Farmhand, Vol. 1

Farmhand, Vol. 1

Jedidiah Jenkins is a farmer--but his cash crop isn't corn or soy. Jed grows fast-healing, plug-and-play human organs. Lose a finger? Need a new liver? He's got you covered. Unfortunately, strange produce isn't the only thing Jed's got buried. Deep in the soil of the Jenkins Family Farm, something dark has taken root, and it's beginning to bloom. From ROB GUILLORY, Eisner- Jedidiah Jenkins is a farmer--but his cash crop isn't corn or soy. Jed grows fast-healing, plug-and-play human organs. Lo...

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Title:Farmhand, Vol. 1
Author:Rob Guillory
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:1534309853
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:152 pages pages

Farmhand, Vol. 1 Reviews

  • karen
    Jul 15, 2018

    things are aFOOT!! review TK ************************************** hello, you! welcome back! now gimmie gimmie gimmie! ...

  • John
    Jan 21, 2019

    things are aFOOT!! review TK ************************************** hello, you! welcome back! now gimmie gimmie gimmie! ...

    Old Jedidiah had a farm, E-I-E-I-O, And on that farm he grew some human body parts, ? Eeeeeeeeee! Jedidiah Jenkins has figgered out a way to grow human body parts, like crops, on his farm, ready for transplantation. Surprisingly, there?s some controversy around his franke...

    Rob Guillory, the artist best known for drawing Chew, is back as both the writer and the artist on his latest Image series, Farmhand. I usually try to avoid the works of artists who turn writers since that usually doesn?t work out very well, but I was so into Chew (well, most of it, ...

    Imagine if you can grow new parts of people on plants? Like you need a new arm? No problem, let me cut that off my tree and give it to you. This is a story about a family trying to come together once more. The Jenkins family was ripped apart when the father went into the business o...

    The story and art remind me of Plants Vs. Zombies except this isn't funny at all. Lots of gratuitous violence toward animals and incredibly unlikable characters. It's disappointing because this sounded like a cool concept. Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 Tota...

    Very Chew-like in its wacky goriness. Love the art. But needs more humor. ...

    Farmhand is a new ongoing series by Rob Guillory (artist on Chew) and the over-the-top craziness is making Farmhand kinda simillar. So if you are a fan of Chew (I am not), you'll most likely love it. Anyways Jedediah Jenkins has a farm where he grows spare human body parts. His bus...

    The artwork is wacky and gorgeous but something about the story didnt feel like it ever got going. I also found there were too many characters and very dialgoue heavy, with some dialogue unnecessary for the movement of the plot. ...

    You know that argument against genetically modified plants? How would you feel about them if instead of growing flowers, they grew human body parts, fresh and ready for transplant? Never thought about that before? Well, now you will - welcome to Farmhand. Farmhand's first volume...

    3.5 stars Though not the best, this was a pretty decent book with an intriguing (and somewhat original) concept. Can't wait to see where it goes next ...

    Another hit from 2018! This book was a really fun and creepy experience. At first I thought it was gonna be more serious but really it had me giggling instead. There were a few panels that I'd just looked at and busted out laughing, its pretty great. But just because its funny, does...

    Another reason to go vegan. Macabre fun. ...

  • Craig
    Feb 24, 2019

    things are aFOOT!! review TK ************************************** hello, you! welcome back! now gimmie gimmie gimmie! ...

    Old Jedidiah had a farm, E-I-E-I-O, And on that farm he grew some human body parts, ? Eeeeeeeeee! Jedidiah Jenkins has figgered out a way to grow human body parts, like crops, on his farm, ready for transplantation. Surprisingly, there?s some controversy around his franke...

    Rob Guillory, the artist best known for drawing Chew, is back as both the writer and the artist on his latest Image series, Farmhand. I usually try to avoid the works of artists who turn writers since that usually doesn?t work out very well, but I was so into Chew (well, most of it, ...

    Imagine if you can grow new parts of people on plants? Like you need a new arm? No problem, let me cut that off my tree and give it to you. This is a story about a family trying to come together once more. The Jenkins family was ripped apart when the father went into the business o...

    The story and art remind me of Plants Vs. Zombies except this isn't funny at all. Lots of gratuitous violence toward animals and incredibly unlikable characters. It's disappointing because this sounded like a cool concept. Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 Tota...

    Very Chew-like in its wacky goriness. Love the art. But needs more humor. ...

    Farmhand is a new ongoing series by Rob Guillory (artist on Chew) and the over-the-top craziness is making Farmhand kinda simillar. So if you are a fan of Chew (I am not), you'll most likely love it. Anyways Jedediah Jenkins has a farm where he grows spare human body parts. His bus...

    The artwork is wacky and gorgeous but something about the story didnt feel like it ever got going. I also found there were too many characters and very dialgoue heavy, with some dialogue unnecessary for the movement of the plot. ...

    You know that argument against genetically modified plants? How would you feel about them if instead of growing flowers, they grew human body parts, fresh and ready for transplant? Never thought about that before? Well, now you will - welcome to Farmhand. Farmhand's first volume...

    3.5 stars Though not the best, this was a pretty decent book with an intriguing (and somewhat original) concept. Can't wait to see where it goes next ...

    Another hit from 2018! This book was a really fun and creepy experience. At first I thought it was gonna be more serious but really it had me giggling instead. There were a few panels that I'd just looked at and busted out laughing, its pretty great. But just because its funny, does...

    Another reason to go vegan. Macabre fun. ...

    This comic was just not my kind of thing at all. I was intrigued by the story of a farm that grew organs gone horribly wrong but this comic tries to not only be funny but also keep its dark, thriller side of the story intact and it just does not work for me. Also, at the points it was ...

    I was wondering how much responsibility Rob Gulliroy should take for all the fucked up shit in Chew ... based on this book, it seems like all of it. Chew was batshit insane, but this cranks it up to eleven. I loved Gulliroy's art right from the beginning... it was so unique and car...

    An intriguing premise, bright, distinct artwork, and a gruesome but comedic undertone, Farmhand Volume One has a lot going for it. Writer Ezekiel returns home near his family?s farm after an unspecified fallout with his father years earlier, his wife and two children in tow. The ...

    *I received this book as an eARC from Image Comics via Edelweiss* "Farm"aceutical stem cell research! PLants growing with human body parts! Think of the "Living with the Land" EPCOT ride meets a Haunted House. A son returns to his hometown with his family. His father has gone fr...

    It's got the same weird-humor vibe as Chew and the story so far is not that far removed from the earlier series. It's good to have Guillory back on an ongoing title. This is his first creator-owned book and focuses on the Jenkins family whose patriarch, Jed, has come up with a way to g...

  • zackxdig
    Nov 24, 2018

    things are aFOOT!! review TK ************************************** hello, you! welcome back! now gimmie gimmie gimmie! ...

    Old Jedidiah had a farm, E-I-E-I-O, And on that farm he grew some human body parts, ? Eeeeeeeeee! Jedidiah Jenkins has figgered out a way to grow human body parts, like crops, on his farm, ready for transplantation. Surprisingly, there?s some controversy around his franke...

    Rob Guillory, the artist best known for drawing Chew, is back as both the writer and the artist on his latest Image series, Farmhand. I usually try to avoid the works of artists who turn writers since that usually doesn?t work out very well, but I was so into Chew (well, most of it, ...

    Imagine if you can grow new parts of people on plants? Like you need a new arm? No problem, let me cut that off my tree and give it to you. This is a story about a family trying to come together once more. The Jenkins family was ripped apart when the father went into the business o...

    The story and art remind me of Plants Vs. Zombies except this isn't funny at all. Lots of gratuitous violence toward animals and incredibly unlikable characters. It's disappointing because this sounded like a cool concept. Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 Tota...

    Very Chew-like in its wacky goriness. Love the art. But needs more humor. ...

    Farmhand is a new ongoing series by Rob Guillory (artist on Chew) and the over-the-top craziness is making Farmhand kinda simillar. So if you are a fan of Chew (I am not), you'll most likely love it. Anyways Jedediah Jenkins has a farm where he grows spare human body parts. His bus...

    The artwork is wacky and gorgeous but something about the story didnt feel like it ever got going. I also found there were too many characters and very dialgoue heavy, with some dialogue unnecessary for the movement of the plot. ...

    You know that argument against genetically modified plants? How would you feel about them if instead of growing flowers, they grew human body parts, fresh and ready for transplant? Never thought about that before? Well, now you will - welcome to Farmhand. Farmhand's first volume...

    3.5 stars Though not the best, this was a pretty decent book with an intriguing (and somewhat original) concept. Can't wait to see where it goes next ...

    Another hit from 2018! This book was a really fun and creepy experience. At first I thought it was gonna be more serious but really it had me giggling instead. There were a few panels that I'd just looked at and busted out laughing, its pretty great. But just because its funny, does...

    Another reason to go vegan. Macabre fun. ...

    This comic was just not my kind of thing at all. I was intrigued by the story of a farm that grew organs gone horribly wrong but this comic tries to not only be funny but also keep its dark, thriller side of the story intact and it just does not work for me. Also, at the points it was ...

    I was wondering how much responsibility Rob Gulliroy should take for all the fucked up shit in Chew ... based on this book, it seems like all of it. Chew was batshit insane, but this cranks it up to eleven. I loved Gulliroy's art right from the beginning... it was so unique and car...

    An intriguing premise, bright, distinct artwork, and a gruesome but comedic undertone, Farmhand Volume One has a lot going for it. Writer Ezekiel returns home near his family?s farm after an unspecified fallout with his father years earlier, his wife and two children in tow. The ...

    *I received this book as an eARC from Image Comics via Edelweiss* "Farm"aceutical stem cell research! PLants growing with human body parts! Think of the "Living with the Land" EPCOT ride meets a Haunted House. A son returns to his hometown with his family. His father has gone fr...

    It's got the same weird-humor vibe as Chew and the story so far is not that far removed from the earlier series. It's good to have Guillory back on an ongoing title. This is his first creator-owned book and focuses on the Jenkins family whose patriarch, Jed, has come up with a way to g...

    Rural Louisiana, complete with plenty of references to Creole and Cajun culture, is a great setting for this blending of technology, agriculture, and the supernatural braided into a story of an estranged father and son trying to reconcile their past. There is just the right balance of ...

    I liked CHEW. I like this. ...

    Didn?t know what to expect, but gave this a shot because I enjoyed Chew so much. Well done! ...

    After finishing John Layman & Guillory's Chew, I wondered if I'd ever read a comic quite so original again. But Guillory's Farmhand pulls it off. His art also still manages to convey horror and be funny simultaneously. That's hard enough to do well in movies, never mind in comics. ...

    If you just take a quick look at this book, you won?t think it contains the story that it does. In a cartoony style, the characters just seem like normal people. That is, until you learn that the father of the main characters is a genius. He created a kind of artificial life, using p...

    Some kind of Soylent Green ? meets Poison Ivy ? drama goes on here. In Hicksville, USA, a man reluctantly goes back to the family fold, which is where he finds his elderly father engrossed in a bizarre organ farm ? literally getting flowers, shrubs and trees to use a unique stem ...

    Farmhand pulls off that rare balance between dark comedy, horror, and family drama that results in the reader caring what happens next. Well done. ...

    A farm that grows body parts. What more could there be in this crazy world. ...

  • Shannon
    Nov 10, 2018

    things are aFOOT!! review TK ************************************** hello, you! welcome back! now gimmie gimmie gimmie! ...

    Old Jedidiah had a farm, E-I-E-I-O, And on that farm he grew some human body parts, ? Eeeeeeeeee! Jedidiah Jenkins has figgered out a way to grow human body parts, like crops, on his farm, ready for transplantation. Surprisingly, there?s some controversy around his franke...

    Rob Guillory, the artist best known for drawing Chew, is back as both the writer and the artist on his latest Image series, Farmhand. I usually try to avoid the works of artists who turn writers since that usually doesn?t work out very well, but I was so into Chew (well, most of it, ...

    Imagine if you can grow new parts of people on plants? Like you need a new arm? No problem, let me cut that off my tree and give it to you. This is a story about a family trying to come together once more. The Jenkins family was ripped apart when the father went into the business o...

    The story and art remind me of Plants Vs. Zombies except this isn't funny at all. Lots of gratuitous violence toward animals and incredibly unlikable characters. It's disappointing because this sounded like a cool concept. Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 Tota...

  • Tatiana
    Feb 02, 2019

    things are aFOOT!! review TK ************************************** hello, you! welcome back! now gimmie gimmie gimmie! ...

    Old Jedidiah had a farm, E-I-E-I-O, And on that farm he grew some human body parts, ? Eeeeeeeeee! Jedidiah Jenkins has figgered out a way to grow human body parts, like crops, on his farm, ready for transplantation. Surprisingly, there?s some controversy around his franke...

    Rob Guillory, the artist best known for drawing Chew, is back as both the writer and the artist on his latest Image series, Farmhand. I usually try to avoid the works of artists who turn writers since that usually doesn?t work out very well, but I was so into Chew (well, most of it, ...

    Imagine if you can grow new parts of people on plants? Like you need a new arm? No problem, let me cut that off my tree and give it to you. This is a story about a family trying to come together once more. The Jenkins family was ripped apart when the father went into the business o...

    The story and art remind me of Plants Vs. Zombies except this isn't funny at all. Lots of gratuitous violence toward animals and incredibly unlikable characters. It's disappointing because this sounded like a cool concept. Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 Tota...

    Very Chew-like in its wacky goriness. Love the art. But needs more humor. ...

  • Paul Decker
    Jan 29, 2019

    things are aFOOT!! review TK ************************************** hello, you! welcome back! now gimmie gimmie gimmie! ...

    Old Jedidiah had a farm, E-I-E-I-O, And on that farm he grew some human body parts, ? Eeeeeeeeee! Jedidiah Jenkins has figgered out a way to grow human body parts, like crops, on his farm, ready for transplantation. Surprisingly, there?s some controversy around his franke...

    Rob Guillory, the artist best known for drawing Chew, is back as both the writer and the artist on his latest Image series, Farmhand. I usually try to avoid the works of artists who turn writers since that usually doesn?t work out very well, but I was so into Chew (well, most of it, ...

    Imagine if you can grow new parts of people on plants? Like you need a new arm? No problem, let me cut that off my tree and give it to you. This is a story about a family trying to come together once more. The Jenkins family was ripped apart when the father went into the business o...

    The story and art remind me of Plants Vs. Zombies except this isn't funny at all. Lots of gratuitous violence toward animals and incredibly unlikable characters. It's disappointing because this sounded like a cool concept. Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 Tota...

    Very Chew-like in its wacky goriness. Love the art. But needs more humor. ...

    Farmhand is a new ongoing series by Rob Guillory (artist on Chew) and the over-the-top craziness is making Farmhand kinda simillar. So if you are a fan of Chew (I am not), you'll most likely love it. Anyways Jedediah Jenkins has a farm where he grows spare human body parts. His bus...

    The artwork is wacky and gorgeous but something about the story didnt feel like it ever got going. I also found there were too many characters and very dialgoue heavy, with some dialogue unnecessary for the movement of the plot. ...

    You know that argument against genetically modified plants? How would you feel about them if instead of growing flowers, they grew human body parts, fresh and ready for transplant? Never thought about that before? Well, now you will - welcome to Farmhand. Farmhand's first volume...

    3.5 stars Though not the best, this was a pretty decent book with an intriguing (and somewhat original) concept. Can't wait to see where it goes next ...

    Another hit from 2018! This book was a really fun and creepy experience. At first I thought it was gonna be more serious but really it had me giggling instead. There were a few panels that I'd just looked at and busted out laughing, its pretty great. But just because its funny, does...

    Another reason to go vegan. Macabre fun. ...

    This comic was just not my kind of thing at all. I was intrigued by the story of a farm that grew organs gone horribly wrong but this comic tries to not only be funny but also keep its dark, thriller side of the story intact and it just does not work for me. Also, at the points it was ...

    I was wondering how much responsibility Rob Gulliroy should take for all the fucked up shit in Chew ... based on this book, it seems like all of it. Chew was batshit insane, but this cranks it up to eleven. I loved Gulliroy's art right from the beginning... it was so unique and car...

    An intriguing premise, bright, distinct artwork, and a gruesome but comedic undertone, Farmhand Volume One has a lot going for it. Writer Ezekiel returns home near his family?s farm after an unspecified fallout with his father years earlier, his wife and two children in tow. The ...

    *I received this book as an eARC from Image Comics via Edelweiss* "Farm"aceutical stem cell research! PLants growing with human body parts! Think of the "Living with the Land" EPCOT ride meets a Haunted House. A son returns to his hometown with his family. His father has gone fr...

  • Katya Kazbek
    Jan 09, 2019

    things are aFOOT!! review TK ************************************** hello, you! welcome back! now gimmie gimmie gimmie! ...

    Old Jedidiah had a farm, E-I-E-I-O, And on that farm he grew some human body parts, ? Eeeeeeeeee! Jedidiah Jenkins has figgered out a way to grow human body parts, like crops, on his farm, ready for transplantation. Surprisingly, there?s some controversy around his franke...

    Rob Guillory, the artist best known for drawing Chew, is back as both the writer and the artist on his latest Image series, Farmhand. I usually try to avoid the works of artists who turn writers since that usually doesn?t work out very well, but I was so into Chew (well, most of it, ...

    Imagine if you can grow new parts of people on plants? Like you need a new arm? No problem, let me cut that off my tree and give it to you. This is a story about a family trying to come together once more. The Jenkins family was ripped apart when the father went into the business o...

    The story and art remind me of Plants Vs. Zombies except this isn't funny at all. Lots of gratuitous violence toward animals and incredibly unlikable characters. It's disappointing because this sounded like a cool concept. Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 Tota...

    Very Chew-like in its wacky goriness. Love the art. But needs more humor. ...

    Farmhand is a new ongoing series by Rob Guillory (artist on Chew) and the over-the-top craziness is making Farmhand kinda simillar. So if you are a fan of Chew (I am not), you'll most likely love it. Anyways Jedediah Jenkins has a farm where he grows spare human body parts. His bus...

    The artwork is wacky and gorgeous but something about the story didnt feel like it ever got going. I also found there were too many characters and very dialgoue heavy, with some dialogue unnecessary for the movement of the plot. ...

    You know that argument against genetically modified plants? How would you feel about them if instead of growing flowers, they grew human body parts, fresh and ready for transplant? Never thought about that before? Well, now you will - welcome to Farmhand. Farmhand's first volume...

    3.5 stars Though not the best, this was a pretty decent book with an intriguing (and somewhat original) concept. Can't wait to see where it goes next ...

    Another hit from 2018! This book was a really fun and creepy experience. At first I thought it was gonna be more serious but really it had me giggling instead. There were a few panels that I'd just looked at and busted out laughing, its pretty great. But just because its funny, does...

    Another reason to go vegan. Macabre fun. ...

    This comic was just not my kind of thing at all. I was intrigued by the story of a farm that grew organs gone horribly wrong but this comic tries to not only be funny but also keep its dark, thriller side of the story intact and it just does not work for me. Also, at the points it was ...

    I was wondering how much responsibility Rob Gulliroy should take for all the fucked up shit in Chew ... based on this book, it seems like all of it. Chew was batshit insane, but this cranks it up to eleven. I loved Gulliroy's art right from the beginning... it was so unique and car...

    An intriguing premise, bright, distinct artwork, and a gruesome but comedic undertone, Farmhand Volume One has a lot going for it. Writer Ezekiel returns home near his family?s farm after an unspecified fallout with his father years earlier, his wife and two children in tow. The ...

    *I received this book as an eARC from Image Comics via Edelweiss* "Farm"aceutical stem cell research! PLants growing with human body parts! Think of the "Living with the Land" EPCOT ride meets a Haunted House. A son returns to his hometown with his family. His father has gone fr...

    It's got the same weird-humor vibe as Chew and the story so far is not that far removed from the earlier series. It's good to have Guillory back on an ongoing title. This is his first creator-owned book and focuses on the Jenkins family whose patriarch, Jed, has come up with a way to g...

    Rural Louisiana, complete with plenty of references to Creole and Cajun culture, is a great setting for this blending of technology, agriculture, and the supernatural braided into a story of an estranged father and son trying to reconcile their past. There is just the right balance of ...

    I liked CHEW. I like this. ...

    Didn?t know what to expect, but gave this a shot because I enjoyed Chew so much. Well done! ...

    After finishing John Layman & Guillory's Chew, I wondered if I'd ever read a comic quite so original again. But Guillory's Farmhand pulls it off. His art also still manages to convey horror and be funny simultaneously. That's hard enough to do well in movies, never mind in comics. ...

    If you just take a quick look at this book, you won?t think it contains the story that it does. In a cartoony style, the characters just seem like normal people. That is, until you learn that the father of the main characters is a genius. He created a kind of artificial life, using p...

    Some kind of Soylent Green ? meets Poison Ivy ? drama goes on here. In Hicksville, USA, a man reluctantly goes back to the family fold, which is where he finds his elderly father engrossed in a bizarre organ farm ? literally getting flowers, shrubs and trees to use a unique stem ...

    Farmhand pulls off that rare balance between dark comedy, horror, and family drama that results in the reader caring what happens next. Well done. ...

    A farm that grows body parts. What more could there be in this crazy world. ...

    A fun series with amusing background scribblings to look out for. Lots of set up for the next arc, can't wait! ...

    pretty fun all the way through, although the minor humor deets give me nostalgic Jhonen Vasquez vibes. The ending's got me hooked and eager for the second arc. ...

    Hoo boy, this book is a wild ride. Family secrets, political drama, disabled Russian child spies; Rob Guillory?s ?Farmhand? has a little bit of something for everyone, and those things are just the subplot stuff. The main plot is about a farm that grows human limbs, organs, and o...

    Transplants are dangerous, prosthetics can be so expensive. What if we could just grow the new parts we needed? Zeke left the farm as of his father as a young man to make comics, but he?s grown a lot since then, and now he?s called home in the interest of cutting costs. He make...

    Orphan Black meets the Walking Dead meets Soylent Green, delightfully set in the farmland of Louisiana. An offbeat, fun and creepy story that left me wanting for more. I?m not usually into this very glossy style of illustration, but I enjoyed it a lot, especially on the close-ups: th...

  • Matt Miles
    Nov 08, 2018

    things are aFOOT!! review TK ************************************** hello, you! welcome back! now gimmie gimmie gimmie! ...

    Old Jedidiah had a farm, E-I-E-I-O, And on that farm he grew some human body parts, ? Eeeeeeeeee! Jedidiah Jenkins has figgered out a way to grow human body parts, like crops, on his farm, ready for transplantation. Surprisingly, there?s some controversy around his franke...

    Rob Guillory, the artist best known for drawing Chew, is back as both the writer and the artist on his latest Image series, Farmhand. I usually try to avoid the works of artists who turn writers since that usually doesn?t work out very well, but I was so into Chew (well, most of it, ...

    Imagine if you can grow new parts of people on plants? Like you need a new arm? No problem, let me cut that off my tree and give it to you. This is a story about a family trying to come together once more. The Jenkins family was ripped apart when the father went into the business o...

    The story and art remind me of Plants Vs. Zombies except this isn't funny at all. Lots of gratuitous violence toward animals and incredibly unlikable characters. It's disappointing because this sounded like a cool concept. Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 Tota...

    Very Chew-like in its wacky goriness. Love the art. But needs more humor. ...

    Farmhand is a new ongoing series by Rob Guillory (artist on Chew) and the over-the-top craziness is making Farmhand kinda simillar. So if you are a fan of Chew (I am not), you'll most likely love it. Anyways Jedediah Jenkins has a farm where he grows spare human body parts. His bus...

    The artwork is wacky and gorgeous but something about the story didnt feel like it ever got going. I also found there were too many characters and very dialgoue heavy, with some dialogue unnecessary for the movement of the plot. ...

    You know that argument against genetically modified plants? How would you feel about them if instead of growing flowers, they grew human body parts, fresh and ready for transplant? Never thought about that before? Well, now you will - welcome to Farmhand. Farmhand's first volume...

    3.5 stars Though not the best, this was a pretty decent book with an intriguing (and somewhat original) concept. Can't wait to see where it goes next ...

    Another hit from 2018! This book was a really fun and creepy experience. At first I thought it was gonna be more serious but really it had me giggling instead. There were a few panels that I'd just looked at and busted out laughing, its pretty great. But just because its funny, does...

    Another reason to go vegan. Macabre fun. ...

    This comic was just not my kind of thing at all. I was intrigued by the story of a farm that grew organs gone horribly wrong but this comic tries to not only be funny but also keep its dark, thriller side of the story intact and it just does not work for me. Also, at the points it was ...

    I was wondering how much responsibility Rob Gulliroy should take for all the fucked up shit in Chew ... based on this book, it seems like all of it. Chew was batshit insane, but this cranks it up to eleven. I loved Gulliroy's art right from the beginning... it was so unique and car...

    An intriguing premise, bright, distinct artwork, and a gruesome but comedic undertone, Farmhand Volume One has a lot going for it. Writer Ezekiel returns home near his family?s farm after an unspecified fallout with his father years earlier, his wife and two children in tow. The ...

    *I received this book as an eARC from Image Comics via Edelweiss* "Farm"aceutical stem cell research! PLants growing with human body parts! Think of the "Living with the Land" EPCOT ride meets a Haunted House. A son returns to his hometown with his family. His father has gone fr...

    It's got the same weird-humor vibe as Chew and the story so far is not that far removed from the earlier series. It's good to have Guillory back on an ongoing title. This is his first creator-owned book and focuses on the Jenkins family whose patriarch, Jed, has come up with a way to g...

    Rural Louisiana, complete with plenty of references to Creole and Cajun culture, is a great setting for this blending of technology, agriculture, and the supernatural braided into a story of an estranged father and son trying to reconcile their past. There is just the right balance of ...

    I liked CHEW. I like this. ...

    Didn?t know what to expect, but gave this a shot because I enjoyed Chew so much. Well done! ...

    After finishing John Layman & Guillory's Chew, I wondered if I'd ever read a comic quite so original again. But Guillory's Farmhand pulls it off. His art also still manages to convey horror and be funny simultaneously. That's hard enough to do well in movies, never mind in comics. ...

    If you just take a quick look at this book, you won?t think it contains the story that it does. In a cartoony style, the characters just seem like normal people. That is, until you learn that the father of the main characters is a genius. He created a kind of artificial life, using p...

    Some kind of Soylent Green ? meets Poison Ivy ? drama goes on here. In Hicksville, USA, a man reluctantly goes back to the family fold, which is where he finds his elderly father engrossed in a bizarre organ farm ? literally getting flowers, shrubs and trees to use a unique stem ...

    Farmhand pulls off that rare balance between dark comedy, horror, and family drama that results in the reader caring what happens next. Well done. ...

  • Sierra
    Jan 16, 2019

    things are aFOOT!! review TK ************************************** hello, you! welcome back! now gimmie gimmie gimmie! ...

    Old Jedidiah had a farm, E-I-E-I-O, And on that farm he grew some human body parts, ? Eeeeeeeeee! Jedidiah Jenkins has figgered out a way to grow human body parts, like crops, on his farm, ready for transplantation. Surprisingly, there?s some controversy around his franke...

    Rob Guillory, the artist best known for drawing Chew, is back as both the writer and the artist on his latest Image series, Farmhand. I usually try to avoid the works of artists who turn writers since that usually doesn?t work out very well, but I was so into Chew (well, most of it, ...

    Imagine if you can grow new parts of people on plants? Like you need a new arm? No problem, let me cut that off my tree and give it to you. This is a story about a family trying to come together once more. The Jenkins family was ripped apart when the father went into the business o...

    The story and art remind me of Plants Vs. Zombies except this isn't funny at all. Lots of gratuitous violence toward animals and incredibly unlikable characters. It's disappointing because this sounded like a cool concept. Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 Tota...

    Very Chew-like in its wacky goriness. Love the art. But needs more humor. ...

    Farmhand is a new ongoing series by Rob Guillory (artist on Chew) and the over-the-top craziness is making Farmhand kinda simillar. So if you are a fan of Chew (I am not), you'll most likely love it. Anyways Jedediah Jenkins has a farm where he grows spare human body parts. His bus...

    The artwork is wacky and gorgeous but something about the story didnt feel like it ever got going. I also found there were too many characters and very dialgoue heavy, with some dialogue unnecessary for the movement of the plot. ...

    You know that argument against genetically modified plants? How would you feel about them if instead of growing flowers, they grew human body parts, fresh and ready for transplant? Never thought about that before? Well, now you will - welcome to Farmhand. Farmhand's first volume...

    3.5 stars Though not the best, this was a pretty decent book with an intriguing (and somewhat original) concept. Can't wait to see where it goes next ...

    Another hit from 2018! This book was a really fun and creepy experience. At first I thought it was gonna be more serious but really it had me giggling instead. There were a few panels that I'd just looked at and busted out laughing, its pretty great. But just because its funny, does...

  • Eric
    Jan 29, 2019

    things are aFOOT!! review TK ************************************** hello, you! welcome back! now gimmie gimmie gimmie! ...

    Old Jedidiah had a farm, E-I-E-I-O, And on that farm he grew some human body parts, ? Eeeeeeeeee! Jedidiah Jenkins has figgered out a way to grow human body parts, like crops, on his farm, ready for transplantation. Surprisingly, there?s some controversy around his franke...

    Rob Guillory, the artist best known for drawing Chew, is back as both the writer and the artist on his latest Image series, Farmhand. I usually try to avoid the works of artists who turn writers since that usually doesn?t work out very well, but I was so into Chew (well, most of it, ...

    Imagine if you can grow new parts of people on plants? Like you need a new arm? No problem, let me cut that off my tree and give it to you. This is a story about a family trying to come together once more. The Jenkins family was ripped apart when the father went into the business o...

    The story and art remind me of Plants Vs. Zombies except this isn't funny at all. Lots of gratuitous violence toward animals and incredibly unlikable characters. It's disappointing because this sounded like a cool concept. Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 Tota...

    Very Chew-like in its wacky goriness. Love the art. But needs more humor. ...

    Farmhand is a new ongoing series by Rob Guillory (artist on Chew) and the over-the-top craziness is making Farmhand kinda simillar. So if you are a fan of Chew (I am not), you'll most likely love it. Anyways Jedediah Jenkins has a farm where he grows spare human body parts. His bus...

    The artwork is wacky and gorgeous but something about the story didnt feel like it ever got going. I also found there were too many characters and very dialgoue heavy, with some dialogue unnecessary for the movement of the plot. ...

    You know that argument against genetically modified plants? How would you feel about them if instead of growing flowers, they grew human body parts, fresh and ready for transplant? Never thought about that before? Well, now you will - welcome to Farmhand. Farmhand's first volume...

    3.5 stars Though not the best, this was a pretty decent book with an intriguing (and somewhat original) concept. Can't wait to see where it goes next ...

    Another hit from 2018! This book was a really fun and creepy experience. At first I thought it was gonna be more serious but really it had me giggling instead. There were a few panels that I'd just looked at and busted out laughing, its pretty great. But just because its funny, does...

    Another reason to go vegan. Macabre fun. ...

    This comic was just not my kind of thing at all. I was intrigued by the story of a farm that grew organs gone horribly wrong but this comic tries to not only be funny but also keep its dark, thriller side of the story intact and it just does not work for me. Also, at the points it was ...

    I was wondering how much responsibility Rob Gulliroy should take for all the fucked up shit in Chew ... based on this book, it seems like all of it. Chew was batshit insane, but this cranks it up to eleven. I loved Gulliroy's art right from the beginning... it was so unique and car...

    An intriguing premise, bright, distinct artwork, and a gruesome but comedic undertone, Farmhand Volume One has a lot going for it. Writer Ezekiel returns home near his family?s farm after an unspecified fallout with his father years earlier, his wife and two children in tow. The ...

    *I received this book as an eARC from Image Comics via Edelweiss* "Farm"aceutical stem cell research! PLants growing with human body parts! Think of the "Living with the Land" EPCOT ride meets a Haunted House. A son returns to his hometown with his family. His father has gone fr...

    It's got the same weird-humor vibe as Chew and the story so far is not that far removed from the earlier series. It's good to have Guillory back on an ongoing title. This is his first creator-owned book and focuses on the Jenkins family whose patriarch, Jed, has come up with a way to g...

    Rural Louisiana, complete with plenty of references to Creole and Cajun culture, is a great setting for this blending of technology, agriculture, and the supernatural braided into a story of an estranged father and son trying to reconcile their past. There is just the right balance of ...

    I liked CHEW. I like this. ...

    Didn?t know what to expect, but gave this a shot because I enjoyed Chew so much. Well done! ...

    After finishing John Layman & Guillory's Chew, I wondered if I'd ever read a comic quite so original again. But Guillory's Farmhand pulls it off. His art also still manages to convey horror and be funny simultaneously. That's hard enough to do well in movies, never mind in comics. ...

  • Sam Quixote
    Dec 12, 2018

    things are aFOOT!! review TK ************************************** hello, you! welcome back! now gimmie gimmie gimmie! ...

    Old Jedidiah had a farm, E-I-E-I-O, And on that farm he grew some human body parts, ? Eeeeeeeeee! Jedidiah Jenkins has figgered out a way to grow human body parts, like crops, on his farm, ready for transplantation. Surprisingly, there?s some controversy around his franke...

  • -RadioactiveBookworm-
    Jan 22, 2019

    things are aFOOT!! review TK ************************************** hello, you! welcome back! now gimmie gimmie gimmie! ...

    Old Jedidiah had a farm, E-I-E-I-O, And on that farm he grew some human body parts, ? Eeeeeeeeee! Jedidiah Jenkins has figgered out a way to grow human body parts, like crops, on his farm, ready for transplantation. Surprisingly, there?s some controversy around his franke...

    Rob Guillory, the artist best known for drawing Chew, is back as both the writer and the artist on his latest Image series, Farmhand. I usually try to avoid the works of artists who turn writers since that usually doesn?t work out very well, but I was so into Chew (well, most of it, ...

    Imagine if you can grow new parts of people on plants? Like you need a new arm? No problem, let me cut that off my tree and give it to you. This is a story about a family trying to come together once more. The Jenkins family was ripped apart when the father went into the business o...

    The story and art remind me of Plants Vs. Zombies except this isn't funny at all. Lots of gratuitous violence toward animals and incredibly unlikable characters. It's disappointing because this sounded like a cool concept. Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 Tota...

    Very Chew-like in its wacky goriness. Love the art. But needs more humor. ...

    Farmhand is a new ongoing series by Rob Guillory (artist on Chew) and the over-the-top craziness is making Farmhand kinda simillar. So if you are a fan of Chew (I am not), you'll most likely love it. Anyways Jedediah Jenkins has a farm where he grows spare human body parts. His bus...

    The artwork is wacky and gorgeous but something about the story didnt feel like it ever got going. I also found there were too many characters and very dialgoue heavy, with some dialogue unnecessary for the movement of the plot. ...

    You know that argument against genetically modified plants? How would you feel about them if instead of growing flowers, they grew human body parts, fresh and ready for transplant? Never thought about that before? Well, now you will - welcome to Farmhand. Farmhand's first volume...

    3.5 stars Though not the best, this was a pretty decent book with an intriguing (and somewhat original) concept. Can't wait to see where it goes next ...

    Another hit from 2018! This book was a really fun and creepy experience. At first I thought it was gonna be more serious but really it had me giggling instead. There were a few panels that I'd just looked at and busted out laughing, its pretty great. But just because its funny, does...

    Another reason to go vegan. Macabre fun. ...

    This comic was just not my kind of thing at all. I was intrigued by the story of a farm that grew organs gone horribly wrong but this comic tries to not only be funny but also keep its dark, thriller side of the story intact and it just does not work for me. Also, at the points it was ...

    I was wondering how much responsibility Rob Gulliroy should take for all the fucked up shit in Chew ... based on this book, it seems like all of it. Chew was batshit insane, but this cranks it up to eleven. I loved Gulliroy's art right from the beginning... it was so unique and car...

    An intriguing premise, bright, distinct artwork, and a gruesome but comedic undertone, Farmhand Volume One has a lot going for it. Writer Ezekiel returns home near his family?s farm after an unspecified fallout with his father years earlier, his wife and two children in tow. The ...

    *I received this book as an eARC from Image Comics via Edelweiss* "Farm"aceutical stem cell research! PLants growing with human body parts! Think of the "Living with the Land" EPCOT ride meets a Haunted House. A son returns to his hometown with his family. His father has gone fr...

    It's got the same weird-humor vibe as Chew and the story so far is not that far removed from the earlier series. It's good to have Guillory back on an ongoing title. This is his first creator-owned book and focuses on the Jenkins family whose patriarch, Jed, has come up with a way to g...

    Rural Louisiana, complete with plenty of references to Creole and Cajun culture, is a great setting for this blending of technology, agriculture, and the supernatural braided into a story of an estranged father and son trying to reconcile their past. There is just the right balance of ...

    I liked CHEW. I like this. ...

    Didn?t know what to expect, but gave this a shot because I enjoyed Chew so much. Well done! ...

    After finishing John Layman & Guillory's Chew, I wondered if I'd ever read a comic quite so original again. But Guillory's Farmhand pulls it off. His art also still manages to convey horror and be funny simultaneously. That's hard enough to do well in movies, never mind in comics. ...

    If you just take a quick look at this book, you won?t think it contains the story that it does. In a cartoony style, the characters just seem like normal people. That is, until you learn that the father of the main characters is a genius. He created a kind of artificial life, using p...

  • Chris Lemmerman
    Jan 19, 2019

    things are aFOOT!! review TK ************************************** hello, you! welcome back! now gimmie gimmie gimmie! ...

    Old Jedidiah had a farm, E-I-E-I-O, And on that farm he grew some human body parts, ? Eeeeeeeeee! Jedidiah Jenkins has figgered out a way to grow human body parts, like crops, on his farm, ready for transplantation. Surprisingly, there?s some controversy around his franke...

    Rob Guillory, the artist best known for drawing Chew, is back as both the writer and the artist on his latest Image series, Farmhand. I usually try to avoid the works of artists who turn writers since that usually doesn?t work out very well, but I was so into Chew (well, most of it, ...

    Imagine if you can grow new parts of people on plants? Like you need a new arm? No problem, let me cut that off my tree and give it to you. This is a story about a family trying to come together once more. The Jenkins family was ripped apart when the father went into the business o...

    The story and art remind me of Plants Vs. Zombies except this isn't funny at all. Lots of gratuitous violence toward animals and incredibly unlikable characters. It's disappointing because this sounded like a cool concept. Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 Tota...

    Very Chew-like in its wacky goriness. Love the art. But needs more humor. ...

    Farmhand is a new ongoing series by Rob Guillory (artist on Chew) and the over-the-top craziness is making Farmhand kinda simillar. So if you are a fan of Chew (I am not), you'll most likely love it. Anyways Jedediah Jenkins has a farm where he grows spare human body parts. His bus...

    The artwork is wacky and gorgeous but something about the story didnt feel like it ever got going. I also found there were too many characters and very dialgoue heavy, with some dialogue unnecessary for the movement of the plot. ...

    You know that argument against genetically modified plants? How would you feel about them if instead of growing flowers, they grew human body parts, fresh and ready for transplant? Never thought about that before? Well, now you will - welcome to Farmhand. Farmhand's first volume...

  • Lukas Holmes
    Mar 06, 2019

    things are aFOOT!! review TK ************************************** hello, you! welcome back! now gimmie gimmie gimmie! ...

    Old Jedidiah had a farm, E-I-E-I-O, And on that farm he grew some human body parts, ? Eeeeeeeeee! Jedidiah Jenkins has figgered out a way to grow human body parts, like crops, on his farm, ready for transplantation. Surprisingly, there?s some controversy around his franke...

    Rob Guillory, the artist best known for drawing Chew, is back as both the writer and the artist on his latest Image series, Farmhand. I usually try to avoid the works of artists who turn writers since that usually doesn?t work out very well, but I was so into Chew (well, most of it, ...

    Imagine if you can grow new parts of people on plants? Like you need a new arm? No problem, let me cut that off my tree and give it to you. This is a story about a family trying to come together once more. The Jenkins family was ripped apart when the father went into the business o...

    The story and art remind me of Plants Vs. Zombies except this isn't funny at all. Lots of gratuitous violence toward animals and incredibly unlikable characters. It's disappointing because this sounded like a cool concept. Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 Tota...

    Very Chew-like in its wacky goriness. Love the art. But needs more humor. ...

    Farmhand is a new ongoing series by Rob Guillory (artist on Chew) and the over-the-top craziness is making Farmhand kinda simillar. So if you are a fan of Chew (I am not), you'll most likely love it. Anyways Jedediah Jenkins has a farm where he grows spare human body parts. His bus...

    The artwork is wacky and gorgeous but something about the story didnt feel like it ever got going. I also found there were too many characters and very dialgoue heavy, with some dialogue unnecessary for the movement of the plot. ...

    You know that argument against genetically modified plants? How would you feel about them if instead of growing flowers, they grew human body parts, fresh and ready for transplant? Never thought about that before? Well, now you will - welcome to Farmhand. Farmhand's first volume...

    3.5 stars Though not the best, this was a pretty decent book with an intriguing (and somewhat original) concept. Can't wait to see where it goes next ...

    Another hit from 2018! This book was a really fun and creepy experience. At first I thought it was gonna be more serious but really it had me giggling instead. There were a few panels that I'd just looked at and busted out laughing, its pretty great. But just because its funny, does...

    Another reason to go vegan. Macabre fun. ...

    This comic was just not my kind of thing at all. I was intrigued by the story of a farm that grew organs gone horribly wrong but this comic tries to not only be funny but also keep its dark, thriller side of the story intact and it just does not work for me. Also, at the points it was ...

    I was wondering how much responsibility Rob Gulliroy should take for all the fucked up shit in Chew ... based on this book, it seems like all of it. Chew was batshit insane, but this cranks it up to eleven. I loved Gulliroy's art right from the beginning... it was so unique and car...

    An intriguing premise, bright, distinct artwork, and a gruesome but comedic undertone, Farmhand Volume One has a lot going for it. Writer Ezekiel returns home near his family?s farm after an unspecified fallout with his father years earlier, his wife and two children in tow. The ...

    *I received this book as an eARC from Image Comics via Edelweiss* "Farm"aceutical stem cell research! PLants growing with human body parts! Think of the "Living with the Land" EPCOT ride meets a Haunted House. A son returns to his hometown with his family. His father has gone fr...

    It's got the same weird-humor vibe as Chew and the story so far is not that far removed from the earlier series. It's good to have Guillory back on an ongoing title. This is his first creator-owned book and focuses on the Jenkins family whose patriarch, Jed, has come up with a way to g...

    Rural Louisiana, complete with plenty of references to Creole and Cajun culture, is a great setting for this blending of technology, agriculture, and the supernatural braided into a story of an estranged father and son trying to reconcile their past. There is just the right balance of ...

    I liked CHEW. I like this. ...

  • Fred
    Feb 03, 2019

    things are aFOOT!! review TK ************************************** hello, you! welcome back! now gimmie gimmie gimmie! ...

    Old Jedidiah had a farm, E-I-E-I-O, And on that farm he grew some human body parts, ? Eeeeeeeeee! Jedidiah Jenkins has figgered out a way to grow human body parts, like crops, on his farm, ready for transplantation. Surprisingly, there?s some controversy around his franke...

    Rob Guillory, the artist best known for drawing Chew, is back as both the writer and the artist on his latest Image series, Farmhand. I usually try to avoid the works of artists who turn writers since that usually doesn?t work out very well, but I was so into Chew (well, most of it, ...

    Imagine if you can grow new parts of people on plants? Like you need a new arm? No problem, let me cut that off my tree and give it to you. This is a story about a family trying to come together once more. The Jenkins family was ripped apart when the father went into the business o...

    The story and art remind me of Plants Vs. Zombies except this isn't funny at all. Lots of gratuitous violence toward animals and incredibly unlikable characters. It's disappointing because this sounded like a cool concept. Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 Tota...

    Very Chew-like in its wacky goriness. Love the art. But needs more humor. ...

    Farmhand is a new ongoing series by Rob Guillory (artist on Chew) and the over-the-top craziness is making Farmhand kinda simillar. So if you are a fan of Chew (I am not), you'll most likely love it. Anyways Jedediah Jenkins has a farm where he grows spare human body parts. His bus...

    The artwork is wacky and gorgeous but something about the story didnt feel like it ever got going. I also found there were too many characters and very dialgoue heavy, with some dialogue unnecessary for the movement of the plot. ...

    You know that argument against genetically modified plants? How would you feel about them if instead of growing flowers, they grew human body parts, fresh and ready for transplant? Never thought about that before? Well, now you will - welcome to Farmhand. Farmhand's first volume...

    3.5 stars Though not the best, this was a pretty decent book with an intriguing (and somewhat original) concept. Can't wait to see where it goes next ...

    Another hit from 2018! This book was a really fun and creepy experience. At first I thought it was gonna be more serious but really it had me giggling instead. There were a few panels that I'd just looked at and busted out laughing, its pretty great. But just because its funny, does...

    Another reason to go vegan. Macabre fun. ...

    This comic was just not my kind of thing at all. I was intrigued by the story of a farm that grew organs gone horribly wrong but this comic tries to not only be funny but also keep its dark, thriller side of the story intact and it just does not work for me. Also, at the points it was ...

    I was wondering how much responsibility Rob Gulliroy should take for all the fucked up shit in Chew ... based on this book, it seems like all of it. Chew was batshit insane, but this cranks it up to eleven. I loved Gulliroy's art right from the beginning... it was so unique and car...

    An intriguing premise, bright, distinct artwork, and a gruesome but comedic undertone, Farmhand Volume One has a lot going for it. Writer Ezekiel returns home near his family?s farm after an unspecified fallout with his father years earlier, his wife and two children in tow. The ...

    *I received this book as an eARC from Image Comics via Edelweiss* "Farm"aceutical stem cell research! PLants growing with human body parts! Think of the "Living with the Land" EPCOT ride meets a Haunted House. A son returns to his hometown with his family. His father has gone fr...

    It's got the same weird-humor vibe as Chew and the story so far is not that far removed from the earlier series. It's good to have Guillory back on an ongoing title. This is his first creator-owned book and focuses on the Jenkins family whose patriarch, Jed, has come up with a way to g...

    Rural Louisiana, complete with plenty of references to Creole and Cajun culture, is a great setting for this blending of technology, agriculture, and the supernatural braided into a story of an estranged father and son trying to reconcile their past. There is just the right balance of ...

    I liked CHEW. I like this. ...

    Didn?t know what to expect, but gave this a shot because I enjoyed Chew so much. Well done! ...

  • James DeSantis
    Feb 13, 2019

    things are aFOOT!! review TK ************************************** hello, you! welcome back! now gimmie gimmie gimmie! ...

    Old Jedidiah had a farm, E-I-E-I-O, And on that farm he grew some human body parts, ? Eeeeeeeeee! Jedidiah Jenkins has figgered out a way to grow human body parts, like crops, on his farm, ready for transplantation. Surprisingly, there?s some controversy around his franke...

    Rob Guillory, the artist best known for drawing Chew, is back as both the writer and the artist on his latest Image series, Farmhand. I usually try to avoid the works of artists who turn writers since that usually doesn?t work out very well, but I was so into Chew (well, most of it, ...

    Imagine if you can grow new parts of people on plants? Like you need a new arm? No problem, let me cut that off my tree and give it to you. This is a story about a family trying to come together once more. The Jenkins family was ripped apart when the father went into the business o...

  • Sean Goh
    Dec 16, 2018

    things are aFOOT!! review TK ************************************** hello, you! welcome back! now gimmie gimmie gimmie! ...

    Old Jedidiah had a farm, E-I-E-I-O, And on that farm he grew some human body parts, ? Eeeeeeeeee! Jedidiah Jenkins has figgered out a way to grow human body parts, like crops, on his farm, ready for transplantation. Surprisingly, there?s some controversy around his franke...

    Rob Guillory, the artist best known for drawing Chew, is back as both the writer and the artist on his latest Image series, Farmhand. I usually try to avoid the works of artists who turn writers since that usually doesn?t work out very well, but I was so into Chew (well, most of it, ...

    Imagine if you can grow new parts of people on plants? Like you need a new arm? No problem, let me cut that off my tree and give it to you. This is a story about a family trying to come together once more. The Jenkins family was ripped apart when the father went into the business o...

    The story and art remind me of Plants Vs. Zombies except this isn't funny at all. Lots of gratuitous violence toward animals and incredibly unlikable characters. It's disappointing because this sounded like a cool concept. Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 Tota...

    Very Chew-like in its wacky goriness. Love the art. But needs more humor. ...

    Farmhand is a new ongoing series by Rob Guillory (artist on Chew) and the over-the-top craziness is making Farmhand kinda simillar. So if you are a fan of Chew (I am not), you'll most likely love it. Anyways Jedediah Jenkins has a farm where he grows spare human body parts. His bus...

    The artwork is wacky and gorgeous but something about the story didnt feel like it ever got going. I also found there were too many characters and very dialgoue heavy, with some dialogue unnecessary for the movement of the plot. ...

    You know that argument against genetically modified plants? How would you feel about them if instead of growing flowers, they grew human body parts, fresh and ready for transplant? Never thought about that before? Well, now you will - welcome to Farmhand. Farmhand's first volume...

    3.5 stars Though not the best, this was a pretty decent book with an intriguing (and somewhat original) concept. Can't wait to see where it goes next ...

    Another hit from 2018! This book was a really fun and creepy experience. At first I thought it was gonna be more serious but really it had me giggling instead. There were a few panels that I'd just looked at and busted out laughing, its pretty great. But just because its funny, does...

    Another reason to go vegan. Macabre fun. ...

    This comic was just not my kind of thing at all. I was intrigued by the story of a farm that grew organs gone horribly wrong but this comic tries to not only be funny but also keep its dark, thriller side of the story intact and it just does not work for me. Also, at the points it was ...

    I was wondering how much responsibility Rob Gulliroy should take for all the fucked up shit in Chew ... based on this book, it seems like all of it. Chew was batshit insane, but this cranks it up to eleven. I loved Gulliroy's art right from the beginning... it was so unique and car...

    An intriguing premise, bright, distinct artwork, and a gruesome but comedic undertone, Farmhand Volume One has a lot going for it. Writer Ezekiel returns home near his family?s farm after an unspecified fallout with his father years earlier, his wife and two children in tow. The ...

    *I received this book as an eARC from Image Comics via Edelweiss* "Farm"aceutical stem cell research! PLants growing with human body parts! Think of the "Living with the Land" EPCOT ride meets a Haunted House. A son returns to his hometown with his family. His father has gone fr...

    It's got the same weird-humor vibe as Chew and the story so far is not that far removed from the earlier series. It's good to have Guillory back on an ongoing title. This is his first creator-owned book and focuses on the Jenkins family whose patriarch, Jed, has come up with a way to g...

    Rural Louisiana, complete with plenty of references to Creole and Cajun culture, is a great setting for this blending of technology, agriculture, and the supernatural braided into a story of an estranged father and son trying to reconcile their past. There is just the right balance of ...

    I liked CHEW. I like this. ...

    Didn?t know what to expect, but gave this a shot because I enjoyed Chew so much. Well done! ...

    After finishing John Layman & Guillory's Chew, I wondered if I'd ever read a comic quite so original again. But Guillory's Farmhand pulls it off. His art also still manages to convey horror and be funny simultaneously. That's hard enough to do well in movies, never mind in comics. ...

    If you just take a quick look at this book, you won?t think it contains the story that it does. In a cartoony style, the characters just seem like normal people. That is, until you learn that the father of the main characters is a genius. He created a kind of artificial life, using p...

    Some kind of Soylent Green ? meets Poison Ivy ? drama goes on here. In Hicksville, USA, a man reluctantly goes back to the family fold, which is where he finds his elderly father engrossed in a bizarre organ farm ? literally getting flowers, shrubs and trees to use a unique stem ...

    Farmhand pulls off that rare balance between dark comedy, horror, and family drama that results in the reader caring what happens next. Well done. ...

    A farm that grows body parts. What more could there be in this crazy world. ...

    A fun series with amusing background scribblings to look out for. Lots of set up for the next arc, can't wait! ...

  • Theediscerning
    Dec 04, 2018

    things are aFOOT!! review TK ************************************** hello, you! welcome back! now gimmie gimmie gimmie! ...

    Old Jedidiah had a farm, E-I-E-I-O, And on that farm he grew some human body parts, ? Eeeeeeeeee! Jedidiah Jenkins has figgered out a way to grow human body parts, like crops, on his farm, ready for transplantation. Surprisingly, there?s some controversy around his franke...

    Rob Guillory, the artist best known for drawing Chew, is back as both the writer and the artist on his latest Image series, Farmhand. I usually try to avoid the works of artists who turn writers since that usually doesn?t work out very well, but I was so into Chew (well, most of it, ...

    Imagine if you can grow new parts of people on plants? Like you need a new arm? No problem, let me cut that off my tree and give it to you. This is a story about a family trying to come together once more. The Jenkins family was ripped apart when the father went into the business o...

    The story and art remind me of Plants Vs. Zombies except this isn't funny at all. Lots of gratuitous violence toward animals and incredibly unlikable characters. It's disappointing because this sounded like a cool concept. Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 Tota...

    Very Chew-like in its wacky goriness. Love the art. But needs more humor. ...

    Farmhand is a new ongoing series by Rob Guillory (artist on Chew) and the over-the-top craziness is making Farmhand kinda simillar. So if you are a fan of Chew (I am not), you'll most likely love it. Anyways Jedediah Jenkins has a farm where he grows spare human body parts. His bus...

    The artwork is wacky and gorgeous but something about the story didnt feel like it ever got going. I also found there were too many characters and very dialgoue heavy, with some dialogue unnecessary for the movement of the plot. ...

    You know that argument against genetically modified plants? How would you feel about them if instead of growing flowers, they grew human body parts, fresh and ready for transplant? Never thought about that before? Well, now you will - welcome to Farmhand. Farmhand's first volume...

    3.5 stars Though not the best, this was a pretty decent book with an intriguing (and somewhat original) concept. Can't wait to see where it goes next ...

    Another hit from 2018! This book was a really fun and creepy experience. At first I thought it was gonna be more serious but really it had me giggling instead. There were a few panels that I'd just looked at and busted out laughing, its pretty great. But just because its funny, does...

    Another reason to go vegan. Macabre fun. ...

    This comic was just not my kind of thing at all. I was intrigued by the story of a farm that grew organs gone horribly wrong but this comic tries to not only be funny but also keep its dark, thriller side of the story intact and it just does not work for me. Also, at the points it was ...

    I was wondering how much responsibility Rob Gulliroy should take for all the fucked up shit in Chew ... based on this book, it seems like all of it. Chew was batshit insane, but this cranks it up to eleven. I loved Gulliroy's art right from the beginning... it was so unique and car...

    An intriguing premise, bright, distinct artwork, and a gruesome but comedic undertone, Farmhand Volume One has a lot going for it. Writer Ezekiel returns home near his family?s farm after an unspecified fallout with his father years earlier, his wife and two children in tow. The ...

    *I received this book as an eARC from Image Comics via Edelweiss* "Farm"aceutical stem cell research! PLants growing with human body parts! Think of the "Living with the Land" EPCOT ride meets a Haunted House. A son returns to his hometown with his family. His father has gone fr...

    It's got the same weird-humor vibe as Chew and the story so far is not that far removed from the earlier series. It's good to have Guillory back on an ongoing title. This is his first creator-owned book and focuses on the Jenkins family whose patriarch, Jed, has come up with a way to g...

    Rural Louisiana, complete with plenty of references to Creole and Cajun culture, is a great setting for this blending of technology, agriculture, and the supernatural braided into a story of an estranged father and son trying to reconcile their past. There is just the right balance of ...

    I liked CHEW. I like this. ...

    Didn?t know what to expect, but gave this a shot because I enjoyed Chew so much. Well done! ...

    After finishing John Layman & Guillory's Chew, I wondered if I'd ever read a comic quite so original again. But Guillory's Farmhand pulls it off. His art also still manages to convey horror and be funny simultaneously. That's hard enough to do well in movies, never mind in comics. ...

    If you just take a quick look at this book, you won?t think it contains the story that it does. In a cartoony style, the characters just seem like normal people. That is, until you learn that the father of the main characters is a genius. He created a kind of artificial life, using p...

    Some kind of Soylent Green ? meets Poison Ivy ? drama goes on here. In Hicksville, USA, a man reluctantly goes back to the family fold, which is where he finds his elderly father engrossed in a bizarre organ farm ? literally getting flowers, shrubs and trees to use a unique stem ...

  • Matt Graupman
    Feb 12, 2019

    things are aFOOT!! review TK ************************************** hello, you! welcome back! now gimmie gimmie gimmie! ...

    Old Jedidiah had a farm, E-I-E-I-O, And on that farm he grew some human body parts, ? Eeeeeeeeee! Jedidiah Jenkins has figgered out a way to grow human body parts, like crops, on his farm, ready for transplantation. Surprisingly, there?s some controversy around his franke...

    Rob Guillory, the artist best known for drawing Chew, is back as both the writer and the artist on his latest Image series, Farmhand. I usually try to avoid the works of artists who turn writers since that usually doesn?t work out very well, but I was so into Chew (well, most of it, ...

    Imagine if you can grow new parts of people on plants? Like you need a new arm? No problem, let me cut that off my tree and give it to you. This is a story about a family trying to come together once more. The Jenkins family was ripped apart when the father went into the business o...

    The story and art remind me of Plants Vs. Zombies except this isn't funny at all. Lots of gratuitous violence toward animals and incredibly unlikable characters. It's disappointing because this sounded like a cool concept. Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 Tota...

    Very Chew-like in its wacky goriness. Love the art. But needs more humor. ...

    Farmhand is a new ongoing series by Rob Guillory (artist on Chew) and the over-the-top craziness is making Farmhand kinda simillar. So if you are a fan of Chew (I am not), you'll most likely love it. Anyways Jedediah Jenkins has a farm where he grows spare human body parts. His bus...

    The artwork is wacky and gorgeous but something about the story didnt feel like it ever got going. I also found there were too many characters and very dialgoue heavy, with some dialogue unnecessary for the movement of the plot. ...

    You know that argument against genetically modified plants? How would you feel about them if instead of growing flowers, they grew human body parts, fresh and ready for transplant? Never thought about that before? Well, now you will - welcome to Farmhand. Farmhand's first volume...

    3.5 stars Though not the best, this was a pretty decent book with an intriguing (and somewhat original) concept. Can't wait to see where it goes next ...

    Another hit from 2018! This book was a really fun and creepy experience. At first I thought it was gonna be more serious but really it had me giggling instead. There were a few panels that I'd just looked at and busted out laughing, its pretty great. But just because its funny, does...

    Another reason to go vegan. Macabre fun. ...

    This comic was just not my kind of thing at all. I was intrigued by the story of a farm that grew organs gone horribly wrong but this comic tries to not only be funny but also keep its dark, thriller side of the story intact and it just does not work for me. Also, at the points it was ...

    I was wondering how much responsibility Rob Gulliroy should take for all the fucked up shit in Chew ... based on this book, it seems like all of it. Chew was batshit insane, but this cranks it up to eleven. I loved Gulliroy's art right from the beginning... it was so unique and car...

    An intriguing premise, bright, distinct artwork, and a gruesome but comedic undertone, Farmhand Volume One has a lot going for it. Writer Ezekiel returns home near his family?s farm after an unspecified fallout with his father years earlier, his wife and two children in tow. The ...

    *I received this book as an eARC from Image Comics via Edelweiss* "Farm"aceutical stem cell research! PLants growing with human body parts! Think of the "Living with the Land" EPCOT ride meets a Haunted House. A son returns to his hometown with his family. His father has gone fr...

    It's got the same weird-humor vibe as Chew and the story so far is not that far removed from the earlier series. It's good to have Guillory back on an ongoing title. This is his first creator-owned book and focuses on the Jenkins family whose patriarch, Jed, has come up with a way to g...

    Rural Louisiana, complete with plenty of references to Creole and Cajun culture, is a great setting for this blending of technology, agriculture, and the supernatural braided into a story of an estranged father and son trying to reconcile their past. There is just the right balance of ...

    I liked CHEW. I like this. ...

    Didn?t know what to expect, but gave this a shot because I enjoyed Chew so much. Well done! ...

    After finishing John Layman & Guillory's Chew, I wondered if I'd ever read a comic quite so original again. But Guillory's Farmhand pulls it off. His art also still manages to convey horror and be funny simultaneously. That's hard enough to do well in movies, never mind in comics. ...

    If you just take a quick look at this book, you won?t think it contains the story that it does. In a cartoony style, the characters just seem like normal people. That is, until you learn that the father of the main characters is a genius. He created a kind of artificial life, using p...

    Some kind of Soylent Green ? meets Poison Ivy ? drama goes on here. In Hicksville, USA, a man reluctantly goes back to the family fold, which is where he finds his elderly father engrossed in a bizarre organ farm ? literally getting flowers, shrubs and trees to use a unique stem ...

    Farmhand pulls off that rare balance between dark comedy, horror, and family drama that results in the reader caring what happens next. Well done. ...

    A farm that grows body parts. What more could there be in this crazy world. ...

    A fun series with amusing background scribblings to look out for. Lots of set up for the next arc, can't wait! ...

    pretty fun all the way through, although the minor humor deets give me nostalgic Jhonen Vasquez vibes. The ending's got me hooked and eager for the second arc. ...

    Hoo boy, this book is a wild ride. Family secrets, political drama, disabled Russian child spies; Rob Guillory?s ?Farmhand? has a little bit of something for everyone, and those things are just the subplot stuff. The main plot is about a farm that grows human limbs, organs, and o...

  • Roy
    Jan 15, 2019

    things are aFOOT!! review TK ************************************** hello, you! welcome back! now gimmie gimmie gimmie! ...

    Old Jedidiah had a farm, E-I-E-I-O, And on that farm he grew some human body parts, ? Eeeeeeeeee! Jedidiah Jenkins has figgered out a way to grow human body parts, like crops, on his farm, ready for transplantation. Surprisingly, there?s some controversy around his franke...

    Rob Guillory, the artist best known for drawing Chew, is back as both the writer and the artist on his latest Image series, Farmhand. I usually try to avoid the works of artists who turn writers since that usually doesn?t work out very well, but I was so into Chew (well, most of it, ...

    Imagine if you can grow new parts of people on plants? Like you need a new arm? No problem, let me cut that off my tree and give it to you. This is a story about a family trying to come together once more. The Jenkins family was ripped apart when the father went into the business o...

    The story and art remind me of Plants Vs. Zombies except this isn't funny at all. Lots of gratuitous violence toward animals and incredibly unlikable characters. It's disappointing because this sounded like a cool concept. Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 Tota...

    Very Chew-like in its wacky goriness. Love the art. But needs more humor. ...

    Farmhand is a new ongoing series by Rob Guillory (artist on Chew) and the over-the-top craziness is making Farmhand kinda simillar. So if you are a fan of Chew (I am not), you'll most likely love it. Anyways Jedediah Jenkins has a farm where he grows spare human body parts. His bus...

    The artwork is wacky and gorgeous but something about the story didnt feel like it ever got going. I also found there were too many characters and very dialgoue heavy, with some dialogue unnecessary for the movement of the plot. ...

  • Artemy
    Nov 11, 2018

    things are aFOOT!! review TK ************************************** hello, you! welcome back! now gimmie gimmie gimmie! ...

    Old Jedidiah had a farm, E-I-E-I-O, And on that farm he grew some human body parts, ? Eeeeeeeeee! Jedidiah Jenkins has figgered out a way to grow human body parts, like crops, on his farm, ready for transplantation. Surprisingly, there?s some controversy around his franke...

    Rob Guillory, the artist best known for drawing Chew, is back as both the writer and the artist on his latest Image series, Farmhand. I usually try to avoid the works of artists who turn writers since that usually doesn?t work out very well, but I was so into Chew (well, most of it, ...

  • Chris
    Mar 20, 2019

    things are aFOOT!! review TK ************************************** hello, you! welcome back! now gimmie gimmie gimmie! ...

    Old Jedidiah had a farm, E-I-E-I-O, And on that farm he grew some human body parts, ? Eeeeeeeeee! Jedidiah Jenkins has figgered out a way to grow human body parts, like crops, on his farm, ready for transplantation. Surprisingly, there?s some controversy around his franke...

    Rob Guillory, the artist best known for drawing Chew, is back as both the writer and the artist on his latest Image series, Farmhand. I usually try to avoid the works of artists who turn writers since that usually doesn?t work out very well, but I was so into Chew (well, most of it, ...

    Imagine if you can grow new parts of people on plants? Like you need a new arm? No problem, let me cut that off my tree and give it to you. This is a story about a family trying to come together once more. The Jenkins family was ripped apart when the father went into the business o...

    The story and art remind me of Plants Vs. Zombies except this isn't funny at all. Lots of gratuitous violence toward animals and incredibly unlikable characters. It's disappointing because this sounded like a cool concept. Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 Tota...

    Very Chew-like in its wacky goriness. Love the art. But needs more humor. ...

    Farmhand is a new ongoing series by Rob Guillory (artist on Chew) and the over-the-top craziness is making Farmhand kinda simillar. So if you are a fan of Chew (I am not), you'll most likely love it. Anyways Jedediah Jenkins has a farm where he grows spare human body parts. His bus...

    The artwork is wacky and gorgeous but something about the story didnt feel like it ever got going. I also found there were too many characters and very dialgoue heavy, with some dialogue unnecessary for the movement of the plot. ...

    You know that argument against genetically modified plants? How would you feel about them if instead of growing flowers, they grew human body parts, fresh and ready for transplant? Never thought about that before? Well, now you will - welcome to Farmhand. Farmhand's first volume...

    3.5 stars Though not the best, this was a pretty decent book with an intriguing (and somewhat original) concept. Can't wait to see where it goes next ...

    Another hit from 2018! This book was a really fun and creepy experience. At first I thought it was gonna be more serious but really it had me giggling instead. There were a few panels that I'd just looked at and busted out laughing, its pretty great. But just because its funny, does...

    Another reason to go vegan. Macabre fun. ...

    This comic was just not my kind of thing at all. I was intrigued by the story of a farm that grew organs gone horribly wrong but this comic tries to not only be funny but also keep its dark, thriller side of the story intact and it just does not work for me. Also, at the points it was ...

    I was wondering how much responsibility Rob Gulliroy should take for all the fucked up shit in Chew ... based on this book, it seems like all of it. Chew was batshit insane, but this cranks it up to eleven. I loved Gulliroy's art right from the beginning... it was so unique and car...

  • Natalie
    Jan 03, 2019

    things are aFOOT!! review TK ************************************** hello, you! welcome back! now gimmie gimmie gimmie! ...

    Old Jedidiah had a farm, E-I-E-I-O, And on that farm he grew some human body parts, ? Eeeeeeeeee! Jedidiah Jenkins has figgered out a way to grow human body parts, like crops, on his farm, ready for transplantation. Surprisingly, there?s some controversy around his franke...

    Rob Guillory, the artist best known for drawing Chew, is back as both the writer and the artist on his latest Image series, Farmhand. I usually try to avoid the works of artists who turn writers since that usually doesn?t work out very well, but I was so into Chew (well, most of it, ...

    Imagine if you can grow new parts of people on plants? Like you need a new arm? No problem, let me cut that off my tree and give it to you. This is a story about a family trying to come together once more. The Jenkins family was ripped apart when the father went into the business o...

    The story and art remind me of Plants Vs. Zombies except this isn't funny at all. Lots of gratuitous violence toward animals and incredibly unlikable characters. It's disappointing because this sounded like a cool concept. Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 Tota...

    Very Chew-like in its wacky goriness. Love the art. But needs more humor. ...

    Farmhand is a new ongoing series by Rob Guillory (artist on Chew) and the over-the-top craziness is making Farmhand kinda simillar. So if you are a fan of Chew (I am not), you'll most likely love it. Anyways Jedediah Jenkins has a farm where he grows spare human body parts. His bus...

    The artwork is wacky and gorgeous but something about the story didnt feel like it ever got going. I also found there were too many characters and very dialgoue heavy, with some dialogue unnecessary for the movement of the plot. ...

    You know that argument against genetically modified plants? How would you feel about them if instead of growing flowers, they grew human body parts, fresh and ready for transplant? Never thought about that before? Well, now you will - welcome to Farmhand. Farmhand's first volume...

    3.5 stars Though not the best, this was a pretty decent book with an intriguing (and somewhat original) concept. Can't wait to see where it goes next ...

    Another hit from 2018! This book was a really fun and creepy experience. At first I thought it was gonna be more serious but really it had me giggling instead. There were a few panels that I'd just looked at and busted out laughing, its pretty great. But just because its funny, does...

    Another reason to go vegan. Macabre fun. ...

    This comic was just not my kind of thing at all. I was intrigued by the story of a farm that grew organs gone horribly wrong but this comic tries to not only be funny but also keep its dark, thriller side of the story intact and it just does not work for me. Also, at the points it was ...

  • Bianca
    Feb 17, 2019

    things are aFOOT!! review TK ************************************** hello, you! welcome back! now gimmie gimmie gimmie! ...

    Old Jedidiah had a farm, E-I-E-I-O, And on that farm he grew some human body parts, ? Eeeeeeeeee! Jedidiah Jenkins has figgered out a way to grow human body parts, like crops, on his farm, ready for transplantation. Surprisingly, there?s some controversy around his franke...

    Rob Guillory, the artist best known for drawing Chew, is back as both the writer and the artist on his latest Image series, Farmhand. I usually try to avoid the works of artists who turn writers since that usually doesn?t work out very well, but I was so into Chew (well, most of it, ...

    Imagine if you can grow new parts of people on plants? Like you need a new arm? No problem, let me cut that off my tree and give it to you. This is a story about a family trying to come together once more. The Jenkins family was ripped apart when the father went into the business o...

    The story and art remind me of Plants Vs. Zombies except this isn't funny at all. Lots of gratuitous violence toward animals and incredibly unlikable characters. It's disappointing because this sounded like a cool concept. Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 Tota...

    Very Chew-like in its wacky goriness. Love the art. But needs more humor. ...

    Farmhand is a new ongoing series by Rob Guillory (artist on Chew) and the over-the-top craziness is making Farmhand kinda simillar. So if you are a fan of Chew (I am not), you'll most likely love it. Anyways Jedediah Jenkins has a farm where he grows spare human body parts. His bus...

    The artwork is wacky and gorgeous but something about the story didnt feel like it ever got going. I also found there were too many characters and very dialgoue heavy, with some dialogue unnecessary for the movement of the plot. ...

    You know that argument against genetically modified plants? How would you feel about them if instead of growing flowers, they grew human body parts, fresh and ready for transplant? Never thought about that before? Well, now you will - welcome to Farmhand. Farmhand's first volume...

    3.5 stars Though not the best, this was a pretty decent book with an intriguing (and somewhat original) concept. Can't wait to see where it goes next ...

    Another hit from 2018! This book was a really fun and creepy experience. At first I thought it was gonna be more serious but really it had me giggling instead. There were a few panels that I'd just looked at and busted out laughing, its pretty great. But just because its funny, does...

    Another reason to go vegan. Macabre fun. ...

    This comic was just not my kind of thing at all. I was intrigued by the story of a farm that grew organs gone horribly wrong but this comic tries to not only be funny but also keep its dark, thriller side of the story intact and it just does not work for me. Also, at the points it was ...

    I was wondering how much responsibility Rob Gulliroy should take for all the fucked up shit in Chew ... based on this book, it seems like all of it. Chew was batshit insane, but this cranks it up to eleven. I loved Gulliroy's art right from the beginning... it was so unique and car...

    An intriguing premise, bright, distinct artwork, and a gruesome but comedic undertone, Farmhand Volume One has a lot going for it. Writer Ezekiel returns home near his family?s farm after an unspecified fallout with his father years earlier, his wife and two children in tow. The ...

    *I received this book as an eARC from Image Comics via Edelweiss* "Farm"aceutical stem cell research! PLants growing with human body parts! Think of the "Living with the Land" EPCOT ride meets a Haunted House. A son returns to his hometown with his family. His father has gone fr...

    It's got the same weird-humor vibe as Chew and the story so far is not that far removed from the earlier series. It's good to have Guillory back on an ongoing title. This is his first creator-owned book and focuses on the Jenkins family whose patriarch, Jed, has come up with a way to g...

    Rural Louisiana, complete with plenty of references to Creole and Cajun culture, is a great setting for this blending of technology, agriculture, and the supernatural braided into a story of an estranged father and son trying to reconcile their past. There is just the right balance of ...

    I liked CHEW. I like this. ...

    Didn?t know what to expect, but gave this a shot because I enjoyed Chew so much. Well done! ...

    After finishing John Layman & Guillory's Chew, I wondered if I'd ever read a comic quite so original again. But Guillory's Farmhand pulls it off. His art also still manages to convey horror and be funny simultaneously. That's hard enough to do well in movies, never mind in comics. ...

    If you just take a quick look at this book, you won?t think it contains the story that it does. In a cartoony style, the characters just seem like normal people. That is, until you learn that the father of the main characters is a genius. He created a kind of artificial life, using p...

    Some kind of Soylent Green ? meets Poison Ivy ? drama goes on here. In Hicksville, USA, a man reluctantly goes back to the family fold, which is where he finds his elderly father engrossed in a bizarre organ farm ? literally getting flowers, shrubs and trees to use a unique stem ...

    Farmhand pulls off that rare balance between dark comedy, horror, and family drama that results in the reader caring what happens next. Well done. ...

    A farm that grows body parts. What more could there be in this crazy world. ...

    A fun series with amusing background scribblings to look out for. Lots of set up for the next arc, can't wait! ...

    pretty fun all the way through, although the minor humor deets give me nostalgic Jhonen Vasquez vibes. The ending's got me hooked and eager for the second arc. ...

    Hoo boy, this book is a wild ride. Family secrets, political drama, disabled Russian child spies; Rob Guillory?s ?Farmhand? has a little bit of something for everyone, and those things are just the subplot stuff. The main plot is about a farm that grows human limbs, organs, and o...

    Transplants are dangerous, prosthetics can be so expensive. What if we could just grow the new parts we needed? Zeke left the farm as of his father as a young man to make comics, but he?s grown a lot since then, and now he?s called home in the interest of cutting costs. He make...

  • Devon Munn
    Nov 26, 2018

    things are aFOOT!! review TK ************************************** hello, you! welcome back! now gimmie gimmie gimmie! ...

    Old Jedidiah had a farm, E-I-E-I-O, And on that farm he grew some human body parts, ? Eeeeeeeeee! Jedidiah Jenkins has figgered out a way to grow human body parts, like crops, on his farm, ready for transplantation. Surprisingly, there?s some controversy around his franke...

    Rob Guillory, the artist best known for drawing Chew, is back as both the writer and the artist on his latest Image series, Farmhand. I usually try to avoid the works of artists who turn writers since that usually doesn?t work out very well, but I was so into Chew (well, most of it, ...

    Imagine if you can grow new parts of people on plants? Like you need a new arm? No problem, let me cut that off my tree and give it to you. This is a story about a family trying to come together once more. The Jenkins family was ripped apart when the father went into the business o...

    The story and art remind me of Plants Vs. Zombies except this isn't funny at all. Lots of gratuitous violence toward animals and incredibly unlikable characters. It's disappointing because this sounded like a cool concept. Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 Tota...

    Very Chew-like in its wacky goriness. Love the art. But needs more humor. ...

    Farmhand is a new ongoing series by Rob Guillory (artist on Chew) and the over-the-top craziness is making Farmhand kinda simillar. So if you are a fan of Chew (I am not), you'll most likely love it. Anyways Jedediah Jenkins has a farm where he grows spare human body parts. His bus...

    The artwork is wacky and gorgeous but something about the story didnt feel like it ever got going. I also found there were too many characters and very dialgoue heavy, with some dialogue unnecessary for the movement of the plot. ...

    You know that argument against genetically modified plants? How would you feel about them if instead of growing flowers, they grew human body parts, fresh and ready for transplant? Never thought about that before? Well, now you will - welcome to Farmhand. Farmhand's first volume...

    3.5 stars Though not the best, this was a pretty decent book with an intriguing (and somewhat original) concept. Can't wait to see where it goes next ...

  • Groovy
    Nov 13, 2018

    things are aFOOT!! review TK ************************************** hello, you! welcome back! now gimmie gimmie gimmie! ...

    Old Jedidiah had a farm, E-I-E-I-O, And on that farm he grew some human body parts, ? Eeeeeeeeee! Jedidiah Jenkins has figgered out a way to grow human body parts, like crops, on his farm, ready for transplantation. Surprisingly, there?s some controversy around his franke...

    Rob Guillory, the artist best known for drawing Chew, is back as both the writer and the artist on his latest Image series, Farmhand. I usually try to avoid the works of artists who turn writers since that usually doesn?t work out very well, but I was so into Chew (well, most of it, ...

    Imagine if you can grow new parts of people on plants? Like you need a new arm? No problem, let me cut that off my tree and give it to you. This is a story about a family trying to come together once more. The Jenkins family was ripped apart when the father went into the business o...

    The story and art remind me of Plants Vs. Zombies except this isn't funny at all. Lots of gratuitous violence toward animals and incredibly unlikable characters. It's disappointing because this sounded like a cool concept. Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 Tota...

    Very Chew-like in its wacky goriness. Love the art. But needs more humor. ...

    Farmhand is a new ongoing series by Rob Guillory (artist on Chew) and the over-the-top craziness is making Farmhand kinda simillar. So if you are a fan of Chew (I am not), you'll most likely love it. Anyways Jedediah Jenkins has a farm where he grows spare human body parts. His bus...

    The artwork is wacky and gorgeous but something about the story didnt feel like it ever got going. I also found there were too many characters and very dialgoue heavy, with some dialogue unnecessary for the movement of the plot. ...

    You know that argument against genetically modified plants? How would you feel about them if instead of growing flowers, they grew human body parts, fresh and ready for transplant? Never thought about that before? Well, now you will - welcome to Farmhand. Farmhand's first volume...

    3.5 stars Though not the best, this was a pretty decent book with an intriguing (and somewhat original) concept. Can't wait to see where it goes next ...

    Another hit from 2018! This book was a really fun and creepy experience. At first I thought it was gonna be more serious but really it had me giggling instead. There were a few panels that I'd just looked at and busted out laughing, its pretty great. But just because its funny, does...

    Another reason to go vegan. Macabre fun. ...

    This comic was just not my kind of thing at all. I was intrigued by the story of a farm that grew organs gone horribly wrong but this comic tries to not only be funny but also keep its dark, thriller side of the story intact and it just does not work for me. Also, at the points it was ...

    I was wondering how much responsibility Rob Gulliroy should take for all the fucked up shit in Chew ... based on this book, it seems like all of it. Chew was batshit insane, but this cranks it up to eleven. I loved Gulliroy's art right from the beginning... it was so unique and car...

    An intriguing premise, bright, distinct artwork, and a gruesome but comedic undertone, Farmhand Volume One has a lot going for it. Writer Ezekiel returns home near his family?s farm after an unspecified fallout with his father years earlier, his wife and two children in tow. The ...

    *I received this book as an eARC from Image Comics via Edelweiss* "Farm"aceutical stem cell research! PLants growing with human body parts! Think of the "Living with the Land" EPCOT ride meets a Haunted House. A son returns to his hometown with his family. His father has gone fr...

    It's got the same weird-humor vibe as Chew and the story so far is not that far removed from the earlier series. It's good to have Guillory back on an ongoing title. This is his first creator-owned book and focuses on the Jenkins family whose patriarch, Jed, has come up with a way to g...

    Rural Louisiana, complete with plenty of references to Creole and Cajun culture, is a great setting for this blending of technology, agriculture, and the supernatural braided into a story of an estranged father and son trying to reconcile their past. There is just the right balance of ...

    I liked CHEW. I like this. ...

    Didn?t know what to expect, but gave this a shot because I enjoyed Chew so much. Well done! ...

    After finishing John Layman & Guillory's Chew, I wondered if I'd ever read a comic quite so original again. But Guillory's Farmhand pulls it off. His art also still manages to convey horror and be funny simultaneously. That's hard enough to do well in movies, never mind in comics. ...

    If you just take a quick look at this book, you won?t think it contains the story that it does. In a cartoony style, the characters just seem like normal people. That is, until you learn that the father of the main characters is a genius. He created a kind of artificial life, using p...

    Some kind of Soylent Green ? meets Poison Ivy ? drama goes on here. In Hicksville, USA, a man reluctantly goes back to the family fold, which is where he finds his elderly father engrossed in a bizarre organ farm ? literally getting flowers, shrubs and trees to use a unique stem ...

    Farmhand pulls off that rare balance between dark comedy, horror, and family drama that results in the reader caring what happens next. Well done. ...

    A farm that grows body parts. What more could there be in this crazy world. ...

    A fun series with amusing background scribblings to look out for. Lots of set up for the next arc, can't wait! ...

    pretty fun all the way through, although the minor humor deets give me nostalgic Jhonen Vasquez vibes. The ending's got me hooked and eager for the second arc. ...

  • Jakub Kvíz
    Mar 01, 2019

    things are aFOOT!! review TK ************************************** hello, you! welcome back! now gimmie gimmie gimmie! ...

    Old Jedidiah had a farm, E-I-E-I-O, And on that farm he grew some human body parts, ? Eeeeeeeeee! Jedidiah Jenkins has figgered out a way to grow human body parts, like crops, on his farm, ready for transplantation. Surprisingly, there?s some controversy around his franke...

    Rob Guillory, the artist best known for drawing Chew, is back as both the writer and the artist on his latest Image series, Farmhand. I usually try to avoid the works of artists who turn writers since that usually doesn?t work out very well, but I was so into Chew (well, most of it, ...

    Imagine if you can grow new parts of people on plants? Like you need a new arm? No problem, let me cut that off my tree and give it to you. This is a story about a family trying to come together once more. The Jenkins family was ripped apart when the father went into the business o...

    The story and art remind me of Plants Vs. Zombies except this isn't funny at all. Lots of gratuitous violence toward animals and incredibly unlikable characters. It's disappointing because this sounded like a cool concept. Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 Tota...

    Very Chew-like in its wacky goriness. Love the art. But needs more humor. ...

    Farmhand is a new ongoing series by Rob Guillory (artist on Chew) and the over-the-top craziness is making Farmhand kinda simillar. So if you are a fan of Chew (I am not), you'll most likely love it. Anyways Jedediah Jenkins has a farm where he grows spare human body parts. His bus...

  • Bonnie Evie Gifford
    Feb 01, 2019

    things are aFOOT!! review TK ************************************** hello, you! welcome back! now gimmie gimmie gimmie! ...

    Old Jedidiah had a farm, E-I-E-I-O, And on that farm he grew some human body parts, ? Eeeeeeeeee! Jedidiah Jenkins has figgered out a way to grow human body parts, like crops, on his farm, ready for transplantation. Surprisingly, there?s some controversy around his franke...

    Rob Guillory, the artist best known for drawing Chew, is back as both the writer and the artist on his latest Image series, Farmhand. I usually try to avoid the works of artists who turn writers since that usually doesn?t work out very well, but I was so into Chew (well, most of it, ...

    Imagine if you can grow new parts of people on plants? Like you need a new arm? No problem, let me cut that off my tree and give it to you. This is a story about a family trying to come together once more. The Jenkins family was ripped apart when the father went into the business o...

    The story and art remind me of Plants Vs. Zombies except this isn't funny at all. Lots of gratuitous violence toward animals and incredibly unlikable characters. It's disappointing because this sounded like a cool concept. Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 Tota...

    Very Chew-like in its wacky goriness. Love the art. But needs more humor. ...

    Farmhand is a new ongoing series by Rob Guillory (artist on Chew) and the over-the-top craziness is making Farmhand kinda simillar. So if you are a fan of Chew (I am not), you'll most likely love it. Anyways Jedediah Jenkins has a farm where he grows spare human body parts. His bus...

    The artwork is wacky and gorgeous but something about the story didnt feel like it ever got going. I also found there were too many characters and very dialgoue heavy, with some dialogue unnecessary for the movement of the plot. ...

    You know that argument against genetically modified plants? How would you feel about them if instead of growing flowers, they grew human body parts, fresh and ready for transplant? Never thought about that before? Well, now you will - welcome to Farmhand. Farmhand's first volume...

    3.5 stars Though not the best, this was a pretty decent book with an intriguing (and somewhat original) concept. Can't wait to see where it goes next ...

    Another hit from 2018! This book was a really fun and creepy experience. At first I thought it was gonna be more serious but really it had me giggling instead. There were a few panels that I'd just looked at and busted out laughing, its pretty great. But just because its funny, does...

    Another reason to go vegan. Macabre fun. ...

    This comic was just not my kind of thing at all. I was intrigued by the story of a farm that grew organs gone horribly wrong but this comic tries to not only be funny but also keep its dark, thriller side of the story intact and it just does not work for me. Also, at the points it was ...

    I was wondering how much responsibility Rob Gulliroy should take for all the fucked up shit in Chew ... based on this book, it seems like all of it. Chew was batshit insane, but this cranks it up to eleven. I loved Gulliroy's art right from the beginning... it was so unique and car...

    An intriguing premise, bright, distinct artwork, and a gruesome but comedic undertone, Farmhand Volume One has a lot going for it. Writer Ezekiel returns home near his family?s farm after an unspecified fallout with his father years earlier, his wife and two children in tow. The ...

  • Hermit of Bowman Swamp
    Feb 03, 2019

    things are aFOOT!! review TK ************************************** hello, you! welcome back! now gimmie gimmie gimmie! ...

    Old Jedidiah had a farm, E-I-E-I-O, And on that farm he grew some human body parts, ? Eeeeeeeeee! Jedidiah Jenkins has figgered out a way to grow human body parts, like crops, on his farm, ready for transplantation. Surprisingly, there?s some controversy around his franke...

    Rob Guillory, the artist best known for drawing Chew, is back as both the writer and the artist on his latest Image series, Farmhand. I usually try to avoid the works of artists who turn writers since that usually doesn?t work out very well, but I was so into Chew (well, most of it, ...

    Imagine if you can grow new parts of people on plants? Like you need a new arm? No problem, let me cut that off my tree and give it to you. This is a story about a family trying to come together once more. The Jenkins family was ripped apart when the father went into the business o...

    The story and art remind me of Plants Vs. Zombies except this isn't funny at all. Lots of gratuitous violence toward animals and incredibly unlikable characters. It's disappointing because this sounded like a cool concept. Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 Tota...

    Very Chew-like in its wacky goriness. Love the art. But needs more humor. ...

    Farmhand is a new ongoing series by Rob Guillory (artist on Chew) and the over-the-top craziness is making Farmhand kinda simillar. So if you are a fan of Chew (I am not), you'll most likely love it. Anyways Jedediah Jenkins has a farm where he grows spare human body parts. His bus...

    The artwork is wacky and gorgeous but something about the story didnt feel like it ever got going. I also found there were too many characters and very dialgoue heavy, with some dialogue unnecessary for the movement of the plot. ...

    You know that argument against genetically modified plants? How would you feel about them if instead of growing flowers, they grew human body parts, fresh and ready for transplant? Never thought about that before? Well, now you will - welcome to Farmhand. Farmhand's first volume...

    3.5 stars Though not the best, this was a pretty decent book with an intriguing (and somewhat original) concept. Can't wait to see where it goes next ...

    Another hit from 2018! This book was a really fun and creepy experience. At first I thought it was gonna be more serious but really it had me giggling instead. There were a few panels that I'd just looked at and busted out laughing, its pretty great. But just because its funny, does...

    Another reason to go vegan. Macabre fun. ...

    This comic was just not my kind of thing at all. I was intrigued by the story of a farm that grew organs gone horribly wrong but this comic tries to not only be funny but also keep its dark, thriller side of the story intact and it just does not work for me. Also, at the points it was ...

    I was wondering how much responsibility Rob Gulliroy should take for all the fucked up shit in Chew ... based on this book, it seems like all of it. Chew was batshit insane, but this cranks it up to eleven. I loved Gulliroy's art right from the beginning... it was so unique and car...

    An intriguing premise, bright, distinct artwork, and a gruesome but comedic undertone, Farmhand Volume One has a lot going for it. Writer Ezekiel returns home near his family?s farm after an unspecified fallout with his father years earlier, his wife and two children in tow. The ...

    *I received this book as an eARC from Image Comics via Edelweiss* "Farm"aceutical stem cell research! PLants growing with human body parts! Think of the "Living with the Land" EPCOT ride meets a Haunted House. A son returns to his hometown with his family. His father has gone fr...

    It's got the same weird-humor vibe as Chew and the story so far is not that far removed from the earlier series. It's good to have Guillory back on an ongoing title. This is his first creator-owned book and focuses on the Jenkins family whose patriarch, Jed, has come up with a way to g...

    Rural Louisiana, complete with plenty of references to Creole and Cajun culture, is a great setting for this blending of technology, agriculture, and the supernatural braided into a story of an estranged father and son trying to reconcile their past. There is just the right balance of ...