Comic Review: Bigfoot Bill: Shadow of the Mothman

Published: March, 2019
Written by: Doug TenNapel
Art by: Doug TenNapel, Kelsey Shannon, Katherine Garner

Doug TenNapel, 96 Pages

Review:

I’ve got to say, this was the most fun I’ve had reading a comic book this year. Doug TenNapel did a stupendous job in creating this graphic novel and I have to say that this was the best end result out of anything I have ever helped crowd fund.

I have absolutely no buyer’s remorse in supporting this and I actually have some disappointment in not picking up the sketchbook TenNapel did, as well as an extra copy. The finished product was presented beautifully and in fact, when I opened the package, I was completely stunned, smiling ear to ear. And because of that, this didn’t get added to my read pile, instead I immediately sat down and read this cover to cover.

The book was energetic, hilarious and I loved the title character immediately. This is something that doesn’t happen in 2019 but TenNapel crafted a fun world with depth, character and a real spirit.

I’ve always enjoyed cryptozoology being that I have grown up around the Everglades. While I don’t believe in the local legends like the Skunk Ape, I have always been fascinated by the idea of them. TenNapel did a fantastic job at creating a lovable Bigfoot character, as well as other cryptids with rich and unique personalities.

The story serves to set up a larger world that we will hopefully be able to see these characters live in for years to come.

The art was superb and I really loved the colors, which were provided by Kelsey Shannon and Katherine Garner.

Everything about this book is perfect.

In the end, I’m just glad to say that Bigfoot Bill was right up my alley and I loved every panel of it. I’m incredibly enthused about what could come next from Doug TenNapel.

Rating: 10/10
Pairs well with: other Doug TenNapel graphic novels and I’m sure, his future Bigfoot Bill releases.

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