Mars Attacks Popeye #1
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Mars Attacks Popeye #1

Writer: Martin Powell Artist: Terry Beatty Publisher: IDW Publishing Release Date: January 2, 2013 Critic Reviews: 3
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The weekly event of the year starts on the second day of the year! Mars Attacks Martians invade five different IDW timelines and universes this month, starting with their assault on Sweethaven. How can Popeye, Alice the Goon, the Sea Hag the rest of the one-eyed sailor’s friends and foes possibly contend with this threat from beyond the stars?

  • 10
    Comic Booked - Skott Jimenez Jan 5, 2013

    This issue certainly caters to fans of both franchises, but if you've ever been curious out either of them, now's a perfect time to check out Mars Attacks and Popeye. Also worth keeping an eye out for are the variant covers. Each of these 5 books will feature 2 additional covers featuring classic and independent characters in and around comics drawn by their creators. This issue's variants feature Mars Attacks Opus and Mars Attacks Miss Fury (I have included a look at the Miss Fury cover but, sadly, the Opus cover was only made available to another website and those meanies watermarked their name on it but trust me, it's amazing and if your LCS has it then you must get it)! Ask your comic shop if they have them available and check back here next week for… Read Full Review

  • 10
    Comic Book Therapy - thorverine Jan 2, 2013

    This is the perfect way to kick off the Mars Attacks crossover. Powell and Beatty craft a near perfect Popeye story, plus it has the addition of Mars Attack to put it over the top. If you love Popeye, Mars Attacks, or just great retro storytelling and art this is one you must pick up. Mars is attacking IDW and it seems like it's going to be great. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    ComicList - Brandon Borzelli Jan 5, 2013

    Popeye battles Martians. It's fun, action packed and a very dense read, which I was not expecting. However, the Mars Attacks aspect feels too glossed over and it seemed like they could be any generic monster which I wasn't a fan of. This is a fun idea that was simply too light on the Mars Attacks influence for my tastes. A decent read, but perhaps a great one if you a fan of Popeye. Read Full Review

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