This issue promises nothing will be the same in Chew again. I think it means we’ve know got the situation established–the government covered up a hundred million people dying as a bird flu thing. But Tony’s partner, the fat guy, knows it’s not true. So he’s going to do whatever he can to find out what’s going on. And Tony’s going….
From what I’ve read so far, Layman’s going to introduce aliens into the conspiracy at some point, since aliens have already put in an appearance.
I haven’t decided if I’m trying the next issue–where nothing will be the same again–just because if Layman actually writes mysteries to be solved with the peculiar investigative technique of tasting the victim’s flesh, it might be interesting.
I’m guessing it won’t be interesting, however. I’m guessing it will be lame and get lamer.
At least I discovered Guillory.
Taster’s Choice, 5 of 5; writer and letterer, John Layman; artist and colorist, Rob Guillory; publisher, Image Comics.