Read Newton Gimmick's review of Jay Piscopo's new comic book The Sea Ghost #1: The Sea Ghost in the Machine on Infinite Hollywood at this link.
Here are a few excerpts from the review:
As someone who loves reading old comics from publishers like Gold Key or Charlton, the style that Piscopo exudes is right in line with the classics. This comic could have easily been on the shelves in the Silver Age of comics and yet, never feels dated or contrived. Jay has a love for the simple but fun storytelling style that has an emphasis on adventure. Sea Ghost takes us to many fantastic worlds and shows off some incredible creatures and battles, but unlike many modern comics that overloads us with complicated story or complex art, everything here is kept simple but effective.
It's a classic comic, done in the same sort of excellent tradition that got so many of us into comic books in the first place.
I think everybody can identify with Sea Ghost on some level. He's an inspired creation that feels so natural. One part Space Ghost, one part Aquaman, yet he never feels like some sort of clone. That's part of what makes all of Jay Piscopo's creations work... They're genuine. There are hundreds of comics on the shelf today, from some of the best artists and writers and the biggest publishers in the world, but few if any have the heart and soul that Sea Ghost does.
The Sea Ghost #1: The Sea Ghost in the Machine
Published by Nemo Publishing
Written and illustrated by Jay Piscopo
36 Pages | Full Color | $3.99
DIAMOND CODE -- JAN111269
Check it out on p.298 of January PREVIEWS