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RISE FROM YOUR GRAVES Not a joke, not a gag like a necromancer The Last Podcast on The Left is reviving the tradition of the humor comic magazine except this time as a series of graphic novels. Inside you will see stories edited and curated by your Last Podcast Hosts made to entrance the eyes and titillate the senses SEE: Detective Popcorn solve the meaning of LIFE! WITNES RISE FROM YOUR GRAVES Not a joke, not a gag like a necromancer The Last Podcast on The Left is reviving the tradition of the humor comic magazine except this time as a series of graphic novels. Inside you will see stories edited and curated by your Last Podcast Hosts made to entrance the eyes and titillate the senses SEE: Detective Popcorn solve the meaning of LIFE! WITNESS: The descendent of Albert Fish! GET AROUSED BY: Very Sexy Mothman! A mix of Comedy and Horror created by some of the best comic writers ,artists, warlocks in this dimension. Once read The Last Comic on The Left will change your life maybe for the better. DISCLAIMER: The Last Comic on The Left has not been funded by an underground satanic cult. All Cryptid portrayals have come with the explicit permission of The Mothman, Sasquatch and Jersey Devil estates. By buying, reading or even looking at this book you are consigning your soul, spirit or any eternal animating entity to the creators of this book which again is not funded by a satanic cult .


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RISE FROM YOUR GRAVES Not a joke, not a gag like a necromancer The Last Podcast on The Left is reviving the tradition of the humor comic magazine except this time as a series of graphic novels. Inside you will see stories edited and curated by your Last Podcast Hosts made to entrance the eyes and titillate the senses SEE: Detective Popcorn solve the meaning of LIFE! WITNES RISE FROM YOUR GRAVES Not a joke, not a gag like a necromancer The Last Podcast on The Left is reviving the tradition of the humor comic magazine except this time as a series of graphic novels. Inside you will see stories edited and curated by your Last Podcast Hosts made to entrance the eyes and titillate the senses SEE: Detective Popcorn solve the meaning of LIFE! WITNESS: The descendent of Albert Fish! GET AROUSED BY: Very Sexy Mothman! A mix of Comedy and Horror created by some of the best comic writers ,artists, warlocks in this dimension. Once read The Last Comic on The Left will change your life maybe for the better. DISCLAIMER: The Last Comic on The Left has not been funded by an underground satanic cult. All Cryptid portrayals have come with the explicit permission of The Mothman, Sasquatch and Jersey Devil estates. By buying, reading or even looking at this book you are consigning your soul, spirit or any eternal animating entity to the creators of this book which again is not funded by a satanic cult .

30 review for The Last Comic Book On The Left

  1. 4 out of 5

    Rod Brown

    Oh, man, I've done it again. I've accidentally picked up a graphic novel tie-in to a podcast I do not listen to -- as I do not listen to any podcasts. This one seems to be based on horror movies, cryptids, and serial killers of the fictional and nonfictional variety -- which can be interesting topics -- but the short stories and one-page pin-ups in this humor anthology are fairly incoherent, either assuming knowledge of the subject or having only the vaguest of jokes or points to make. One strip, Oh, man, I've done it again. I've accidentally picked up a graphic novel tie-in to a podcast I do not listen to -- as I do not listen to any podcasts. This one seems to be based on horror movies, cryptids, and serial killers of the fictional and nonfictional variety -- which can be interesting topics -- but the short stories and one-page pin-ups in this humor anthology are fairly incoherent, either assuming knowledge of the subject or having only the vaguest of jokes or points to make. One strip, "Holly Haunts" is a retelling of the Amityville Horror, and it might have been interesting if the pages of the story were printed consecutively, but for some reason they are doled out intermittently between the other stories and become a hassle to seek out and read together. The Detective Popcorn strip about a bucket of popcorn solving crimes is stupid and dull and fits with nothing else in the book. The main takeaway for me is reinforcement of my opinion that podcast-based graphic novels suck. FOR REFERENCE: Contents: • The "Well, Actually" Killer / Bob Fingerman, story and art • Hastings Cutoff / Vincent Kings • Holly Haunts presents: The Amityville Horror / Tyler Boss • The Jersey Devil / Sean Van Gorman • Malleus Maleficarum / Kjersti Faret • Holly Haunts / Tyler Boss • [So, are we related to Albert Fish?] / Ryan Cady, Morgan Beem & Fred Stresing • Get Abducted / Vincent Kings • Holly Haunts / Tyler Boss • Let's Talk about the FLDS / Noah Van Sciver • Mothman: In His Own Words! / Jenna Cha • [Expand Your Third Eye!] / Bayard Morse • Holly Haunts / Tyler Boss • Detective Popcorn / Eliot Rahal, Henry Zebrowski & Ian McGinty • Greetings from Lemuria / Bayard Morse • Holly Haunts / Tyler Boss • Wow . . . That Guy Became a Star / Brandon Montclare, writer, & Logan Faerber, artist • The Black Death / Logan Faerber • Holly Haunts / Tyler Boss • The Sandown Clown / David Datsmalchian, Lukas Ketner & Vladimir Popov • [Untitled] / Norzine • Holly Haunts / Tyler Boss • Miss Bigfoot 2022 / Noah Van Sciver • Can You Survive H.H. Holmes' Murder Castle? / Vincent Kings • Word Search: Cryptids n' Creatures • Detective Popcorn: Japanese Snuff Film / Ian McGinty • Holly Haunts / Tyler Boss • Exercises for Transcendence • It Didn't Crash . . . It Landed! / Courtney Menard • Holly Haunts / Tyler Boss

  2. 5 out of 5

    Kylie

    Love this so much! Such a fun read!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Alex McCullough

    It's a fun idea and it'll be enjoyable for fans, but Soul Plumber definitely stands above this as far as LPOTL comic material goes. Too many detective stories! Hope there's a little more variety to the longish-form stuff in the next volume. The Detective Popcorn story is great though, and the little splash pages have some very cool art. It's a fun idea and it'll be enjoyable for fans, but Soul Plumber definitely stands above this as far as LPOTL comic material goes. Too many detective stories! Hope there's a little more variety to the longish-form stuff in the next volume. The Detective Popcorn story is great though, and the little splash pages have some very cool art.

  4. 5 out of 5

    James

    One part vanity project and one part an exercise in brand awareness marketing. There's just not much here. I'm a fan of LPOTL and the nods to the podcast feel pandering, a little too much nudge nudge wink wink for my liking. I appreciate them pulling in some good cartoonists and letting them do their thing but besides Noah Van Sciver's entry none really do it for me and even his feels more like just an ad for his, at the time, upcoming comic Joseph Smith and the Mormons. You might be into this if One part vanity project and one part an exercise in brand awareness marketing. There's just not much here. I'm a fan of LPOTL and the nods to the podcast feel pandering, a little too much nudge nudge wink wink for my liking. I appreciate them pulling in some good cartoonists and letting them do their thing but besides Noah Van Sciver's entry none really do it for me and even his feels more like just an ad for his, at the time, upcoming comic Joseph Smith and the Mormons. You might be into this if you're a LPOTL mega-mega-fan but the comics lover will find little to love in this collection.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Kristin

    If you're a fan of The Last Podcast, please pick this up. So much fun, lots of great stories and illustrations, and detective Popcorn!! I can't wait for the next installment. If you're a fan of The Last Podcast, please pick this up. So much fun, lots of great stories and illustrations, and detective Popcorn!! I can't wait for the next installment.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Matt Graupman

    I’ve never listened to The Last Podcast On The Left so my review is based solely on the comics in this collection and not influenced by the show, so here goes: “The Last Comic On The Left, Vol. 1” was severely underwhelming. It wasn’t scary, it wasn’t funny, and it wasn’t worth my money. It says a lot that the best piece in it - by a WIDE margin - was the always reliable Noah Van Sciver’s comic about a splinter faction of the Mormon faith, with did not have anything paranormal in it (but did mak I’ve never listened to The Last Podcast On The Left so my review is based solely on the comics in this collection and not influenced by the show, so here goes: “The Last Comic On The Left, Vol. 1” was severely underwhelming. It wasn’t scary, it wasn’t funny, and it wasn’t worth my money. It says a lot that the best piece in it - by a WIDE margin - was the always reliable Noah Van Sciver’s comic about a splinter faction of the Mormon faith, with did not have anything paranormal in it (but did make me even more excited to read his forthcoming Joseph Smith biography). I won’t be continuing with this anthology.

  7. 4 out of 5

    _Ex_Libris_Animus_

    Severe disappointment. Huge fan of the podcast for years and happy owner of the entire Soul plumber series. I'll lead with the good. Detective popcorn deserves his own set aside series. It'd be neat to have that in comic book form with some of the fun add ins. As a whole I feel ripped off by a cash grab and that's not my usual feel from the boys. Seems like something that was pushed out fast , not much effort or thought put into and I'm so tired of the "Hail Satan" Schick that I'm ready to drop Severe disappointment. Huge fan of the podcast for years and happy owner of the entire Soul plumber series. I'll lead with the good. Detective popcorn deserves his own set aside series. It'd be neat to have that in comic book form with some of the fun add ins. As a whole I feel ripped off by a cash grab and that's not my usual feel from the boys. Seems like something that was pushed out fast , not much effort or thought put into and I'm so tired of the "Hail Satan" Schick that I'm ready to drop the whole Lpotl participation altogether. It's worse than any Christian I've met trying to push their religion/opinion on me. If I had splurged on the Super deluxe Edition right now I'd be pissed. I bought the $20 paperback just to test it out even though I almost jumped in head first to the Super deluxe because of my love for everything else they've done. I'm beyond happy I listened to my intuition. There's a few cover variations. Mines the paperback regular edition and I love the artwork. Very, Animal House. Despite price my cover was my favorite from jump. This graphic novel was dedicated to the fans so I hope they hear me out and if this statistics matter truly then I would hope they could drop the incessant Satan stuff. It's over done and cringe at this point. They "Hail" Gein too but move on. Right after the dedication page they caution you and number two not to use the book as the basis for a new religion or code as it could hinder worship owed to The dark One. Sigh. Ok. Haha let's continue. I liked the first story and art. I could see that being its own series too. 4...FOUR pages of Jersey devil later. Neat penis add. Holly haunts have been meh at this point. By the next story I was hopeful, it was entertaining enough then pretty much flopped. Another ad, underwhelming holly haunt, then a ten or so page of the cartoonist not wanting to do the cartoon at all. I get the irony and honestly the idea wasn't bad but at 45 pages in and already disappointed I started dreading the purchase hoping it would redeem itself eventually. Another cryptid (mothman) but this time only a double page not the overdone Jersey 4 page spread thankfully. Cool lsd ad👍 the blah holly haunt. Inverse detective popcorn saving the book all together with the promise of the continuation next issue which I'm ready to pre-order just off of detective popcorn. Holly haunt continued, still not interested. Then a really random feeling 3rd or technically for detective story in the book that I'm sorry but it's garbage. Filler, blah blah, filler. Another let down story that has huge potential. An actual word search, littered with upside down cross and 666 scribbles which has nothing to do with the cryptid theme and pencil maze. Insert Sweet let's all go to the lobby theme detective popcorn poster 👍 then crap another useless Holly haunt. Finishing with more overdone Hail Satan Schick in the form of '90s Mall optical illusion pictures until it ends with the final thrown together add and possibly the only intriguing Holly haunts add in. If they were trying to bring it all together at the end it didn't really work that way for me personally. Feels like a jokes on me for buying this/supporting Lpotl endeavors. At this point I just want my money back. If you genuinely care what your fans think and want please keep your religious (or whatever you consider it) beliefs to yourself or at least reel it in please and thank you. Or at the very least have options with less of that what feels like a religious/personal belief agenda.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Perrin

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This is something really special from our boys! The art and the stories are excellent and captivating. I especially loved the Amityville Horror story sprinkled throughout. I cannot wait for Volume 2!! Hail Satan! 🤘

  9. 4 out of 5

    Mario Pimental

    Fantastic and fun, but only if you're a fan of the podcast! Fantastic and fun, but only if you're a fan of the podcast!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Morrigan R

    Everything you could expect from LPOTL, plus sexy mothman. What more could you want?

  11. 5 out of 5

    Sean

    Love the podcast. It didn't translate particularly well to comics, at least for me. Love the podcast. It didn't translate particularly well to comics, at least for me.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Dan

    Takes me back to the fun anthology comics of youth, but somehow it’s magically still geared toward me (37).

  13. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca Coffee

  14. 5 out of 5

    Austin

  15. 4 out of 5

    Sotiria Bailey

  16. 5 out of 5

    Helen Murray

  17. 4 out of 5

    Cara

  18. 5 out of 5

    Bee Fanty

  19. 5 out of 5

    Ashley

  20. 5 out of 5

    April

  21. 5 out of 5

    Taylor

  22. 5 out of 5

    Amber Montpetit

  23. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

  24. 5 out of 5

    Windypicnic

  25. 5 out of 5

    Anya Reid

  26. 5 out of 5

    Lee

  27. 4 out of 5

    Erica Taylor

  28. 4 out of 5

    Livie

  29. 5 out of 5

    Michael Satumbaga

  30. 5 out of 5

    Chad Heeren

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