Fighting American: The Ties That Bind #1

Fighting American: The Ties That Bind #1

Writer: Gordon Rennie Artist: Andie Tong Publisher: Titan Books Release Date: March 7, 2018 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3 User Reviews: 1
5.8Critic Rating
9.5User Rating

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The critically-acclaimed series returns with a brand-new story featuring Fighting American and Speedboy!
The villainous Madam Chaos is safely behind bars, but the chaos she has released is only just beginning. Faced with new and classic enemies, some old family secrets are revealed that could break out heroes all-American spirit!

  • 8.4
    Chuck's Comic Of The Day - Chuck Mar 10, 2018

    Writer Gordon Rennie and artist Andie Tong are crafting another entertaining chapter that takes this series in some unexpected directions - and that's a good thing! Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    Outright Geekery - Tony Dillard Mar 8, 2018

    Somebody wasn't happy with the way the first issue of Fighting American ended. How did you feel about it? Let us know in the comments section below... Read Full Review

  • 4.0 - JK Schmidt Mar 7, 2018

    It's a serviceable superhero comics, but in a medium dominated by that specific genre it does little to stand out on its own. Read Full Review

  • 9.5
    SloboSOY Mar 8, 2018

    So I will have alone to defend this title ? Hey weak up, you will let some Frenchy defending a flag for America for Crying sake. How did critic have going that cynical. 4/10 for can be at best explain by the fact the person have to much reading in a row. So, be Warned, I never had read a Fighting America Title. So I'm totally new to it. And when I just take a look, I was so disappointed at First that I put me Up to my Comics Week Pill. And that was one of my best reeding of this week. And I will try to explain why. So Gordon Rennie, didn't try to put the action back in the day. In a way I assumed that he would but he is more cunning than that. Fighting America & Speedboy are in our era after a time displaced teleport things (We didn't see that happen so deal with it, At first that made me unhappy). But then Gordon place some cool trick, like the fact Speedboy as already take some of the teen language of this era (And watch TV show is partner didn't approuve). There also some cool parallel with Captain America. Not just the man displaced in another era, or the obvious lookalike. But the fact Fighting state he didn't need a Shield. I liked how Gordon play with the fact Fighting didn't ask to care or remember the real name of his partner. Or the FBI receiving complain for Endangering Teenager. So yes the bad-guys are cheesy, but that strenghtens the legacy of Fighting America old story. And they can use a old foes in a new position of power. That seem forced but that for the good of a comedy action comics. If you are to grown up to read only just a funny story with some good in it ... Return to your darkness, your need of more realistic & dramatic event in a line of heroes ... Go back to Image, Dark Horse ... Go hell to Avatar even. But I think your need for more (Because you are grow up) have break something in the super-heroes comics. So be Brave, Be bold, be Curiose & Make a stand. Take a look & come back talk together.

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