CM Podcast 116 – Green Valley

Once there were greenfields kissed by the sun;
Once there were valleys where rivers used to run;
Once there was blue sky with white clouds high above;
Once they were part of an everlasting love.
We were the lovers who strolled through greenfields.

These are the lyrics to the song Greenfields and I played a snippet of it at the start of the podcast but they hold meaning to the comic, Green Valley which is published by Image Comics.

You see, Green Valley starts very playful.  The Knights of Kelodia live in a great kingdom where they are admired by the townsfolk.  They all live happy, full lives and share everlasting love in the greenfields outside the walls of Kelodia.  That is, until one fateful day when all this good fortune is brought crashing down around them due to the tiniest of mistakes…

Green Valley is a comic written by Max Landis with pencils by Giuseppe Camuncoli.

This story is a tale of knights, sword and sorcery and it has a twist ending.  The covers also give away the ending and that is why I am only showing you the first 3 issues.  Jon and I go over the comic.  Jon talks about the story and characters, I talk about the twist and use some examples of how the twist was done in other media.  I also talk about where I thought the comic was going and my take on “how I would have written it”.  Finally, we end the podcast giving out final score on the overall story.

There are plenty of spoilers in the review and we do warn you when we start getting into spoiler territory so if you want to hear the “spoiler-free” version.  Listen to the podcast until 7:35 then jump to 58:09 for the final review.

See you next week with our review of the Boston Comic Con 2017.

Your comics pal,

Jim

Comics Misremembered Podcast 116

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