Mondo Cosmico Is Essentially Archer In Space

by James Ferguson

The Mondo Three mad doctors leave their home of Doctorworld on an insane adventure through the stars. You’d have to be a little crazy to embark on a quest for the rebirth certificate. Ramona Oleander, Honus Bendminder, and Giza Butler will have to avoid killing each other long enough to complete this mission and that’s easier said than done.

It’s hard not to love the characters in Mondo Cosmico, especially with how they treat one another. You have to wonder how they got together in the first place with how much they argue. It’s like having three alphas in a group. They’re all vying to be the leader and end up spending more time fighting each other than the assorted monsters that come their way.
Creator Matt Blairstone gives the book a definite pulpy feel. This looks like something you might have found decades ago with a classic art style and a faded, yet varied color palette. Everything works together very well which isn’t that surprising since it’s all coming right out of Blairstone’s head. He handles everything in Mondo Cosmico, from the writing and illustrating to the coloring and lettering.

This is a very unpredictable comic. You will not even begin to anticipate where it is going because literally anything is possible. They’re fighting a huge space dragonwasp in one scene and then ancient cosmic deities the next. It’s bonkers. It’s like an acid trip through space.

Mondo Cosmico is downright fun. There’s no other way to describe it. Blairstone instills a comedic vibe into a pulpy sci-fi story filled with quirky characters. The action is as fast-paced as the witty dialogue. It’s like Archer in space.
Mondo Cosmico is currently available digitally through ComiXology.

Mondo Cosmico Is Essentially Archer In Space

by James Ferguson

The Mondo Three mad doctors leave their home of Doctorworld on an insane adventure through the stars. You’d have to be a little crazy to embark on a quest for the rebirth certificate. Ramona Oleander, Honus Bendminder, and Giza Butler will have to avoid killing each other long enough to complete this mission and that’s easier said than done.

It’s hard not to love the characters in Mondo Cosmico, especially with how they treat one another. You have to wonder how they got together in the first place with how much they argue. It’s like having three alphas in a group. They’re all vying to be the leader and end up spending more time fighting each other than the assorted monsters that come their way.

Creator Matt Blairstone gives the book a definite pulpy feel. This looks like something you might have found decades ago with a classic art style and a faded, yet varied color palette. Everything works together very well which isn’t that surprising since it’s all coming right out of Blairstone’s head. He handles everything in Mondo Cosmico, from the writing and illustrating to the coloring and lettering.

This is a very unpredictable comic. You will not even begin to anticipate where it is going because literally anything is possible. They’re fighting a huge space dragonwasp in one scene and then ancient cosmic deities the next. It’s bonkers. It’s like an acid trip through space.

Mondo Cosmico is downright fun. There’s no other way to describe it. Blairstone instills a comedic vibe into a pulpy sci-fi story filled with quirky characters. The action is as fast-paced as the witty dialogue. It’s like Archer in space.

Mondo Cosmico is currently available digitally through ComiXology.

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