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Review – Six Sidekicks of Trigger Keaton #6

Review – Six Sidekicks of Trigger Keaton #6

Review – Six Sidekicks of Trigger Keaton #6

Writer: Kyle Starks

Artist, Cover: Chris Schweizer

Colour Assistant: Liz Trice Schweizer

Publisher: Image Comics

Available: 10th November 2021

Review – Six Sidekicks of Trigger Keaton #6

Episode 6: Precinct Blues

We’ve come to the conclusion, my friends. Have these six dummies figured out who killed their terribly unlikable TV star employer? Will they get their satisfaction? Will they likely have to fight some more? Yes, my friends, they will definitely have to fight some more! That’s what we’re here for! Fights and dumb mysteries! Come and enjoy this satisfying conclusion to these six finding friendship and the killer and maybe a better life too. Or maybe not. Maybe it all goes to crap. We’re not going to just give it away.

Review – Six Sidekicks of Trigger Keaton #6

Writer: Kyle Starks

After the custom flashback, which fits in the missing jigsaw piece, we find out the murderer is… Luther Alazar!

Who do you ask? Well, he’s the studio head who got fed up with Keaton’s trail of broken stuntmen, lawsuits and terrible acting. Taking the law into his own hands he uses his Samoan bodyguards to do the dirty deed. But will the six idiots have the skill, talents and ability to take on the three men mountains?

Starks stays true to the end in this finale. we get stuntmen wars, redemption (kinda) and Terry finally finds out that he’s wearing a Kimono, not Komodo. It’s an abstract, confusing and chaotic finish to one of the freshest books of the year.

As with previous issues, there are extras a-plenty with the final TV poster for the show Precinct Blues as well as an amazing IMDB spoof page of actor Trigger Keaton.

Artist, Cover: Chris Schweizer

The mid-issue fight with the Samoan bodyguards is both scripted but more importantly Schweitzer’s amazing artwork. Have a look at the way he’s drawn Terry’s entrance to Luther’s office

It’s of course a story of six idiots, fighting and solving crime but I think in any other artists hands it wouldn’t have been half as entertaining with loads of background, facial expressions and of course, stuntmen fights all read with a broad smile on my face.

Overall Thoughts

A good crime mystery should show the criminal as often as possible while the sleuths piece together the clues that lead to them. This story flips the trope on its head and instead we have a bunch of idiots blaming each other while nobody cares that there was a murder. Perhaps the next book will see the death of Terry Komodo and The Five Fuckwits of Terry Komodo?

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