Review: Thomas Wogan Is Dead

Thomas Wogan finds himself naked in a strange waiting room with a group of different species, all with numbered tickets, who try and piece together exactly what’s happened to them, it’s clear something extraordinary has happened to them … but what?

Thomas Wogan Is Dead is a strange title and I didn’t know what to expect going in. Although its only a short read for such a big title it seems to resonate with me even as I type this.

The art is beautifully simple, striking and to the point – there are some lovely scenes and expressions here. I have never seen a comic with so many ‘silent’ panels which say so much at the same time.

There are some lovely touches here and is well warrented another read.

I feel it is a title that I can pass to my non-comic reading friends and say ‘read this’ you don’t need to know anything going in – no history, no back story – its all in there in one self contained title. And the title says it all.

With an excellent supporting cast and some language you would never expect coming from them, this is a comic which makes you proud of being able to read and enjoy the title!

Thomas Wogan Is Dead is available from Tabella Publishing on the iPad

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