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Broken Pencil Magazine

Issue #2 Review
Review by Cam Gordon
BrokenPencil.com

You don’t typically think of South Carolina as a hotbed of warped zombie-ish mayhem. Or maybe we do?!? Either way, it’s the home state of Chicken Outfit, a full-colour, fully-professional comic that details the misadventures and misfortunes of Rusty, Stan, Headcast and Billy. They are your typical, garden variety “salt of the earth” types who ultimately find themselves on the receiving end of ritualistic abuse, be it from authority figures or from the authoritative monsters and ghouls who come within their orbit. This comic also touches on technological angst and binge drinking, all spun into a singular chaotic episode that they manage to survive. The artwork in Chicken Outfit is a lot of fun with shades of R. Crumb in some of the monsters and facial expressions (though not in the hind quarters). The dialogue is colourful and fat-free with plotlines advanced quickly without tons of exposition. Although this is the second issue, an interested reader can really pick this up without having read the first instalment thanks to the quality of this work. From the sounds of things, there was a bit of a spatial gap between issue #1 and #2 so hopefully we won’t have to wait as long for #3. We want more! (Cam Gordon)

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Comic Bastards

Issue #2 Review
Review by James Anders II
ComicBastards.com

Months ago, I had the pleasure to read and review a rather unique independent comic from the creative (and maybe demented) minds of writer/artist Joe Deagnon and writer Kirby Stasyna called Chicken Outfit. Though it was a bit unconventional, I found between the vast array of weirdness and wildness that a tale of life was being played out between the varying degrees of technology, supernatural(ness), and life lessons. It kind of reminded me of some surreal afterschool special watched while being in some form of drug induced psychosis.

And I loved every single minute of it.

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Issue #2 Review
Review by Ross Rivers
IndieComix.net
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Not so very long ago, I reviewed the magnificent Chicken Outfit issue one by Joe Deagnon and Kirby Stasyna. But it was long enough ago that you probably forgot what happened! It has dribbled out of your head!

LET’S RECAP! A guy wears a chicken outfit! Another guy creates a killer sex bot! There’s porn! Alcoholic psychics! Fishing! You’ll love it! I loved it! DID YOU BUY IT?!? Of course you did, it was fantastic.

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Issue #2 Review
by Rondal Scott III
When we last reviewed Chicken Outfit, our hapless protagonists—Rusty McDoodle and Stan Munson—had just barely survived an attack by a kill-hungry sexbot. Issue #2 picks up with the boys back at their “day jobs” with Rusty struggling to stave off the sanity-reducing assaults of several needy clients before heading to “world’s largest adult novelties company” to apply for a job with his bud, Stan. Rusty gets the job, whether he likes it or not, and the duo decide to celebrate with a few drinks.

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Almost Normal Comics

Issue #2 Review
by Warren E. Elliott
Somewhere nestled in the frigid north among tall, shivering naked trees and frozen Wendigo carcasses there is a lonely man named Joe with an imaginary friend named Kirby. The two fill the empty space between their drug binges with writing and drawing comics about sex dolls, website design, and chicken fetishes. This is one such comic.

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Comic Bastards

Issue #1 Review
by James Anders II
This story has simple base values and starts each of its scenes seemingly normal….A green “mutant” looking guy working on a creating a sex doll cyborg… A guy in a chicken suit having a smoke, pondering life’s cruelty… A bandaged mystic looking for signs within his estate, etc. etc. Ok, maybe it’s not so simple and base, but this labor of love from creators Joe Deagnon and Kirby Stasyna is a delightful concoction of insanity, mayhem, and fun with a little bit of societal technology burnout and possible demonic intervention blended in as well. It is an interesting ride.
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Strange Kids Club

Issue #1 Review
by Rondal Scott III
Eight years in the making, according to co-creators Joe Deagnon and Kirby Stasyna, CHICKEN OUTFIT is a melting pot of lowbrow comic art, horror movies, science fiction and lewd behavior that follows Rusty McDoodle – a down on his luck artist (in a chicken suit) living in a city full of lunatics – and his best friend Stan Munson, a technological whiz kid whose secret passion, when not working for the world’s largest adult novelties company (Xber Xabre), is building the ultimate sex-doll.

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Indie Comix Review

Issue #1 Review
Review by Ross Rivers
IndieComix.net
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Chicken Outfit, written by Joe Deagnon (who also provides the art) and Kirby Stasyna, follows two “underpaid slobs” as they deal with heartbreak, corporations, internet porn, and killer demon sex robots. Among other things.

Our two heroes, Rusty McDoodle and Stan Munson, are dealing with problems. Rusty isn’t being paid for his work and his girlfriend left him. He’s also wearing a chicken suit but that doesn’t come up at all… Stan’s problem is the ultra responsive, self lubricating sex robot he created that was taken over by some sort of demon and tried to kill him.

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Drawn Words

Issue #1 Review
by Kevin Cortez

Writer Kirby Stasyna and artist/co-writer Joe Deagnon self-published the first issue of their horror comic Chicken Outfit, which honestly came out of no where and took me by surprise. I’m not too big on horror comics, but in combination with the gruesome art style Deagnon provided in addition to Stasyna’s aid in wit writing, the first issue of Chicken Outfit has proved a worthy mention for the year’s most interesting self-published comics.

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