Loco Returns With His Toys
Preview pages from Tony Loco #2, coming
from Illusive Arts
is as hot off the press as it gets, really, as Mark Teague
has just sent the finished art over to me for the second issue
of Tony Loco, written by Derek McCaw and Mark Teague,
with full art and lettering by Mark Teague.
would be the book that we at Fanboy Planet produce, which
Komikwerks.com calls an "...indie sensation."
second issue, Tony comes alive from his long years of mental
isolation. A childhood friend with big ears and a trunk
(literally) revives the lost boy within and inspires Tony.
Will it be too late for the patients being terrorized by
Dr. Lloyd and his orderlies? Just what are those things
lurking in the dark corners of the hospital?
haven't checked out Tony Loco yet, you're missing
a book that has been getting some great critical response.
writing and dialogue of this issue is engaging and tight.
I was actually made uncomfortable and ill at ease by the
setting and the treatment of the residents by the staff.
It’s difficult to really describe the overall sensation
of reading the set-up issue of the series, but I will state
that I’m hungry for more."
you want something different then check this out. You will
not be disappointed."
- Richard Vasseur, Jazmaonline.com
the story of TONY LOCO never falters or stumbles. It pulls
you right in and moves you along. It combines elements of
drama, humor, pathos — and just about anything else
you’d want in a story."
- T. E. Pouncey, Geekzine.com
its haunted atmosphere and weirdly compelling storyline,
Tony Loco is spellbinding from page one."
- Mark Hamill, actor/writer/director
can't wait to see what happens next."
- Tim Bradstreet, artist (The Punisher, Criminal Macabre)
and my friends have told me they liked it, too, but they're
can order the second issue from Diamond Distribution --
order #MAR07 3572. Check it out with your
local retailer, or order it from our publisher, Illusive
Arts Entertainment. The first issue is still available,
too. Meanwhile, enjoy this sneak peek at the first five