Struggling to travel across the country with little to no money, Lance is forced to take a few… less than ideal jobs. As the jobs go from odd to downright bizarre and other-worldly, Lance must once again save the day (and hopefully a few dollars as well).
On this month’s episode of Freelance Blues, Lance finds himself in the midwest. Surrounded by corn, Lance realizes that he needs capital to continue his drive across the country. Luckily he is able to find a job as a gardener, but this is no ordinary job. Of course it isn’t, this wouldn’t be an exciting issue if there were no giant monsters or horrible scenarios. Can Lance make it through this job and collect his money, or is he doomed to say in the flyover states forever?
I continue to enjoy reading Freelance Blues. I’m not sure if that’s really an accurate title, as the last thing that this comic does is give me the blues. I think that it should be called Freelance Joys! I really can’t think of that much to say, this is just another solid edition of a great series. It’s always fun watching Lance accept a job and guessing what will happen as it inevitably turns into some sort of nightmare. I can’t think of anything bad to say about this comic, other than the fact that it didn’t give me a million dollars when I was done reading it. If you enjoy fun, then Freelance Blues is the comic for you. If you don’t enjoy fun, then read Freelance Blues because it just might change your mind. I want everyone on planet Earth to buy this comic book.
Geek-o-Rama received a copy of this book for the purpose of this review. All thoughts, comments and opinions are those of the individual reviewer.