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John Layman and Rob Guillory – Major League Chew (Volume Five) | Review

Title: Major League Chew (Volume Five)

Author: John Layman and Rob Guillory

Type: Fiction

Page Count/Review Word Count: 163

Rating: 9/10


Major League Chew (Volume Five)

Major League Chew (Volume Five)


It’s always a pleasure to read and review the Chew series, because it really is fantastic – it’s a superb series of comics, which have been gathered together into compendiums that turn it into more of a graphic novel, which follows cibopathic detective Tony Chu, who can receive psychic visions if he bites into things.

And so, as usual, Chu bites into all manner of foul foods, this time to escape from a kidnap situation in which his captor wants to try feeding Tony all types of different foodstuffs to see what he can see. Oh, and his daughter Olive, who has the same ability as him, has also been kidnapped – I think you can see where this is going. Do yourself a favour – read this.


John Layman and Rob Guillory

John Layman and Rob Guillory


Click here to buy Major League Chew (Volume Five). 


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