Futurama Comics #47

Futurama Comics #47

Writer: Patric Verrone Artist: James Lloyd Publisher: Bongo Comics Release Date: January 27, 2010 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Jan 30, 2010

    James Lloyd, Dan Davis, Nathan Hamill are all at their very best for the issue. Lloyd earns the first laugh with a hilarious rendition of Hermes and Amy as one. Inker Dan Davis' talent can be seen in the dramatic blacks when the Professor sets off an explosion. While the vampiric nonsense is annoying, Nathan Hamill's colors emphasize the hammy with flares of background reds. If only the story read as brilliantly. Read Full Review

  • 10
    KurtPikachu Jan 27, 2016

    I loved this issue! One of my many favorites from the Futurama Comic book collections! Forget Michael Keaton, Bender is the original 'Bird Man' in this comic! The comic is called Chitty Chitty Bend Bend. In the beginning, Bender helps Fry practice knife throwing. Then Farnsworth takes everyone to Berlin for an air and space show. He's in a usual rivalry with his adversary Wernstrom. Then Wernstrom makes a mockery out of Farnsworth's invention and he falls into a deep depression Farnsworth wants Bender to put him out of his misery and Cubert tries to talk him out of it. Bender has a doomsday device put in him, and instead of killing Farnsworth, it sends Bender into an exhilarating flying frenzy! Then Bender uses his flying powers to become a superhero. Even rescuing a cat from a tree and saving Fry from falling, after that people laughed at Fry for screaming like a girl. Farnsworth recovers from his depression then Bender becomes uncertain about all the good deeds he's done. You know, Bender never likes to do anything prolific ally good. So he goes to a church and gets advice, then Bender puts the device in Tinny Tim. Very mirthful and convivial Futurama Comic. Best ones ever made. Recommended it to any fan.

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