Futurama Comics #21

Writer: Eric Rogers Artist: John Delaney Publisher: Bongo Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Oct 15, 2005

    Futurama was not always about comedy, but sometimes the artists and writers would throw in dramatic bits that absolutely shouldn't have been placed in the scene. This would mutate a merely amusing scene into a gut-busting scene. Andrew Pepoy enhances the comedy of the comic book by creating dramatic shadows and effects in the inks that simply have no reason to exist given the tone. One must also not forget the colors of Joey Mason. Futurama was one of the most colorful shows on television, and the comic book does a great job in following its footsteps. Mason like his fellow artists does not merely pick and choose what colors match. He sometimes has to consider what will work on an original character or object to blend with the candy coats of Matt Groening's best series. Read Full Review

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