“Jab Comix” Review

“Jab Comix” is the name given to a collection of four-page comics published by IDW Publishing, and it’s something that you should give a shot if you want to see what is new in the comic book industry. The comic itself isn’t that bad, but the art is fantastic. It’s like you’re reading a graphic novel, except it has comic book panels instead of pictures on them.

The comic book follows a group of kids who find themselves trapped in the middle of an alien war zone. They’re forced to battle each other and also other aliens for their freedom. There are also several other characters throughout the comic, all of whom have their own stories to tell.

In the story, the kids are all raised by Jamaican immigrants. One of the characters, Billy, is from Jamaica, as are most of the others in the comic. They all speak the language of the people who raised them, so you get an insight into how that country was used when the writers were putting together this comic. Some of the other words they speak are Spanish, English and Portuguese, making it a fun and easy read.

This story is part of a larger collection, which you can check out right now, called “Jab Comix.” The comics are being published in this series by IDW Publishing and written by Nick Derington. The original creator of the series was Jason Aaron, but he’s retired now, so he’ll be handling all of the comics as well. His experience writing the books helped him write this one, as he was able to tell a story that was interesting.

It may seem a little odd that the comic is set in a space war, but it does make sense in some ways. Many military comic books have come and gone in recent years, including “Invasion”Red Lanterns,” and this is something that has stayed popular in the comic book industry for a long time. In fact, this is one of the longest running comic book series currently out there, with over seventy issues of it. If you enjoy military comic books, you’ll love “Jab Comix.”

This comic was a huge hit when it came out, so if you’re looking for a new, exciting comic to read you should pick up a copy of it. It’s a great introduction to the comic book world. You may even get hooked.