The Future of comic books has arrived:
This is everything good with comics. Bizarro is going to punch Superman. Bizarro is a’gonna’ try and punch Supergirl, though I suspect she shall prove too fast and wily for our choky antagonist. All of this shall be rendered in a style so cute, it would make the denizens of Candy Land heave a collective sigh of adoration.
Should this prove insufficient to render instant purchase, yea jaded comics buyers, the cover of this comic promises that there will be a Kryptonian mouse named Fuzzy. He has his own lil’ super cape an’ everything. AW.
YOU TRY and not buy this. I dare you to. Don’t you want to see Superman ask Fuzzy for help against Bizarro? Can’t you imagine Streaky, Supergirl’s be-caped super cat chasing Fuzzy around so fast that they reset time? Don’t you want to see Fuzzy the Kryptonian mouse fly up Bizarro’s nostril and rip his skull out of his backwards feet…did I do that right? If normal people have skulls in their heads, then the people of Bizarro world have skulls in their feet?
But then again, they wouldn’t THINK with their brains. They would think with their skulls, and the brains would be wrapped around the skull to protect it. Let me ask that previous question in a more correct grammatical fashion, Bizarro wise:
Don’t you want to see Fuzzy the Kryptonian super mouse fly up Bizarro’s nostrils (Which he uses to see things with) in order to rip through his body, straight down to his feet in order to rip the skulls out of his legs from their squishy brain covers?
I know I do.
NOW is a pretty great time to read kids comics. More and more shops are picking up kid friendly, all ages titles, and the wealth of talent working in kids comics is staggering!
I really am excited about Fuzzy the Super Mouse, and I am going to pick this up mostly for the brains/skull thing, but also because I want to get his first appearance. I’M SERIOUS!
Harley Quinn is one of the most popular Bat villains, and she premiered in the animated Batman series of the Nineties.
I’m only half joking when I hold silly characters like Fuzzy, Harley, Ambush Bug and Howard the Duck (Currently giving the living dead heck in the pages of Marvel Zombies: Ducky’s Dozen!) up as examples of creators inventing to keep themselves amused. It’s good for comics when we’re all having fun.
I don’t think I’ll be grabbing Before Watchmen: Nite Owl #1 which hits the shelves this week, but I wouldn’t miss Superman Family Adventures #2 for all the cheese on the moon.
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