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-winning co-creator and artist of Image Comics' CHEW, comes a new dark comedy about science gone sinister and agriculture gone apocalyptic. Nature is a Mother...

Collects FARMHAND #1-5.

Title:Farmhand, Vol. 1
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781534309852

    Farmhand, Vol. 1 Reviews

  • karen

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

  • Sam Quixote

    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...

  • Artemy

    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...

  • James DeSantis

    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 ...

  • Shannon

    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 sounde...

  • Tatiana

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

  • Roy

    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 f...

  • Chris Lemmerman

    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...

  • Devon Munn

    3.5 starsThough 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...

  • Sierra

    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 loo...