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Mega Man #18

Mega Man #18

$4.00
VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Ian Flynn
(A) Gary Martin & Various
(CA) Mike Norton
'Proto-Type,' Part 2. The origin of Mega Man's wayward brother, Proto Man, continues! What happened to the robot named 'Blues' after he left Dr. Light? And how did he make is fateful encounter with Dr. Wily? Then, in 'Cold Feat,' Guts Man comes to Ice Man's aid, but is the buff robot the bigger threat?
Date Available: 10/10/2012
BONUS REVIEW by Gary Owens


Things not on my radar: tortured loneliness in an Archie Comic. I got this and more here, and talk about a pleasant gift. After the lengthy Previous page, explaining how Dr. Light created robots, like MegaMan, to help mankind, which dovetailed to other stuff, I admit I cringed at the omen of a chatty previous page. Come on, this is a comic book, not a novel. Don't suffocate the artist, please. But after a page flip my worries went up in smoke. Ian Flynn wrote a comic reminiscent of classics like Pinocchio, or even Frankenstein, but with a fresh twist, as a creation searches for meaning in a confused world. He lets the art speak, telling much more, at times, than his sparse words surrender. Yes, there is a pull back of drama at the end, he does remember it is an Archie Superhero Comic, but not before showing that he can write. Thumbs way up.

I give it 9 out of 10 Grahams


VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Ian Flynn
(A) Gary Martin & Various
(CA) Mike Norton
'Proto-Type,' Part 2. The origin of Mega Man's wayward brother, Proto Man, continues! What happened to the robot named 'Blues' after he left Dr. Light? And how did he make is fateful encounter with Dr. Wily? Then, in 'Cold Feat,' Guts Man comes to Ice Man's aid, but is the buff robot the bigger threat?
Date Available: 10/10/2012
BONUS REVIEW by Gary Owens


Things not on my radar: tortured loneliness in an Archie Comic. I got this and more here, and talk about a pleasant gift. After the lengthy Previous page, explaining how Dr. Light created robots, like MegaMan, to help mankind, which dovetailed to other stuff, I admit I cringed at the omen of a chatty previous page. Come on, this is a comic book, not a novel. Don't suffocate the artist, please. But after a page flip my worries went up in smoke. Ian Flynn wrote a comic reminiscent of classics like Pinocchio, or even Frankenstein, but with a fresh twist, as a creation searches for meaning in a confused world. He lets the art speak, telling much more, at times, than his sparse words surrender. Yes, there is a pull back of drama at the end, he does remember it is an Archie Superhero Comic, but not before showing that he can write. Thumbs way up.

I give it 9 out of 10 Grahams


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