Visually very interesting but the content of each 'recorded attack' is extremely sparse. If you aren't the type to take time and pore over every graphical detail in each of the panels this will be a very quick read.
I don't want to be completely cynical and imply this is Max Brooks cashing in on the success and name of The Zombie Survival Guide and World War Z but this is definitely a graphic novel for only the most dedicated fans of the books.
This sums up my thoughts pretty well. Especially given that this "book" was planned over a year ago, I expected much more content. The idea is fantastic but the thread that should string all these stories together is tenuous if one finds it at all.
I really enjoyed this book. Glen Duncan did a great job of channeling Satan in his writing, not the sulphur and brimstone, horns and pitchfork devil though, more of the peter cook in bedazzled kind of dark lord.
The flow of the text however is often quite disjointed as the devil seems to suffer from some kind of attention defecit disorder and changes the subject more often than a politician being quizzed on his expenses (that was his doing by the way), so I'd recommend careful reading otherwise some of the speedier readers may find they occassionally need to backtrack a paragraph or two because they missed the seque into another of the Devil's many asides and are wondering how the story switched to nazi germany for example.
All that said though it's a fun story and this is a book I'd recommend to my friends, a small warning to those of delicate sensibilities though it can be extremely coarse in some places but then again he is the Devil.