Updated on 16 October, 2021
"Cyanide And Happiness" is the latest gem from Todd Estate, featuring art from several other artists. This book will not only be a massive hit among comic book lovers, but it could be a big seller in the future of graphic novels. It is a terrific series of comics that will keep you on the edge of your seat.
Set ten years before "Wanted: Super Villains" #1, "Cyanide And Happiness" takes place in a world where the criminal element rules. An innocent woman named Joyner is on the run from the law and the police, trying to find out how her brother was killed. She is joined by her own private investigator, played by Ian McShane.
Once they realize that Joyner's brother was framed for murder, their search for the truth intensifies. They soon learn that there are some underground organizations that are happy to take control of any person that falls into their hands. Joyner and her family must rely on each other to keep the families of both the victims and the suspects safe. Their lives are turned upside down as they are forced to deal with these groups as well as keeping the happy couple happy. There are many twists and turns, which adds to the drama of the storyline.
Todd Estate has done an excellent job of creating a plot that will keep you on your toes while at the same time maintaining a level of humor. It is well written and captivating. The artwork in this title is simply phenomenal. All of the characters, especially the main stars, are drawn beautifully in this title.
It may be a crime that the police are looking for the criminal who framed Joyner, but she soon finds herself the target of a group of killers. These villains seem to have one thing in common. They all seem to like kids. This comic quickly captures the attention of the reader, as it does its characters.
Each of the main characters is defined in great detail. They are detailed enough so that you know exactly who they are and where they live. Each of them has a past that ties into the present. There are several different story lines to follow through each issue. cyanide and happiness is a great comic to read.
This comic is not for the childrens audience, but it is certainly appropriate for the mature readers who may enjoy it as well. It is a fast moving, humorous, action packed title that is sure to please. It may be just what the doctor ordered. Don't miss out on this one.
cyanide and happiness comes complete with a series of bonus short comic strips. You will find them to be entertaining as well. They will keep you involved until the end. Everyone that picks up this title is sure to be happy. It is guaranteed.
The story begins with a death. This is just the beginning of a very unhappy life. The title character, Bob, is a sad man who doesn't seem to enjoy his job. His wife has moved away, along with their two little girls. He longs for the day when they will come back, but he knows that day won't come.
Bob goes off to a bar to drink and has one too many. Things go bad for him and he ends up having an accident. It seems that something has gone terribly wrong when he wakes up the next morning and finds that his friends have gone.
As the story unfolds, you begin to learn more about this sad, broken individual. His life seems to be a mystery. He doesn't seem to know when he'll get another chance at life, or how he'll pull it together. His friend, Beth, believes that he's happy when he's happy, but he needs help. She asks him to join her in a trip to New York, but before he can go, he has to meet his evil, conniving, and manipulative brother, Hades.
Along the way, you meet other characters as well, including the Poseidon, the God of the Sea, the Chariot, and many others. They are all helping to bring Bob to a better place. This comic book isn't just sad and depressing, but it's also a great dose of optimism. There are many things that happen to people in their everyday lives and it can be hard to see them in a negative light. However, in this comic book, you'll see Bob as a real person, and that can make all the difference.