Elephantmen #26

Writer: Richard Starkings Artist: Various Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: June 30, 2010 Cover Price: $3.5 Critic Reviews: 2
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Blackthorne is assigned to assist Hip and Ebony in tracking down the MAPPO agents loose in Los Angeles. Miki reluctantly agrees to help.

  • 9.0
    The Weekly Crisis - Ryan Schrodt Jul 2, 2010

    This slightly disjointed issue of Elephantmen may not be the strongest that this series have ever seen, but buy now you should know that even the weakest issue of Elephantmen is going to be lightyears ahead of most comics you'll see on the stands. Starkings throws a lot of plot points out there this week, which opens the story up to go in a number of different directions and does so with the help of a cadre of talented artists. Could it have been better? By Elephantmen's standards, possibly, but its still an awesome read that you should definitely check out. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    ComicList - Brandon Borzelli Jul 4, 2010

    Elephantmen is consistently one of the best reads out there every single issue. This issue takes a bit of a deep breath as it appears to be ready to explode very soon. I liked the new character introduced but want more of her. I also liked the expansion of Sahara and the complication thrown in there about what the SIMMs are capable of doing. Elephantmen continues to push the boundaries of the strange mixture of war, humanity and science fiction. I definitely recommend this comic book. Read Full Review

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