|Reviews for Slick McCool's Grindhouse Theatre|
| Jave Harron chapter 2 . 2/16/2009
The Erik von Daniken inspired cult was a hilarious bit in this chapter. Awesome to see UFOs in their 'natural environment.' Maybe we'll see some ancient astronauts soon enough?
| NeptunesBlue chapter 1 . 2/8/2009
first off, awesome title hahaha. update soon please, this was such a fun read. i picture slick as a cross between the marlboro man and bono during the movie across the universe lol, hope that's accurate! looking forward to more
| Jave Harron chapter 1 . 2/7/2009
Fun way to start off your 70s adventures. Looking forward to seeing all sorts of awesomeness. Will Slick ever travel abroad?
| rikun1 chapter 1 . 2/7/2009
Woot! This was a fun read. I'm hoping there'll be a few more chapters soon that focus on Slick's character and background better. As this was a first chapter, though, that's not a minus against you. He's interesting enough that I'd love to see more.
You seem to have a love for katanas. Not that there's anything wrong with that, but it might have been more interesting to give Slick a different weapon, as Lazaras in Miami Voodoo used the same thing. Again, not complaining, as katanas are badass. Slick seems to be more adapt at using his than Lazaras, so that's a nice change of pace. Two characters with the same weapon but varying levels of skill is good, too.
I think Slick should have some kind of sidekick or companion. As Lazaras had Clancy to play the role of the innocent youth, maybe Slick should have a female counterpart. Perhaps a right-wing quasi-fundamentalist to counter the bohemian Hippie counterculture that was predominant in the sixties and seventies. I'd also enjoy seeing a one-shot team up between Lazaras and Slick, with Clancy in the background to provide running commentary.
Anyway, that's my two bucks worth of a review. Great job, and hope to see more of this soon. I should be peppering your McCoy story with my reviewing presence soon!