdone stuff.” (Al Ewing: writer, 2000Ad, Secret Avengers.)
“A most enjoyable read… reminded me of Worthing, nicely weird and gripping.” (Glyn Dillon: artist, Deadline; Shade, The Changing Man)
“This may be a freakshow, but it’s a freakshow you can’t take your eyes off… one of those first issues of a series that you finish and immediately want to reread, just to make sure you got everything.” (Richard Bruton: writer, Forbidden Planet International.)
“Absolutely great story. Really weird, really funny and just an excellent read! You should definitely go and buy it. There’s nothing like this out there at all.” (Jane Habgood, reviewer, MOMBCast #115.)
“…a funny and refreshing new title… it gets our full support and recommendation.” (Ace Comics.)
“I quickly forgot I was reading a comic. I was simply reading something well written and expertly put together – there’s a lot of talent contained within these 28 pages.” (Martin Pond: writer, Dark Steps)
“Reminds me of Gary Spencer Millidge’s Strangehaven on a bad drug trip! If you like the dark humour of the League of Gentlemen then you’ll like this comic!” (Selina Lock: writer/editor, The Girly Comic.)
“…delectably macabre…” (Andy Oliver: writer/editor, Broken Frontier.)