Itty Bitty Comics: The Mask #2

Itty Bitty Comics: The Mask #2

Writer: Art Baltazar, Franco Artist: Art Baltazar, Franco Publisher: Dark Horse Comics Release Date: December 10, 2014 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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When Herman brings the mask in to his zookeeping job, he never expects the animals to be curious about it too! Now strange things are happening at the zoo! Is that an elephant dancing the mambo? What's up with that well-dressed giraffe? Find out when animals unleash their wild side!

  • 8.6
    Word Of The Nerd - Oscar Maltby Dec 11, 2014

    Despite that one tiny niggle, Itty Bitty Mask #2 is a fun and expressive title. I happily recommend it if you're in the mood for something funny and innocent, or more importantly, if you're looking for that all-important first issue for someone new to comics. Heck, my daughter's only 3, and she's sat on the sofa giggling at the "silly green lion" as I write this. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Dec 10, 2014

    The second installment in this series is just as silly as the first, though it doesn't replicate it in the same way, which is a good thing. Shifting the story to Herman himself and then letting the animals have all the fun while they try to figure out how to stop things keeps it moving, goofy and just plain absurd. Which is what you want from an all ages title like this. The scripting is straightforward and light while the artwork is exactly what you expect from this title, which is to say it's wholly appropriate and a lot of fun, especially the coloring style. It's not a deep, rich work, but it's a fun work and that's just as important for readers to have access to and enjoy. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Fortress of Solitude - Byron Hendricks Dec 3, 2014

    Although not as good as Itty Bitty Hellboy (Who had a few stories per issue) this is a great story for younger readers. The jokes do not have a punchlines as its predecessor did but it will entertain youthful minds. The colours alone will get the job done even though the story is rather lacking. Read Full Review

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