Futurama Comics #26

Writer: Ian Boothby Artist: Mike Kazaleh Publisher: Bongo Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Jul 29, 2006

    Mike Kazaleh opens the story with a beautifully imagined non sequitur, in which the Planetary Express crew becomes something other while still maintining certain facets of their physical personalities. Kazaleh's job becomes increasingly difficult in the panels due to the choices of angles. Leela being a cyclops presents unusual challenges in perspective that Kazaleh meets. Novin's ink more than enhances Kazaleh's pencils, they also allow the future setting to gel. Hamill's colors make use of every ray of the rainbow and all the blends. Of particular note is the moment Leela becomes the prism for a split in time. Here all the creators' talents pull together. Read Full Review

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