Jimmy's Bastards


Jimmys Bastards #9 Review: A Brutally Cathartic Finale

Jimmy's Bastards #9 Review: A Brutally Cathartic Finale

Is it enough? Can Jimmy and Nancy survive the bastards’ onslaught?[caption id="attachment_880323" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Jimmy's Bastards #9 cover by Andy Clarke and Jose Villarrubia[/caption]This is the final issue of Jimmy’s Bastards (or at least the first volume depending on whether it’s continued later) There’s not a lot to wrap up beyond the primary conflict, as[...]

Jimmys Bastards #8 Advance Review: A Machine Gun Disguised as a Machine Gun

Jimmy's Bastards #8 Advance Review: A Machine Gun Disguised as a Machine Gun

Meanwhile, Junior is having issues with his employees.[caption id="attachment_847115" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Jimmy's Bastards #8 cover by Andy Clarke and Jose Villarrubia[/caption]This is the penultimate issue to Garth Ennis and Russ Braun’s Jimmy’s Bastards With it, we have a different kind of Jimmy, a different Nancy, and, well, Junior and the bastards are mostly the same.It’s[...]

Jimmys Bastards #7 Review: Battle of the Bastards — No Not that One

Jimmy's Bastards #7 Review: Battle of the Bastards — No, Not that One

Junior himself is celebrating his victory, unaware that two people are still out for his blood.[caption id="attachment_817559" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Jimmy's Bastards #7 cover by Andy Clarke and Jose Villarrubia[/caption]Jimmy’s Bastards begins its final act with its two heroes going after the island base of Junior’s people, which is complete with a giant gorilla statue giving[...]

Comics for Your Pull Box Week of March 28th 2018: Dark Doomsday Metal Clock

Comics for Your Pull Box, Week of March 28th, 2018: Dark Doomsday Metal Clock

This is a series certainly worthy of your pull box.[caption id="attachment_817559" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Jimmy's Bastards #7 cover by Andy Clarke[/caption]Jimmy's Bastards #7Garth Ennis's tasteless take on James Bond asks the question, what if James Bond behaved like that in real life? For example, what if he actually shagged all those women and started racking up the[...]

Jimmys Bastards #6 Review: Uncomfortable Mental Hospital Humor

Jimmy's Bastards #6 Review: Uncomfortable Mental Hospital Humor

Unfortunately, that will require them to get the puppy out of Jimmy’s hands first.[caption id="attachment_775893" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Jimmy's Bastards #6 cover by Andy Clarke and Jose Villarruba[/caption]I’m not going to make any pretense about Jimmy’s Bastards having ever been high-brow or inoffensive humor, but this issue does start to get a bit uglier than the[...]

Jimmys Bastards #5 Review: Playing Catch With The Son

Jimmy's Bastards #5 Review: Playing Catch With The Son

All the while, the city at large is still being affected by the Gender Fluid.[caption id="attachment_749262" align="aligncenter" width="360"] Jimmy's Bastards #5 cover by Andy Clarke and Jose Villarruba[/caption]Jimmy’s Bastards #5 continues the wall-to-wall wild ride that one should come to expect from this series Jimmy himself continues to be a repulsive human being, but he[...]


Jimmys Bastards #3 Review: Ugliness Is Kind Of Beautiful

Jimmy's Bastards #3 Review: Ugliness Is Kind Of Beautiful

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]Preacher-creator Garth Ennis is back at it again with Jimmy’s Bastards, a comic about a James Bond-esque secret super-agent being hunted down by the results of his many romantic encounters.Also, Idi Amin is in it? Like, no joke.Jimmy's Bastards #3 finds our “hero” and his new partner fighting a number of assailants in a[...]

Jimmys Bastards #1 Review &#8211 A Wild Fun Ride From Aftershock

Jimmy's Bastards #1 Review – A Wild, Fun Ride From Aftershock

Jimmy's Bastards is one of those things, and it's a rollercoaster of a comic.In short, it's a spy parody Protagonist Jimmy Regent is a fantastic Bond parody, only with 110% more insanity and cursing Jimmy has an unknown agency comprised of 200 people trying to murder him, and he handles this with grace and absolutely[...]

Jimmys Bastards #1 Review &#8211 Will This Book Upset SJWs or Alt-Righters

Jimmy's Bastards #1 Review – Will This Book Upset SJWs or Alt-Righters?

I bring up Butcher because that's the level that Jimmy's Bastards is going for We're looking at the chance to have another emotionally deep, funny, gory, take down of a major genre, and I think that's needed, always, in this industry. Issue one is Jimmy taking on more than one of his rogues gallery (the aforementioned "Bastards"?)[...]