Colonel Weird: Cosmagog by Jeff Lemire

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Title: Colonel Weird: Cosmagog.
Series: The World of Black Hammer #5.
Writer(s): Jeff Lemire.
Artist(s): Tyler Crook.
Letterer(s): Tyler Crook.
PublisherDark Horse Books.

Format
: Paperback.
Release Date: February 9th 2021.
Pages: 112.
Genre(s): Comics, Science-Fiction.
ISBN13: 9781506715162.
My Overall Rating:

Rating: 3.5 out of 5.

Also in The World of Black Hammer:
Sherlock Frankenstein and the Legion of Evil by Jeff Lemire.
Doctor Star and the Kingdom of Lost Tomorrows by Jeff Lemire.
Black Hammer ’45 by Jeff Lemire and Ray Fawkes.

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11 thoughts on “Colonel Weird: Cosmagog by Jeff Lemire

  1. You’re really getting into Jeff Lamire lately, eh? 🙂 Some of your description vaguely brought to mind the shows Quantum Leap and Sliders, though perhaps with far more uncertainly and unpredictability to his movements. I really like the look watercolor provides.

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    1. Hahah It was coincidental. Or not. Maybe I like to support fellow Canadians unconsciously. 😛 Very interesting comparison to Quantum Leap/Sliders. I haven’t checked either of them out but the premise does seem to show some similarities! And yes. In the right hands, watercolour artwork is quite stunning! 😮

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  2. Jeff Lemire certainly has a very weird imagination. He lived in Harrow, which is about minutes from me. I read the Essex County trilogy just because of that and it was interesting.

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  3. Is Jeff Lemire your current favorite author? Sounds like this one has a good hold on its main character and the graphic effectively grasping the emotions of the characters, not to also mention the great use of panels for transitions albeit the non traditional format. Great review once again, Lashaan!

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    1. Hahaha noooo, I just like exploring his stories. They often turn out to be so very intriguing, often pertaining to human emotions and their bond with another. I also just happen to review a lot of them here though. 😛 Thanks for reading, Jee!

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