Slimy Old Men, Indeed : Abby Jame’s “Lizard Daddies”

Ryan C.'s Four Color Apocalypse

What the hell is this, anyway? A review of a four-page mini? Am I nuts?

Well, yeah, I am — but that’s nothing new. What is new is the idea that there could, indeed, be a four-page mini worth devoting more than a quick 150-word paragraph to talking about, but such is indeed the case with Abby Jame’s latest from Silver Sprocket Bicycle Club, Lizard Daddies. I don’t expect this to happen too often, mind you, but Jame’s work is always worthy of examination on some level, and this one touches on so many relevant cultural themes in so few pages that the word “extraordinary” comes to mind pretty quickly and easily.

The set-up here is as immediately grabbing as one would assume it to be : a group of teenage girls decide to attend a “sugar daddy/sugar baby” party to fleece some cash out of some horny old…

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One response to “Slimy Old Men, Indeed : Abby Jame’s “Lizard Daddies”

  1. Pingback: Lisa’s Week In Review: 12/16/19 — 12/22/19 | Through the Shattered Lens

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