Seaguy: The Slaves of Mickey Eye #1 Review - Comic Book Revolution
As our followers know, one way to get the Revolution’s attention is to have Grant Morrison’s name on a comic book. Seaguy is lesser known than many of the books he has written. When you team up Morrison with Cameron Stewart, you are in for a treat. In an interview Morrison said to think of this series as Seaguy in his teenage years. If it is anything like the first Seaguy series, this should be a surrealistic treat. Creative Team Writer: Grant Morrison Artist: Cameron Stewart Story Rating: 9 Night Girls out of 10 Art Rating: 8 Night Girls out of 10 Overall Rating: 8.5 Night Girls out of 10 The story begins with Seaguy talking to his friend Lucky El Lorro the parrot. Seaguy is upset that they went on vacation and forgot their pet fish. It is now a skeleton. Lucky is watching a television show about a half animal on a stick. Seaguy comments that it sounds familiar. He wants to go to the grocery store by himself but Lucky objects. A closeup shows a very sinister looking Lucky telling Seaguy not to go without his pal. He reluctantly agrees. As they walk down the street, the [...]