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Follow Fry, Leela, Bender, and the crew of Planet Express as they fend off hostile takeovers, risk life and limb on a no–holds–barred game show, protect New New York City from the Santa Robot's annual slay ride, save the world from the fiendish machinations of Robot Devil, confound terminators from an altered future bent on destroying the past, form a superhero team and rid the universe of marauding break dancers, and fight off the effects of aging with a mind– bending transformation that could spell the end of all they hold dear. Take flight to the future of Futurama and leave the past behind ... today!
|Series:||Futurama Series , #2|
|Product dimensions:||6.62(w) x 10.18(h) x 0.34(d)|
About the Author
Matt Groening, the creator and executive producer of the Emmy® Award-winning series The Simpsons, as well as creator of the cartoon strip "Life in Hell" and the animated FOX television series Futurama, is the man responsible for bringing animation back to primetime and creating an immortal nuclear family. In addition, Groening formed Bongo Comics Group in 1993 and currently serves as publisher of The Simpsons Library of Wisdom, Simpsons Episode Guides, Simpsons Comics, Bart Simpson Comics, Radioactive Man Comics, Simpsons Comics Treasure Trove, the annual Bart Simpson's Treehouse of Horror, Futurama Comics and more than 36 comic compilations, as well as many instant classics including Bart Simpsons Guide to Life, The Simpsons Handbook and The Simpsons Uncensored Family Album.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This collection of issues 5-9 of the Futurama comic book is a necessity for any Futurama fan. "The Planet X-Press Men", an ode to the X-men, is my favorite.
It is very intertaianing and funny.
I love this book.I started reading it as soon as I got it.I love to read it alot.
Matt Groening has done it again with another brilliant comic presentation bring the antics of that wacky team of Bender, the hateable robot; Leela, the loveable one-eyed cyclops, and that other guy, what's his name, to the printed page. Intelligent and cynical. . .skewers the effete with a mix of disrespect and pedantry. Lacks offensive, demeaning trash typical of celebrated pre-ironic balderdash. This is high level erudite nihilism. Solid jokes. Lines worth signing your e-mails with. The characters becoming richer and more colorful than even the TV series depicted them. Too bad it was not appreciated when it was on TV every week.