Ice Cream Man RAINBOW SPRINKLES The second installment of this syrupy series of singular stories Here the lives of two very different kinds of opioid abusers intersect But at whose behest I think you know the answ

  • Title: Ice Cream Man #2
  • Author: W. Maxwell Prince Martin Morazzo Chris O'Halloran
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 458
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • RAINBOW SPRINKLES The second installment of this syrupy series of singular stories Here, the lives of two very different kinds of opioid abusers intersect But at whose behest I think you know the answer.

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    372 thoughts on “Ice Cream Man #2”

    1. 3.5—okay, i’m not mad about this. it was a little hard to understand at first but as the plot progressed the writing made sense. it was quick and easy and i’m interested in how this will carry on.


    2. After the first issue, I wasn't too sure if I wanted to buy the second issue. After reading this one, I'm glad I decided to save my money. It's not that it's bad. I still like the artwork, and the storyline is interesting, but it's more about the other people that the Ice Cream Man encounters right now than more about him. The first issue was so jam-packed with information. The Ice Cream Man uses phrases that are outdated, the kid is kind of creepy and is attached to a deathly spider that killed [...]


    3. Not quite as satisfying as the first in the series. I will watch for #3 in the hopes there is a return to its previous glory.


    4. Another stand alone issue of this new comic that's still finding it's feet as far as plot and arc is concerned. Our eponymous title character doesn't appear until the end of this issue to push events to their ends and we're still none the wiser about his true intentions.This is very reminiscent of Tales From the Crypt if the Cryptkeeper actually handed the characters the weapons of their self-destruction.Will definitely need a stronger third issue for this to move to a pull-list though.*Review c [...]


    5. 2.5 starI like the idea of different story’s in each issue, although issue 1 was interesting (and a bit strange), #2 just isn't working for me. I still have no idea what's going on with that creepy ice cream man!When it comes to the art, It’s not bad, but I do prefer more bright and clear deep colors, so this really is not my cup of tea.oh well, at least I gave it a try.


    6. Better focused than the first issue, and doesn’t derail so bizarrely, but the storytelling is pretty bad. I’m not too confident in this series


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