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Futurama Comics Reviews

Comics #24

Release Date: 03/22/06

In the tradition of Futurama's annual "Anthology of Interest" episodes, Bongo Comics presents an issue of inquisitive inquiries and questionable queries that will boggle the mind when Professor Farnsworth's What If Machine reveals the alternate pasts, presents, and futures of the Planet Express crew. Witness the Santa Robot's reign of terror when we dare answer the question "What if it was X-mas every day?" Then Fry poses the question, "What if my life was more like a sit-com?"

# of Reviews: 11   Rating: 97%

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#1 by Helper
Not bad, interesting slant on the what if stories. The genius work of James Lloyd can't be better.
Mike Kazaleh story was great, some more effort could of gone into the art.

Helper gave 5 points

#2 by WOOHOO!
I actually really enjoyed this issue

WOOHOO! gave 5 points

#3 by robsie
o my god so cool well done

robsie gave 5 points

#4 by Go Futurama!
Futurama rocks, and all the comics are just a reflection of all the wonderful episodes. The comics are just as good, and equally as funny. This was hilarious and I prompt you to buy it immediatley if you haven't already. ROCK ON FUTURAMA!

Go Futurama! gave 5 points

#5 by Aussie
WHOA! WHOA! WHOA! This comic was fab-u-lous! I loved this comic! It was great! A definite addition to any Futurama fan's comic collection. WHOA!

- Aussie.

Aussie gave 5 points

#6 by futuramarocks
This was one FAB issue - James Lloyd needs to be the artist in a lot more issues, no one draws Futurama like him! Mike Kazelah art was alright and the What-If machine story was ace. Ian Boothby's doing one helluva lot of stories at the mo - where's Eric Rogers?
Anyhoo, keep up the good work!

futuramarocks gave 5 points

#7 by yoyoma
Yo - awesome comic. Futuramarocks already said what I think. Keep it oop!

yoyoma gave 5 points

#8 by commandobob
very good and funny good one 4 the collection

commandobob gave 4 points

#9 by A. Mazing
wowza - this comic has it all! one fandabeedowsy issue!

A. Mazing gave 5 points

#10 by Ivan
Awesome issue, I only just got around to buying it though. The James Lloyd part was great, the part drawn by Mike Kazaleh could have used a bit more work, although the overall premise of the sitcom suggests it was deliberate with using his style for it. I really loved the jokes, especially when Amy and Leela called each other cows and Leela hitting Amy with an Anti-Skank bomb. Great stuff.

Ivan gave 5 points

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