Futurama Comics #25

Writer: Ian Boothby Artist: Michael Kazaleh Publisher: Bongo Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate May 27, 2006

    Beneath the spectacular colors of Nathan Hamill, Michael Kazaleh provides extraordinary artwork. Not only does he perfectly bring the cast to on-model brilliance, he also imagines the Groening style for caricatures of Ed Sullivan's head, a certain group's Yellow Submarine Starship, a particularly bloated Fry and a hilarious Yoda cameo. His imagination extends to the bots as well. Aided by the sharp, smooth engineering lines of Phyllis Novin, Kazaleh makes the feminized robot denizen actually cute and captures the Sheriff in robot rampage mode. This issue of Futurama Comics is a triumph of the sincerest form of flattery and fun. Read Full Review

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