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Discussion in 'Comic Book Culture' started by HellCat, Jan 12, 2010.
The insanity continues with ASBAR #7.
Linkara prepares for future zombie breakouts.
Then, Linkara returns to Magfest for the story of a carpenter, a girl, a nosy TV reporter, and a bio-engineered gorilla in Midnight of AT4W LIVE!
Linkara flies into Tatanga's territory as he spins into another Game Boy adventure in issue 3. (Moved up as a tribute to JewWario.)
Those Nintendo comics are wonderfully wacky, though I've never heard of Blip magazine before Midnight of AT4W Live. Regarding the Game Boy comics, I wonder who's idea it was to make an unlikable jerk the de facto central character? I mean, he doesn't want to get his mother involved in the weirdness, but he has no problem taking her money and car?
Another nice, touching tribute to Justin, aka JewWario. A week later and I still can't believe it.
Incidentally, this is the first Nintendo Comic System comic he reviewed that I haven't read (have the first two issues in "The Best of NCS" Hardcover.
These Game Boy Adventure comics are pretty ridiculously fun with their concept. Just the combination of Mario flying in his plane right along side a more realistic plane is pretty funny. Making the main character into such an unlikable jerk was a pretty odd choice, but it does provide Linkara with quite a bit of material too.
The tribute to Justin at the end was really touching. Going off script makes it even more personal and it ended on a sweet note.
Linkara races demon truckers off the road in US-1 #3 and returns to Liefeldia for more over-muscleized madness in Youngblood #6.
I know this has been said before but man has Image come a long way seriously they went from Youngblood to freaggin Saga
And perhaps ironically that's in part due to their current publisher Eric Stephenson, who was brought into the Image fold by Liefeld and actually scripted this issue.
Yeah, didn't pick up on this before, but Linkara cameoed in StH #257.
Sweet, I just learned that from Twitter. Congrats, Linkara!
Captains meet as Linkara takes a look at the Star Trek Generations comic adaptation.
An alright review - the major issue I seem to have with it is the fact the movie itself has been covered in depth by several reviewers. The interesting thing was more how the comic attempted to retell the story, but like fails due to not being able to supplement the movie. Bad adaptations do nothing but retell the same story. Good ones add something that the source does not. The closest it does is adding the deleted scene were Kirk orbital skydives - which was also in the Jr. novelization.
Although, I did enjoy seeing Linkara go Trek Mode again.
Linkara reunites with Mr. T and joins The A-Team.
Linkara enters a world of cyborg ducks, steroid rabbits, and many, many typos as he reviews The Wild #1.
Linkara witnesses the union of gun-toting future caveman and bearded idiot to fight a majorly malicious, maniacal, mad, mad, mad Mother Machine in Kamandi at Earth's End #5.
Linkara travels to a photo-realistic future in Nova Girls: Kissing Canvas.
Also, Linkara, Nash, Film Brain, and JewWario (RIP) take a look at the 1978 Dr. Strange television movie.
Interesting that like manga, the term used for photo comics is just the word for comics in another language.
Linkara experiences the birth of stupidity when he takes on the infamous The Avengers #200.
Linkara goes on another non-espionage adventure with Starchild in SCI-Spy #5.
Also, he's posted his next list of upcoming reviews:
Bill and Ted, some more Power Rangers comic action, and Red Hood and the Outlaws finally gets its due.