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Jan 22, 2005 | 10:02 PM EST
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    Broken Saints The 12 hour graphic novel epic that resulted from three years of dedication.

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Overwhelmed by the fulfillment of the next card in the Tarot reader's prophecy, the saints are caught off guard as MARS and his twin 'moons' - PHOBOS and DEIMOS - arrive on the scene to dish out some punishment.



Rated 3 / 5 stars


I'm sorry but the Broken Saints series is boring. It may have good art, dialogue, and quotes, but it's all a bunch of bull.

The quotes and narrative are as random as me flipping to a page in a book and putting that one line into a flash.

And the way it's all presented... one long moment.. after another long moment. I remember the start of the series 3 years ago and it was even worse. In each episode I sit there for 5 minutes zombified wondering when something is going to happen or when something is going to be said thats actually concrete.

I could read a book 10 times faster than this, and I wish I had spent my time doing something more productive like reading a book than watching this.

Maybe you should think about putting this all down in a physical comic because this shit is too slow.


Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

Glorifying violence and pretending they're heros.

This is violent and pointless, but the authors seem to think that senseless violence can be justified. The heroes enjoy hurting people, and causing pain. That is sick, and the authors do not understand what they are really doing. This series is full of hatred. There is enough hatred in the world, maybe in part because of trash like this.

Scripture is quoted often, the Koran many times, but the authors always try to justify torment with religion. This series breeds pain. You would better serve the world by doing anything else. I'm sorry if you are hurting. But don't hurt anyone else, or subject everyone to your sadistic daydreams.


Rated 0 / 5 stars