Frank Doberman rejoins the police force after years of exile, but instead of being top dog like in the old days, he finds hims himself starting over with a new uniform, new rules and regulations and a new partner.
Doberman #2 is not the type of release that's going to have widespread appeal. It's a yarn that knows it's audience and if you're like me in the sense that you love comedy and action antics from the 80s then this is right up your alley. Don't believe me? Just go to your local shop, spend some extra cash and give this one a try because you'll have fun with it. Recommended. Read Full Review
There's more genuinely funny occurrences in this issue; I actually found myself laughing out loud on more than one occasion. It's a dumb, juvenile type of humor (think a few brain cells past Beavis and Butthead) that's right up my alley and I love it. I can see how it's not for everyone, but all in all this book is just an old-fashioned romp of a read and I enjoyed my time with it. Read Full Review
Doberman #2 is a funny story that's just a bit too much on the nose when it comes to the type of stories it's parodying. The story gives way to clich and "loose cannon cop" moments, but it seems like this is just a small stumble in what appears to be a really witty and creative series. Read Full Review
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