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Infinite Kung Fu by Kagan McLeod
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Jan 18, 2012

it was amazing
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To start, the artwork is incredible. I think he used a Japanese ink brush is my impression, but the line work is absolutely breathtaking. If you look closely at each figure and how the lines come together to make, you'll see what I mean. The setting is intriguing, a post-apocalyptic Japan where the world is filled with zombies as a result of a lack of lives to reincarnate into. I wish I'd worded that better. So instead of reincarnating as a bird or fish or human, when people die, they are forced to reincarnate into dead bodies. The book also delves into traditional martial arts lore, including The 8 Immortals. And, of course, there's kung fu. Maybe you aren't into kung fu; you don't have to be. The artwork alone carries this comic. But the kung fu is spectacular and riveting. The characters are strange and compelling. Blah blah. I loved this comic so much.

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