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September 24, 2018

Cartoons

He-Man/Thundercats #2 (review)

He-Man/Thundercats #2 (review) DC Comics, November, 2016 Writers: Peter J. Tomasi, Patrick Gleason Our review of “He-Man/Thundercats” #1 was less than favourable due to what we felt was a needlessly complex premise: characters from the two Saturday morning children’s cartoon, “He-Man and Masters of the Universe” and “Thundercats”, smashing against each other, to puzzlingly enable

The Flintstones #5 (Review)

The Flintstones #5 (Review) DC Comics, November 2016 Writer: Mark Russel Early into the fifth issue of “The Flintstones”, Barney Rubble comments that “This all feels familiar, doesn’t it, Fred?” Familiarity is an odd, even paradoxical, description of this relaunch by American publisher DC Comics. Even as the series dramatically reinvents the world and characters

Dig It! – Cage #1 (Review)

Cage #1 Marvel Comics, October 5, 2016 Writer: Genndy Tartakovsky “Cage #1” is a new mini-series from American comic book publisher Marvel Comics, featuring the African-American hero named Luke Cage. This is a character that is currently experiencing broad, renewed brand interest due to the launch of a live action Netflix television series (which, at

Hanna Barbera Future Quest #1 and 2

“Hanna Barbera Future Quest” #1 and 2 (DC Comics, August and September 2016) Writer: Jeff Parker Many children watching television cartoons such as “The Herculoids”, “Mightor” and “Space Ghost” in the early and mid-1970s must have fantasised about the prospect of these characters, and more, interacting within the same continuity. In that regard, writer Jeff