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deviant slice 2
 
excellent writing
exceptional art
historical bonus 2
total score 8
Deviant Slice Funnies #2
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Only Printing / 1973 / 36 pages / The Print Mint
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REVIEW SCORE 9
The second issue of Deviant Slice (the authors removed the ironic "Funnies" from the title) is not quite as remarkable as the first, but it is no slacker. Greg Irons and Tom Veitch give us three gruesome tales, each unique from the other. "Gettin' Back From Nam" exposes us to the inner demons of a drug-crazed war veteran and the callous stupidity of his worthless, jingoist father. "Jumpin' Jack Flesh" is a relatively lighthearted story about two men competing to be the heaviest human on Earth. Just when they bring a smile to your face, GI/TV unleash "You Got a Point There, Pop!" which is a wickedly sharp anecdote from the war of the sexes guaranteed to make all men wince.
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HISTORICAL FOOTNOTES:

The Print Mint printed approximately 20,000 copies of this comic book. It has not been reprinted.
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COMIC CREATORS:
Greg Irons - 1-35 (art), 36 (ad)
Tom Veitch - 1-35 (script)