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    Reviews - Wormwood: Gentleman Corpse - HC vol. 02

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8/10 - Uthor
Wormwood gets poisoned by a leprechaun, and thus has to travel into their dimension for a cure. It's a setup for a bunch of good jokes ("I feel pretty."), but I don't like this arc as much as the first one. I think it's because the leprechauns are just too annoying. There's a nice one-shot at the end of the volume where Wormwood nonchalantly saves the world by keeping the four horsemen occupied with drugs and whores. It's charming because he really does save the world, but no one believes him. Seems like a common occurrence in Wormwood's life.




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