Tue. Jul 23rd, 2024

It’s very light fare. I wouldn’t go there is something more mentally challenging or with dense scripting were available. But Reaper is good fun. You have a just barely beyond kid employee of a Home Depot-like store, his wannabe/not wannabe girlfriend, his two buds who help him track down people escaped from Hell: one’s a helpless romantic so desperate he recently decided to take up with a demon, and the other is an over weight sex-crazed pervert who somehow doesn’t manage to turn every woman off on the planet the innuendo-laced litany he spouts.

Even Satan is good for a few laughs.

The side stories are about as interesting as the souls he needs to send back to Hell and the odd vessels Satan gives him to catch them.

If you’re looking for Hellish fun without all those dark brooding Supernatural-like clouds hanging heavy, try Reaper.

By Ken Carman

Retired entertainer, provider of educational services, columnist, homebrewer, collie lover, writer of songs, poetry and prose... humorist, mediocre motorcyclist, very bad carpenter, horrid handyman and quirky eccentric deluxe.

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