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Ambush Bug Year None #1

Ambush Bug Year None #1

$2.99
VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
Written by Keith Giffen & Robert Loren Fleming Art by Giffen & Al Milgrom Cover by J.H. Williams III Variant cover by Giffen
The wait is over — everyone's favorite Bug is back, courtesy of the original AMBUSH BUG team of Keith Giffen and Robert Loren Fleming! Cities will be destroyed! Cats and dogs will live in sin! Every unanswered question of the DC Universe will be answered! Live heroes will die and dead heroes will live! Okay, none of that actually happens, but join us anyway for this totally irreverent romp through the DC Universe as only Ambush Bug could give you!
Available July 23rd, 2008
REVIEW by Brian Fisher

I'm a huge supporter of obscure characters hitting it big. And Ambush Bug is about as obscure as it gets. Now first off, I'm a fan of Keith Giffen as a writer, but definitely not as an artist, so that was a bit off-putting. But I'll concede this point and defer to the good writing. Ambush Bug has always been good for breaking the "fourth-wall," but in this issue he practically demolishes it to hillarious consequences. About a kajillion self-referential jokes later I'm all laughed out and glad the Bug is back.
I give it 8 out of 10 Grahams
VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
Written by Keith Giffen & Robert Loren Fleming Art by Giffen & Al Milgrom Cover by J.H. Williams III Variant cover by Giffen
The wait is over — everyone's favorite Bug is back, courtesy of the original AMBUSH BUG team of Keith Giffen and Robert Loren Fleming! Cities will be destroyed! Cats and dogs will live in sin! Every unanswered question of the DC Universe will be answered! Live heroes will die and dead heroes will live! Okay, none of that actually happens, but join us anyway for this totally irreverent romp through the DC Universe as only Ambush Bug could give you!
Available July 23rd, 2008
REVIEW by Brian Fisher

I'm a huge supporter of obscure characters hitting it big. And Ambush Bug is about as obscure as it gets. Now first off, I'm a fan of Keith Giffen as a writer, but definitely not as an artist, so that was a bit off-putting. But I'll concede this point and defer to the good writing. Ambush Bug has always been good for breaking the "fourth-wall," but in this issue he practically demolishes it to hillarious consequences. About a kajillion self-referential jokes later I'm all laughed out and glad the Bug is back.
I give it 8 out of 10 Grahams
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