HaHa #6

Writer: W. Maxwell Prince Artist: Martin Morazzo, Chris O, #39, Halloran Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: July 14, 2021 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 5 User Reviews: 8
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MINISERIES FINALE

"HAPPY HANK THE VERY HAPPY CLOWN"
Now where have we seen this guy before?

The worlds of HAHA and ICE CREAM MAN reveal themselves as one and the same in this story about the last days of Happy Hank (previously seen in ICE CREAM MAN #8). Featuring artwork, of course, by the ICE CREAM MAN creative team of MART N MORAZZO and CHRIS O'HALLORAN.

  • 8.5
    Multiversity Comics - Henry Finn Jul 19, 2021

    "Haha" #6 is the perfect ending to an original and enjoyable series. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    ComicBook.com - Patrick Cavanaugh Jul 14, 2021

    This final chapter isn't necessarily superior to any of the stories that came before it, with audiences likely to connect more strongly with some narratives than others, yet it does manage to wrap up the entire concept of HAHA in an effective and fulfilling way, sending the series out the disturbing, enlightening, and entertaining note that we have come to expect from the twisted premise. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    But Why Tho? - Charles Hartford Jul 15, 2021

    Haha #6 delivers another, final, somber tale to its series. While I'm unsure if it manages to deliver the message it originally intended, this issue and the series as a whole is certainly an experience that will stick with me for a long time. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    You Don't Read Comics - Russ Bickerstaff Jul 14, 2021

    The entirety of the anthology series doesnt approach any kind of sense of finality, but its not for lack of trying. Prince and company manage some moments of thematic expansion as Prince covers some of the bigger themes that have been ricocheting through the series. The art team manages a few beautiful panoramic panels. The series lacks an overall sense of composition that would make it feel like anything other than a dark stumble through the kind of simple, unsullied sadness that doesnt often make it into pop fiction. Its sad. Its simple. Its not terribly compelling, though. It holds a mood perfectly. And maybe thats all it really needs to do.  Read Full Review

  • 2.0
    DC Comics News - Carl Bryan Jul 16, 2021

    Your collection would benefit from issues #3 and #5. Given that I am an optimist at heart, i really wanted to laugh at HaHa on some level. Billed as a tragedy, it lived up to that for me. The art was superb in this issue, but I just don't get it! Read Full Review

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