Thursday, May 17, 2007

Street Pizza, An Anti-Nuke Fable, Andy P.


Street Pizza, An Anti-Nuke Fable, Andy P., Under Core Comix. Magazine size, color on covers, black and white interiors. 2o pages. $5.00. Uh, well, what can I say but "lots of potential here". Well, actually I'm not sure. The story of a pizza store owner and his delivery guy after a nuclear war. This is a very bleak comic to be sure. The people in charge of the country are clueless, the pizza guy and his sidekick are clueless.....lots of cussing and non PC comments here and there....I could only make it through about the first 1/4 of the book and that was painful. If this is a first effort with a young creator as it appears to be then give publishing a break and work on your story writing and take some art lessons. There, that's constructive criticism, right? (But I just checked his MySpace link and he is 25 years old. Well, it's never too late to take art lessons and writing classes.....) (Zero stars)
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http://www.myspace.com/streetpizzacomix

4 comments:

Andy P. said...
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Andy P. said...

Dear Sir,

Although I respect your opinion of my comic, I found your personal ridicule of me ignorant and a bit rude. This comic wasn't made for everyone, and it obviously wasn't meant for you, but to mock my aesthetic with an obnoxious overtone such as yours was unnecessary, especially for a man your age. You’re 50 years old for Christ sake . . . . show a little class.

I took a look at your website, and although I recognize your talent, your artistic intentions are nothing I ever want or need to be. You are an anachronism . . . a dinosaur with a website. There is a movement brewing in the underground; one not based on slickness and mainstream intentions, but on experimentation and free-thought ideas. This movement is taking place amongst a group of kids who have been abandoned by normalcy and politically correct ideals. This is the group that people like myself are writing and drawing for, not conservative minded adults who are set in the ways of how things should be.

Next time you review something you don’t like, say so, but refrain from personal attacks disguised under the notion of “constructive criticism”. Also, put your head into the audience of who might be reading these books, and realize just what an eye-opening experience it can be.


Yours truly,

Andy P.

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