Futurama Comics #10

Writer: Eric Rogers Artist: John Delaney Publisher: Bongo Comics Critic Reviews: 2
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  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Dec 4, 2002

    Mr. Delaney accomplishes all of these requirements with ease, but several panels stand out. On page three, a weather being hilariously exemplifies Futurama's acceptance of the basic natural needs. A few panels below, Novin and Mason help evoke a surprising quiet scene through the use of shadows and colors. The strange pink alien is extremely bizarre, and the Hammerhead shark aliens are eye-catching. Action becomes quite animated as the (sw)curling begins. You know if there were actually threats like that on the ice, it might just be an interesting sport to watch. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Paul Dale Roberts Jan 8, 2003

    In this futuristic setting, when it is Wintertime, it is compared to a nuclear Winter wonderland. There are some funny cracks made on Canadian football. There are thrills when the characters get ready for the Olympics and you learn that when they play hockey that the carnivorous goalie will eat the losing team! Read Full Review

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