Bonehead, Vol. 1
In a near future, a sprawling megalopolis sees the rise of "Boneheads" parkour-gangs that use neuro-linked helmets to augment their abilities and live for the thrill of physical risk. As a gang war threatens to tear the city apart, a mysterious Bonehead rises, a man with no past that might be the key to saving the city's future. From writer Bryan Hill ( POSTAL ) and artist Rhoald Marcellius ( Marvel's CONTEST OF CHAMPIONS ) comes a story about technological and human revolution.Collects Issues #1-4

Bonehead, Vol. 1 Details

TitleBonehead, Vol. 1
Author
ReleaseOct 23rd, 2018
PublisherImage Comics
ISBN-139781534306646
Rating
GenreSequential Art, Comics

Bonehead, Vol. 1 Review

  • Theediscerning
    January 1, 1970
    A sci-fi-tinged actioner that is so kinetic and quick to read you can easily lose track of who is whom. One guy has adapted someone to be Bonehead 56, although some gangster Boneheads think he's the resurrection of Blackdeath – but that's not true, as our guy's brother, now a cop, was Blackdeath. Still with me? Anyway, everyone – Blackdeath, 56, good gang leaders, bad gang leaders, and our man with the help of drone footage and cyberlinks, will all indulge in a Bonehead battle on the streets ove A sci-fi-tinged actioner that is so kinetic and quick to read you can easily lose track of who is whom. One guy has adapted someone to be Bonehead 56, although some gangster Boneheads think he's the resurrection of Blackdeath – but that's not true, as our guy's brother, now a cop, was Blackdeath. Still with me? Anyway, everyone – Blackdeath, 56, good gang leaders, bad gang leaders, and our man with the help of drone footage and cyberlinks, will all indulge in a Bonehead battle on the streets over a new killer drug. It's alright – like I say it certainly moves fast, but it all boils down to just a few guys with weird full-face hockey masks duffing each other up. If you like that kind of thing it's probably great – I didn't mind it, but can't say I'd rush to buy future volumes.
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  • Sabi
    January 1, 1970
    I can give this 5 stars just on the strength of the character design (holy crap Pumpkinjuice looks awesome) and action sequences. The story I enjoyed as well, the world wasn't as dense and hard to understand as other similar comics.
  • Wilde Sky
    January 1, 1970
    Good and bad do battle over a deadly designer drug.The plot / character / art were all reasonable, but a prologue / bit of upfront explanation would have been useful.
  • Graham Bradley
    January 1, 1970
    Not the strongest/most complete story, but EXCELLENT artwork and gorgeous character design. Tons of imagination, I will keep reading this series.
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