Agent X #11

Writer: Evan Dorkin Artist: Juan Bobillo Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jun 16, 2003

    One of the funniest comics I've read in years, as Evan Dorkin introduces Fight-Man into the Marvel Universe, and in the process he has a grand old time lampooning the collection of heroes who rose to popularity in the 1990s with their big shoulder pads, and even bigger guns. Now Fight-Man is really just a big, strong goon who runs around cause an extraordinary amount of damage, but his adherence to the super-hero code of not killing makes him into a hilarious contrast. From his cheesy super-hero banter (Hot damn! I thought I heard evil simmering in the kitchen!), to his belief that the only way to deal with a situation is to rush in with guns ablazing, Fight-Man is one of the most enjoyable comedic creations I'm ever come across. I know this is Agent X's book, and he makes several enjoyable contributions to the action, but Fight-Man is the real star of this adventure, and I can't recommend this issue enough to fans looking for the perfect comedic realization of the mindless, utterly po Read Full Review

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