The Gingerdead Man Meets Evil Bong #1



The killer cookie returns and this time he may have met his match as he squares up against EeBee the Evil Bong.

Picking up after the events of “Baking Bad” the Gingerdead man is looking for a new (and much less squished) cookie body.

When he is stepped on in the street and taken into a pot shop, he takes the opportunity to possess a pot cookie that has been eaten by a stoner.

Now back to full strength he continues his killing spree as he works his way through the customers one by one until only the store manager is left, unfortunately for Ging she isn’t alone. EeBee doesn’t stand for his nonsense and quickly dispatches Ging to the stoners equivalent of candy land where she assumes he will be trapped forever.

If you know the Gingerdead man then you know that’s not gonna stop him, battling his way through a horde of crazy killer candy kids and gang of hopelessly baked horses before finding a wizard that will grant him a wish.

Wishing of course to return to the real world Ging goes that extra mile and returns, not as the Gingerdead man but rather the Gingerdead human. Now in his full grown (deformed) body.

EeBee better watch out as Ging is gunning for revenge and I doubt he’ll puff puff pass up the opportunity to make her suffer.

This book, as with all the Gingerdead man titles I’ve read in the past are so much fun, the puns don’t stop as he has a one liner for every kill that fits the situation perfectly.

Reading this issue gave me a very good idea of what it must feel like to be high, from the crazy candy land to creepy ass human version of him, this title has everything we’ve come to know and love about our old pal Ging.

The art is fun, silly and over the top gore makes it a joy to look at and the absolutely bonkers story makes it all the better.

As with the other Gingerdead titles this will be one I look forward to each month.

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I've been collecting comics since I was 13. A comic shop near where I lived was closing down and selling all their back issues for 25p. My cousin and I had a look around. I had £5 and spent it all on Wonder Woman comics. For the next decade I picked up a few more here and there but nothing serious until I spent the day in the centre of London and saw half a dozen comic book stores. It didn't take long after that to complete the whole 226 issue run. While collecting Wonder Woman comics, several more titles peeked my interest including Supergirl and Young Justice by Peter David which to this day have been my all time favourite comic runs. Now I'm almost 8,000 comics deep into my obsession and have been lucky enough to review comics for the past couple of years and now have my own site to share my passion.

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