Updated on 16 October, 2021
The Vore Comic is a very unique reading experience. It is not like any other comic that you might find. You don't flip through a few pages to get to the next comic; Vore Comic is created on an "artistic" page, a graphic novel like page, and each panel is full of a unique image from the original work of the artist. Each page has a caption underneath which tells you what it's about.
Vore Comic is an independent comic series created by two people. Kevin Green and Collinnee La Fay are the creators. They live in San Francisco, California. They met when they were 13 years old and started drawing and creating their comic. Today, they are financially stable and selling thousands of copies a month. That speaks volumes to their art.
The way Vore Comic was conceptualized was a dream. The two dreamt of having their own company one day and launching a worldwide franchise of their own, but they couldn't figure out how. After many failed attempts at launching a comic, they finally launched their own company.
Vore Comic is still only in its first volume. However, the sales have been overwhelming and it was inevitable. They knew from the very beginning that this was going to be a big hit. Green and La Fay hired an artist to design the characters of the comic.
It took them nearly five years to create the first volume. It took them four more years to complete it. Green and La Fay had a vision when they created Vore. They wanted it to be the same sort of story that they would have if they were creating a children's book. They wanted it to be exciting, unique, and full of fantasy.
When you open the comic, you are greeted with a colorful splash page. This is the scene headlining the main title. There are panels of the characters as they look at each other. There are panels of them talking. And there are panels of the main character, Spider-Man swinging through the city.
Throughout this process, there are panels of Spider-Man swinging on a web. The art is clean and sharp, and clearly conveys the feeling of having your fingers stuck in an electric web as you swing through the city. Another panel shows off the quality of Spider-Man's web-swinging skills. Green and La Fay has put together a terrific package of Spider-Man comic art. You can tell that they put a lot of thought into this creation.
Vore Comic has received numerous awards for its excellence. People have voted that Vore is one of the best comic books ever written. I think that is an understatement, and this comic is definitely worth a read. If you enjoy Spider-Man, this is a must-read comic.
Spider-Man Unlimited is available on Comixology and on amazon. The book was not really solicited as a graphic novel, but it does come with a certificate of authenticity. It also has a complete cover.
It would be hard to find a Spider-Man fan who has not enjoyed Spider-Man Unlimited. I highly recommend picking up this comic and giving it a shot. It is worth it, as Vore Comic delivers some great Spider-Man art. I give them a five-star rating because of their stunning artwork and expert blending of panels.
Spider-Man Unlimited continues where Vore left off, and picks up after where the last chapter left off. The art in this one is superb. The inking is spectacular, and really brings life to the faces of these characters. These comic pages are something that is not common, and you will appreciate this as you read them.
If you are a Marvel or DC Comics fan, you owe it to yourself to pick up Spider-Man Unlimited comic. If you are not a comics fan, then you will enjoy this one immensely, as well. My favorite aspect of this comic is the inking, which really brings life to the faces of these characters. I highly recommend giving this one a chance, and maybe even purchasing a copy of it to give to a child as a gift. It is truly a fantastic collection of Spider-Man drawn art.