Howard The Duck Magazine (1979-1981) #1

Howard The Duck Magazine (1979-1981) #1❴Reading❵ ➾ Howard The Duck Magazine (1979-1981) #1 Author Bill Mantlo – Oaklandjobs.co.uk Collecting such tales as the Fowl of Fear, The , Desperado, From Hell It Cometh and Chair Thing Check out the maladjusted mallard in his monthly mag Collecting such tales as the Fowl of Fear, The , Desperado, From Hell It Cometh and Chair Thing Check out the maladjusted mallard in his monthly mag. my quest to read everything Howard the Duck related has finally brought me to the recently rereleased Howard the Duck Magazine, an oddity from the late 70s that to be fair I knew nothing about till it s recent appearance in Comixology and I gotta say it s kind of a mixed bag I love that it s following a lot of the storylines and characters from the original Steve Gerber run sometimes maybe a little too fiendishly and the whole black and white magazine set up is kinda interesting and fits the my quest to read everything Howard the Duck related has finally brought me to the recently rereleased Howard the Duck Magazine, an oddity from the late 70s that to be fair I knew nothing about till it s recent appearance in Comixology and I gotta say it s kind of a mixed bag I love that it s following a lot of the storylines and characters from the original Steve Gerber run sometimes maybe a little too fiendishly and the whole black and white magazine set up is kinda interesting and fits the overall underground unique vibe of those early Howard books but it lacks the spark of that original run, it kinda feels like it s running on fumes, and it doesn t seem like it s as edgy and underground as it thinks although Howard and Bev s relationship is made explicitly clear whereas the original run was a bitoblique even w all that I will definitely keep reading this series the rest of the volumes are collected in what s being called Howard the Duck Vol 3 if only to see where some of the storylines set up in this book are headed also the art is top notch, Howard s cartoony nature standing out in stark contrast to therealistic characters throughout really works for me and makes the whole thing a lotsurreal I ve also read that latter issues play up the magazine element somew articles and other miscellaneous nonsense, which sounds interesting