Don't read Howard the Duck #1 expecting high art or deep, compelling drama. This issue is meant for little more than light entertainment. Several comparisons can be drawn to the old Looney Toons animated shorts. One sequence in particular could have been ripped straight from a Bugs Bunny/Elmer Fudd encounter. Marvel seems to enjoy ripping on old favorites like Bugs and that everpresent rodent at Disney, but it's all in good fun. Thanks to the addition of Juan Bobillo on pencils, this issue brings back memories of the good old days of Dan Slott's She-Hulk. Marvel doesn't really have enough in the way of humorous comics these days, so this mini-series should suffice at least until Peter David (hopefully) puts She-Hulk back on track. Read Full Review
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