Phil Oritz relishes the chance to design a strong supporting character. Antonio Vabosco, clad appropriately in Villanueva's royal purple, is memorable for what he is not. Vabosco isn't a comedic figure. He actually behaves quite normally, yet there's still something cartoony in him that syncs to The Simpsons environs. Mike DeCarlo's inks embellish depth and refine the lines to create the precision of an animation cell. This only adds to the overall polished look of the funny book. Simpsons Comics bites the big business of making stars. Its acidic venom that will cause fits of laughter in the reader. Read Full Review
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