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Comic Book Previews & Reviews: Rob Guillory

Chew #52
Review: Chew #52
3 Comic Reviews
In John Layman and Rob Guillory's "Chew" #52, Tony Chu and John Colby are on a new FDA mission that sends them back to Yamapalu and into the orbit of Mason Savoy.
Chew #46
Review: Chew #46
3 Comic Reviews
In "Chew" #46 by John Layman and Rob Guillory, the FDA marches on after last issue's bloody battle. Tony is assigned yet another new partner, and readers find out what Colby's big plan is.
Chew #45
Review: Chew #45
3 Comic Reviews
In "Chew" #45 by John Layman and Rob Guillory, most of the FDA team is under the knife in ER after last issue's disastrous attempt to collect The Collector, and the last page has a jaw-dropping plot twist.
Chew/Revival #1
Review: Chew/Revival #1
3 Comic Reviews
"Chew/Revival" by John Layman, Tim Seeley, Rob Guillory and Mike Norton is an unlikely crossover, but the Chewverse and Rothschild, Wisconsin meld together surprisingly well, and fans of the two series will be more than satisfied.
Chew #39
Review: Chew #39
3 Comic Reviews
In "Chew" #39 by John Layman and Rob Guillory, Tony Chu remains depressed and stymied by the loss of access to his twin Toni's memories, but Amelia and Olive sneak into the FDA to steal some drugs and save the day.
Chew #37
Review: Chew #37
3 Comic Reviews
"Chew" #37 by John Layman and Rob Guillory is Part 2 of the "Family Recipes" storyline, with guest appearances from several Chu family members and a revelation from a visit to the FDA Supermax prison.
Chew #34
Review: Chew #34
3 Comic Reviews
In "Chew" #34, John Layman and Rob Guillory reveal The Collector's gruesome but fruitful past as it leads up to his present-day face-off with Tony Chu, while Colby and Savoy find some leverage against new character Senator David Eccles.
Chew #33
Review: Chew #33
3 Comic Reviews
In "Chew" #33, John Layman and Rob Guillory have Tony Chu assist the US Navy with the pursuit of the church/cult of the Immaculate Ova, in part three of the "Bad Apples" storyline. If that isn't enough, Poyo makes a cameo appearan
Chew #31
Review: Chew #31
3 Comic Reviews
In "Chew" #31, John Layman and Rob Guillory present a new story arc, "Bad Apples," in which a funeral segues into flames and more chicken jokes as Tony Chu and John Colby get back in the FDA saddle.
Chew #30
Review: Chew #30
3 Comic Reviews
"Chew" hits its halfway point, with John Layman and Rob Guillory teaming up once again to put the readers through a funny sort of hell, as Toni Chu prepares for her wedding day.
Chew #28
Review: Chew #28
3 Comic Reviews
In "Chew" #28, John Layman and Rob Guillory serve up another tasty plate of "Space Cakes." Toni Chu meets Poyo, John Colby and Caesar Valenzano team up, and Tony Chu spends most of the issue heavily drugged up and hallucinating.
Chew #27
Review: Chew #27
3 Comic Reviews
No your eyes are not playing tricks on you. You are not hallucinating. Nor is that '27' on the cover one of the many typographical errors you'll find cleverly hidden within this issue.
Chew #8
Review: Chew #8
3 Comic Reviews
Determined to decide if "Chew" is really as fun (fun?!?) as he's heard and read, Doug samples (ha! Get it?) the most recent issue. Mmmm. Not bad. Funny aftertaste, but not bad. . .