END OF STORY ARC
It’s the gonzo, genre-jumping, art-history-spanning finale to the pulpy, painty psycho-art-noir thriller of the year! (And years past, if we’re being honest…)
Watch in awe as Art Brut and Manny chase a mysterious figure through cubism, through pointillism…and even through a beloved Edward Hopper!
And in the waking world, Margot infiltrates the secret base of the Correction, forced to lock horns with that wily Warhol impersonator. (Or is it…?)
STILL featuring new letters, new covers, and a final new Silver Age-style backup story, rounding out the previously misplaced adventures of Art Brut!
ComicBook.comArt Brut's first arc ends with the reveal of the "grand villain" (which ultimately is a weird left field choice) and Art Brut making a terribly hard decision to save artwork. After four issues, I've firmly decided that this comic misses more than it hits. The core concept is interesting, but it's too scattershot and too caught up in reveling in its mix of surrealism and absurdity to tell a good story. The art in Art Brut is great, but artwork alone can't save this book from rising above mediocrity.