Figment #1 Reviews!


The new Disney/Marvel FIGMENT comic mini-series launched on Wednesday and I’ve been happily bombarded with kind words and photos from readers near and far. Let’s see what reviewers thought…

Comicosity: 8/10 “Zub and Andrade are going to take us on a magical adventure and I’ll happily be along for the ride.”

GAMbit Magazine: 9/10 “Not only does it serve as a really strong number 1 issue, but it sets up what looks to be a fantastic adventure through one’s own wild and unfettered imagination.”

Multiversity: 9/10 “Figment #1 turns an obscure Disney property into an all ages comic masterpiece.”

Comic Vine: 4/5 “…a delightful romp through the world of imagination that will please audiences both young and old.”

Laughing Place: ” This is writer Jim Zub’s first Marvel work, but I hope it’s not his last. He gracefully creates emotion while somehow easily explaining ideas that may not be straightforward.”

Inside the Magic: “It’s clearly just the beginning of the adventure, a definite page-turner that ends leaving readers immediately wanting more.” “A read through the comic and you’ll agree it’s just asking for a film adaptation.”

Newsarama: 9/10 “While Zub certainly creates an interesting backstory for this licensed property, his greatest success lies in his and Andrade’s ability to tell a story that does not depend on the dialogue to understand what’s going on.”

Comic Book Therapy: 4/5 “Charming and beautifully illustrated, Figment #1 is a lot of fun even if you haven’t been on the ride.”

Dole Whip Daily: “I highly recommend this series to everyone who loves Disney and comics.”

Talking Comics: “Zub, Andrade, and Beaulieu perfectly capture what was at the heart of the original Disney attraction, but have created something entirely new.”

Pop Culture Network: 4/5 “When all is said and done, I found myself pleasantly surprised with how well the comic had pulled me into the narrative and made me long for the next instalment of the series.”

First Impressions: 9.5/10 “Definitely my favorite book this week.”

Pop Culture Maven: “Zub is crafting a really wonderful origin tale but is not falling in the trap of a first issue so-so story.”

Between Disney: “…a well-written, beautifully illustrated tale that I felt achieved exactly what it wanted, part one of a heroic adventure of discovery.”

Media Mikes: 5/5 “it is not only a great read but it is beautifully drawn with a great style that allows Disney to show a new side to these characters.”

Disney Nerds: 5/5 “The creative team of Zub and Andrade have done a wonderful job of adapting this Disney legend!”

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