Welcome back to another fiber-filled review at Comic Unknown! We venture out to Melbourne where we find a doughy situation. We introduce The Talking Bread, an experimented loaf of bread now has a mind of its own! This doughy gang thus far consists of six different slices: Softy, Crust, Crumb, Bloat, Ears, and Fungal. Their freedom is short-lived as they are immediately chomped and slurped in the issue. The gang immediately catches a flock of pigeons attention and are taken to Queeny P (Queen of the Pigeon Clan). With limited options and a foreseen doom for these slices of bread, things get a bit alarming once one of the slices eats an Aspirin pill and causes one of the pigeons to blow up. Crust now believes they all have powers and thinks he's unstoppable. What other ridiculous circumstances will the breaded pack get entangled in?
The Talking Bread is an entertaining comic about the assorted bread slices that are animated and nearly immediately are in a rotting situation. The story was created, written, illustrated and lettered by Kieran Nunn and was successfully Kickstarted back on July 20, 2016. It is a six part mini-series that combines silliness from both the story and art, quickly making this a memorable read. There are not many other tales out there comparable to this one which enables the series to be in a unique spot in our baking oven. It is perfectly toasted in black and white and provides a satisfying story to have the audience looking forward to the next meal. The Talking Bread Issue One is available via Halftone Productions both digitally for $3.00 and physically ranging $5 to $10. For more information on The Talking Bread, make sure to check out their Facebook page as Kieran consistently updates the page.
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