Writer: Dan Watters
Artist & Colorist: Kishore Mohan
Letterer: Aditya Bidikar
Designer: Tim Daniel
Cover A: Kishore Mohan
Cover B: Adam Gorham
On Sale: 4/14/2021
“The Paris Ripper – the artist of deadly paintings – has completed his masterwork, and the city stands poised to change forever. But he is about to be confronted with what ever artist truly fears – a critic who knows what he’s talking about.”
Take a step into one of the experiments, and finally get an idea of what the masterwork for the Paris Ripper really is. I think it’s incredibly clever that the way this was written makes you feel like everything is being presented to.you just as it is the characters. We’re also experiencing this along with them. At least, that’s how it feels for me. This issue was excellent, and that reveal! So good.
Again, I admire the beauty of this art. And great art is needed in a book about great artists and art critics. The way the masterwork is presented in this issue is excellent, and the uses of color in it are exquisite. The lettering it fantastic as well.
Grab issue three of The Picture of Everything Else this week and take in the masterwork for yourself.