All through history, love is in the air! At least, if Mister Peabody and Sherman can cure Shakespeare's writer's block and don't mention Cyrano's nose, that is. And if not... well, it's a good thing Mister Peabody is a handy dog with a sword!
I'm a sucker for this stuff because I have two little girls and we are all eagerly anticipating this film so I loved the issue. A clever story, lots of fun and sentiment…can't beat it. Read Full Review
Still, the art is competent and it doesn't impede on a forty something fanboy's memories enough to declare it garbage like I would with others. It holds up putting Monlongo's reasonable art onto Fisch's writing skeleton to allow me a brief moment of fun enjoyment of after school memories as well as reflections of Saturday mornings long ago, wearing pajamas, eating Captain Crunch cereal, and enjoying reruns of cartoons from the 1960s. Read Full Review
Mr. Peabody and Sherman is a fast and funny all-ages book. The younger kids will enjoy it and the adults will find a joke or two aimed at them as they read along. You can tell how this one is setting things up and trying to reintroduce the characters to a new audience since the movie is coming up, and it does that pretty well. Read Full Review
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