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Futurama Comics Reviews



Comics #16

Release Date: 02/04/04

When Professor Farnsworth's clone Cubert shows a slight dip in his studies and a decrease in his IQ, he is sent across the galaxy in search of a school that will save his brain from atrophying. But Cubert's not the only one sent off to boarding school. Fry, Leela, and Bender find themselves trapped in the Blackboard Jungle as well. Join us for the prologue to "The Time Bender Trilogy" - a special Futurama story arc - in four parts!

# of Reviews: 31   Rating: 96%


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#31 by FuturamaFan
As my uncle walked along the path, I was quite sure that it was another MAD magazine he was going to give me. Instead, when I opened the Newspower package, it seemed he couldn't get a MAD, but this was even better. In the package it had Futurama #16. I read it, and had no idea what it was about. I didn't know that Fry was frozen, I didn't know the lobster was Zoidberg, or the guy with the wig was Hermes, or that orange haired person was Farnsworth's clone, nor did I know the setting was in the year 3000! Gradually, when I read more comics, #17 then #18, #19, and so on, I became more interested and knew more about Futurama. Soon I was watching the TV show, and getting more comics, so I became a Futurama fan. I love your comics, and I always will. First time noticed!

FuturamaFan gave 5 points
05/31/07


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