Glitterbomb: The Fame Game #1 Reviews

The Fame Game arrived in stores this week and reviewers are liking where we’ve taken Glitterbomb.
Check it out:

Adventures In Poor Taste: “Morissette-Phan does a great job capturing the characters’ emotions in the moment, and Zub’s dialogue cuts right to the heart of Kaydon’s emotional struggle: she wants to feel like she matters.”

Comic Buzz: 10/10 “I simply cannot praise this book enough. Zub, Morissette-Phan and Russel continue right where they left off to create a tense character driven story with a deep sense of foreboding horror underlying everything.”

Comics Blog (French): 8/10 “The Fame Game has just started targeting its victims, and we recommend you be there to watch the bodies stack up.”

Doomrocket: “[Djibril Morissette-Phan is] no longer a newcomer, but his etchings still impress.”

G4ME (Dutch): “Kaydon’s story is evolving and, with the unrestrained brutally of the last page, this is looking to be a promising sequel.”

Geek Out Book Club: “Definitely check it out. It gets our seal of approval.”

Horror Talk: 8/10 “Artist Djibril Morissette-Phan shows some brilliant art direction throughout the issue.”

Living Myth: “Some of us are fighting to tell stories outside the horror the Industry has become. Some of us even manage that within it. It’s a fight, though, and if you’re looking to see what that fight is all about this is the comic you should be reading.”

Multiversity: 7.7/10 “A great debut for an existing franchise that keeps both new and existing readers intrigued, with strong art and letters to drive home deeper philosophical questions of the cost of fame.”

Newsarama: 9/10 “there’s a transgressive slant to the narrative that’ll likely have you hoping the supernatural horror wins out over the real-world horror.”

Oregon Live: “by subtly changing the dynamics of the series while remaining true to its essence, Zub and Morissette-Phan may be creating their best work yet.”

Outright Geekery: 10/10 “This is a very interesting first issue of a new series. One that explores the current hype of the ever-present desire to be famous.”

The Pullbox: “It’s subtle, like a warm damp hand brushing the back of your neck, with sudden eruptions of vicious savagery that had me do a double take.”

Reading With a Flight Ring: “a great reminder of what happened and a good introduction for a new reader.”

Rogues Portal: “a compelling, unexpected blend of horror, coming-of-age, and Hollywood drama. With relatable characters and philosophical depth, this comic will appeal to a wide variety of readers. “

We The Nerdy: 9/10 “off to a great start, ready to tackle similar themes but from a completely new angle. I am so, so happy this book is back.”

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