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Futurama Comics Reviews



Futurama Simpsons Crossover Crisis Part II #1

Release Date: 01/26/05

The long-awaited sequel to the Futurama/Simpsons Infinitely Secret Crossover Crisis is here at last! With the brittle fabric between reality and fiction stretched beyond its limits, the entire citizenry of Springfield finds itself trapped in New New York a thousand years in the future. Once there, the advanced 30th century populace, which has overcome war, famine, and cured the common cold, does what any technologically and morally evolved culture would do.

# of Reviews: 51   Rating: 88%


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#31 by Me
This comic lacked the sceintific prowess of the show. Though seeing the characters come together is good enough for me. Screw sceince, yeah futurama.

Me gave 5 points
04/22/05 | eMail

#32 by Zoidberrrrrrg
I hadn't read any crossovers before so I didn't know what to expect but I loved it. The comic timing of the thumb war bit was fantastic, and it was one of the coolest stories defining everyone's characters

Zoidberrrrrrg gave 4 points
04/30/05

#33 by yo niggers
futurama sucks!


yo niggers gave 1 point
05/05/05

#34 by Matt Groening
ITS ABSOLUTELY FANTASITC!!!!

Matt Groening gave 5 points
06/29/05

#35 by FryFan
I only got #2 of the original series just a couple of months before this was released and i have to say this is just as good.

FryFan gave 5 points
07/28/05

#36 by bagmir
good book.

bagmir gave 4 points
08/07/05 | eMail

#37 by chris
it was a great comic a lot better than part 2 tho but very good.

chris gave 5 points
08/07/05 | eMail

#38 by scruffy
an exellent with great jokes in it

scruffy gave 5 points
08/09/05

#39 by Zapp Brannigan
This comic was very funny. Is it just ME or... do you read the comics over again about 2 months after the release date of them? Hey! I buy the comics the day they come out!! Do you watch the programmes? I just bought Futurama Comics #22.

Zapp Brannigan gave 5 points
08/13/05

#40 by v.f.d
i absoutly loved it.i also thaught that mr smithers shoud have gone on zap branagin.THE WORLD IS QUITE HEARE.

v.f.d gave 4 points
09/01/05


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