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Richv1 Posted - 11/04/2017 : 11:46:25 PM

Title: Garfield: The Thing in the Fridge (GN)
Publisher: BOOM! Studios
Written by: Scott Nickel, Mark Evanier
Illustrated by: Antonio Alfaro, Aatmaja Pandya
Colored by: Lisa Moore
Lettered by: Jim Campbell
Cover by: Andy Hirsch
Garfield Created by: Jim Davis
Price: $ 11.99 US
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Comments: "The Thing in the Fridge"
Poor Garfield has insomnia. So he tries things to make him sleep such as watching the most stupid horror movie ever. Than a snack. Than something new happen and it terrifies Garfield and Odie.
The story plays out but does not stop as the unexpected happens, yes Garfield runs.
The art is in the style you have come to expect so the story in gorgeously illustrated.
Garfield makes a new friend and Jon well poor Jon has his usual luck. Lots of fun stuff happens in this story.
"The Early Jon Arbuckle"
Jon has a problem he is always late. Than he is always early which you might think would be a good thing. You would be wrong in this case. Well as usual Garfield steps in and yes he eats and eats this cat can really pack it away but after that he gets busy and actually helps out Jon. Garfield does care when he is not eating of course. Great art and a fun interesting story keep you glued to the page.
"Only Human" Well the art is simplistic no frills or thrills here. The story has Garfield as a human and he finds out being only human has its ups and downs. There is some humor just not a lot.
Garfield is one fat cat and the most entertaining feline around.

Richard Vasseur

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