WELCOME TO ANOTHER FREAKY REVIEW FROM COMIC UNKNOWN!
|Created by: Andrew Pawley|
We return to another great installment to the trippiest and freakiest comic that has crossed Comic Unknown. From the dreamlike mind of Andrew Pawley, GalaXafreaks Issue Two continues the psychedelic freakshow with two short stories: King Freak and the Sparkle Tax and Cito and Cita. In King Freak and the Sparkle Tax, we are introduced to the King-Freak, the self-appointed galactic majesty with an addiction to Sparkle and his servant Vizier. Sparkle is the life force of the freaks and our favorite GalaXafreaks are gobbled down by the King-Freak for their essence! We follow Captain Yeah!, Ringzola and Optik into a sickly mini-verse inside of King-Freak himself as they undo to what has happened to them! Their adventure inside the gluttonous king is brief while they victoriously threw off the oppressive king and are once again living free.
Cito and Cita are two fans of the GalaXafreaks and they are chilling talking about their favorite trans-dimensional multi-faceted avatars. Right when they least expected anything to happen in their somewhat mundane lives, Captain Yeah! pops into existence in front of these diehards fighting some crazy baddie. With new characters here and there, we are enjoying seeing this universe expand short story by short story. Each character has their unique flair and stands out in their own way. Having this distinctive art style does not slow down this mind-bending train ride. The GalaXafreaks experience is the Woodstock of comics having each story as their own power performance and the colorful manifestation we cannot get enough of. We are glad to have stumbled on this comic and to see the story progress throughout its issues. With constant successful Kickstarters from Andrew Pawley, GalaXafreaks is merely starting their road trip through the universe. If you are interested in the first two issues of GalaXafreaks, sign up to GalaXafreaks' Newsletter and you will receive the two comics for free digitally. You can also purchase the Trade Paperback which includes the original four issues.