Super Secret Crisis War: Johnny Bravo #1

Super Secret Crisis War: Johnny Bravo #1

Writer: Erik Burnham, Louise Simonson Artist: Erica Henderson, Derek Charm Publisher: IDW Publishing Release Date: July 23, 2014 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 5
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There's trouble a brewin' in Aron City; and no sir, it ain't the kind that rhymes with pool! A robot from another dimension has appeared, intent on finding and challenging a hero - any hero - for its evil masters. Instead, the robot finds Johnny Bravo, and proof... that even a robot can be driven mad by exposure to Johnny's obliviousness. Don't miss this tie-in to the event of the summer -- so cool, you're gonna have to wear shades. Hyah!

  • 9.0
    Florida Geek Scene - Raisa Jul 23, 2014

    Need I mention the dialogue? I give it all an A+. Johnny Bravo is absolutely hilarious and the girls' reactions were even better. The robot was dressed in this weird Elvis looking outfit, so his robotic insults were even funnier! I find it amusing that the writers gave the robot such personality. He was this confused, desperate bucket of bolts just trying to find a champion for his master, but he was stuck chasing this strange blonde man with a half- brain. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Rhymes With Geek - Wesley Messer Jul 23, 2014

    A solid one-shot for fans of Johnny Bravo and Cartoon Network die-hards. If you're following Super Secret Crisis War, there is a neat two page story by Louise Simonson and Derek Charm. The story talks about how the villains all got together in the first place. Which runs through the rest of the one-shots. Outside of that, Johnny Bravo's one-shot is a good read. A pleasant surprise and a good addition to the Super Secret Crisis War experience. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    We The Nerdy - Kierra Prince Jul 25, 2014

    In fact, the only major complaint I had with this issue is that Johnny's womanizing takes up a large amount of the comic. I understand that that's what his character does and everything. Let's be honest, that's the number one thing Johnny is known for. But the first woman he hits on has to deal with it for a ridiculous amount of pages and panels and I actually found myself desperately hoping that the evil robot would come just to end the situation that was getting progressively more creepy and less funny. And considering Johnny Bravo had an episode in which he gets turned into a woman and learns that the persistent cat-calling women face is a huge annoyance, I wouldn't say that expecting his behavior to not go on so agonizingly long is a silly wish. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comic Book Therapy - Cody "The Thorverine" Ferrell Jul 23, 2014

    Super Secret Crisis War brought Johnny Bravo back, but hopefully it wasn't for a one-off appearance. This is a nice, quick, fun tie-in, but it doesn't quite offer much more than some Johnny Bravo-ness. Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Big Comic Page - Craig Neilson Jul 24, 2014

    To summarise, the Johnny Bravo chapter of the ‘Super Secret Crisis War' has all the hallmarks a winning combination; faithful artwork, a fantastic writer, and a brilliant lead character. However, it just didn't quite manage to capture the magic of the television show, and came across as more than a little forced and unnatural as a result. Possibly worth a look if you're a bigtime fan, but not once I can recommend, I'm sad to say. Read Full Review

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