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  • Presenting a new storyline of the New York Times Bestselling, Harvey and multiple Eisner Award-winning series about cops, crooks, cooks, cannibals, and clairvoyants. Tony Chu — the cibopathic federal agent with the ability to get psychic impressions from what he eats — is back in action, just in time to face a cult of egg-worshipping terrorists who've declared holy war on the chicken-eaters of the world.
  • Collects CHEW # 31-35.

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L'absurde, l'humour, l'inventivité et le suspense règnent en maître, dans une harmonie gracieuse.)

Ce tome fait suite à Space cakes (épisodes 26 à 30). Il contient les épisodes 31 à 35, initialement parus en 2013, écrits par John Layman (qui réalise également le lettrage), dessinés, encrés et mis en couleurs par Rob Guillory. Il faut absolument avoir commencé par le premier tome : Tasters choice.

Ce tome débute par un enterrement qui réunit toute la famille Chu, à commencer par Tony Chu (enfin sorti de son fauteuil roulant), en passant par Rosemary Chu, Chow Chu, Sage Chu, Harold Chu Bao Chu, Charlie Chu, Ong Chu, Tang Chu et Olive Chu (la fille de Tony). Ce sera également l'occasion de découvrir Min Tso-Chu (la femme de Tony). Contre toute attente, c'est l'occasion que choisit le directeur Mike Applebee pour apprendre à Tony Chu qu'il est réintégré dans la FDA (Food and Drugs Administration). Tony Chu est bien décidé à venger le meurtre ayant endeuillé la famille Chu. John Colby et Caesar Valenzano ont une discussion à cœur ouvert. Colby est toujours partagé entre ses 2 amours (avec à nouveau une scène de lit). Jeremiah Cumberland (le vampire) dévoile son jeu. Et Poyo fait une brève apparition.

Ils sont forts, John Layman et Rob Guillory, et même très forts.
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Chew reste à mon avis une des meilleures séries du moment, avec à chaque tome son lot de surprises et de moments plus délirants les uns que les autres. Ce tome ne déroge pas à la règle, même s'il y a un léger ralentissement dans l'histoire (préparation au combat contre le "big bad" qui aura sans doute lieu dans le prochain tome).
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HASH(0x945ebfd8) étoiles sur 5 A well made appetizer that isn't quite filling enough 30 août 2013
Par Sam Quixote - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Aw, man, this is a tough review to write because I love Chew - but this book is the first one I would say is average at best instead of out and out fantastic like the rest of the series has been. I suppose it had to happen, no series is flawless (except for Jason Aaron and RM Guera's Scalped).

The story so far: Tony's sister Toni has been killed by the cibopathic vampire who seems to be preparing for a full-on war, and Tony is out for revenge. Meanwhile the egg worshippers who're somehow connected to the fire writing in the sky, the Divinity of the Immaculate Ova, also seem to be knuckling down for some crazy combat and won't shut up about the end of the world. Meanwhile Tony and Colby are back with the FDA and ready to kick some ass! LET'S DO IT!...

...except they don't.

John Layman could explore at least one of those interesting storylines in this book but chose instead to spin his wheels - that is, do nothing. Instead Tony throws himself into his work so there are numerous episodes of Tony taking on the egg worshippers (who've taken hostages at food places more than once in this book) and he takes them out using the baseball skills he honed earlier in the series (also more than once in this book).

There's a tense and abstract dinner scene between Tony and the head vampire who murdered his sister Toni though that's as far as Tony gets in pursuing his sister's killer. Fair enough, if we're saving the vampire for a later climax, what about the egg worshippers or the fire writing - can we get more into that? But no, it's teased that we'll find out about them in this book but don't. The high priestess of the cult pops up more than once, says some more doom prophecies, and then disappears again. It's so infuriating that Layman just won't commit to any one of these storylines, instead leaving this book to be about... nothing.

Well, that's not fair, there is plenty of stuff happening in this book, but they're small pieces here and there. The case of the energy drink that was designed to burn fat cells to help you lose weight and instead sets you on fire; the guy who makes ninja stars out of tortillas; Tony standing up to Applebee; and some brief panels showing Poyo fighting a giant gingerbread man and Pengthulu, a Lovecraftian penguin monster. All that stuff is great but they're oh so brief (though I'm definitely on board for a Wild West Chew spinoff!). Also I felt Layman went overboard with the number of food-related weirdos in this book. We go from one per issue to somewhere near 12 in the second to last issue - it's just too crazy and again feels like more wheel-spinning.

Colby's subplots aren't that great either. There's the ongoing thread about him and Applebee as lovers which feels like its run its course, but then factor in Director Penya too so that they're this weird love triangle, and that whole thing just doesn't feel very funny really - I kind of wish Layman had played it down instead of going into it nearly every issue. And the whole thing about Colby and Caesar in cahoots with Savoy was a dead end - it ended far too easily for a thread that got played up throughout the entire book.

Of course it's not enough to stop me reading the series, I'm committed until the end, but Bad Apples felt like a lot of plate-setting rather than the more substantial book I was expecting. To use an appropriate food analogy, it's like eating a series of delightful and well-made appetizers - and then discovering there's no entree and that's all you're getting.

Here's hoping the next book is more filling!
HASH(0x942c0048) étoiles sur 5 Solid 7 septembre 2013
Par C. Lawrence - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
If you're a fan of Chew, you know you're gonna love this volume. While the plot doesn't move at lightspeed, (and why would you want it to?) it doesn't move at a snail's pace either. Layman decides to focus more on Tony's anger over the recent events at the end of the last volume and while doing so, the reader gets a peak into his past along with the rest of the supporting cast's past lives as well. In the present it seems that the gears are starting to spin and set the series on its final course. The very early signs of the end as the various forces of the Chew-niverse start to clash, allegiances are formed or disintegrated, etc. I'm certainly to see what happens next since things are set into motion now!

And for the art, Guillory's signature art and style is as strong as ever. Showing Tony in a new light where he's taking names and kicking butt. It's fun to see a new side of Tony. There's also a ton of fun easter eggs to find if you're looking closely. And as always, Chew comes to life through Guillory's art. It's absolultely fantastic, and you can tell he's having a blast illustrating the fun new powers featured in this volume while also bringing the same seriousness when needed to a few key scenes as well.

So basically, Chew's great and you should be reading it. If you're not, you're missing out on one of Image's best series!
HASH(0x942c0324) étoiles sur 5 still going strong 2 septembre 2013
Par Frank L. Greenagel Jr. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This series will go down in the annals as one of the greats. The powers and plots are very different from what has come before (in any medium). Tony Chu is a hero who we can root for and also sympathize with (think of an Asian, identity-outed Peter Parker as a government agent). The cast of supporting characters are funny, quirky, irritating and full of life.

A previous reviewer stated that this was the first book in the series that wasn't that strong. If we are reading only for plot, I would agree that it has slowed down a little. But the quality of this book lies in the interplay between the characters and the little jokes on book covers & walls. Layman is continuing to put out an outstanding book, and fans of Chew will not be disappointed.
HASH(0x942c021c) étoiles sur 5 More great stuff from Guillory and Layman 21 septembre 2013
Par Bryce M Carroll - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
If you're all the way up to volume 7 in this series, chances are you're already making this purchase w/o reading the reviews. This is a quick read and more great art from Guillory (with his hidden jokes), and fantastic pacing and intriguing twists from Layman. Certainly worth picking up.
HASH(0x942c0408) étoiles sur 5 CHEW is hilarious 10 février 2014
Par Randy Craigo II - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I have always been a fan of dark comedy, and CHEW is exactly that.

CHEW follows Tony Chu who is a Cibopath, and his partner John Colby with the FDA, as they investigate chicken related crimes, oh and there is a rooster named Poyo, a cockfighting champion... How can you go wrong.
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