The fact that Petersen could step aside and allow other creators to come in and work in Petersen’s world of mice is a true testament to how beloved this property is.
The American translation of the original French series was arguably the finest book Archaia has put out. So far, The Killer: Modus Vivendi is showing no difficulty in living up to its predecessor.
The much more streamlined self-contained Archaia book Tumor wastes little time in getting to the point: Its protagonist, noir-inflected P.I. Frank Armstrong, is dying of a brain tumor.
“We’ve been overwhelmed with the positive response to Fraggle Rock, and I’m so excited that the first book of the Archaia/Jim Henson Company partnership has flown off the shelves so quickly!”
Finally, an answer to the question, “What would happen if James Bond was a bad guy?” The Killer: Modus Vivendi is the latest in a series of books that follows the exploits of a hitman…
I reviewed every issue of this as they came out, but it took quite a while, so let’s check out the giant-sized collection of the first seven issues! This is in honor of the new issue, which came out today!
Somewhere some psychology major is going to have a field day with this, but I love a good villain. Actually, scratch that. I love all villains. Ever since I was a kid, I’ve loved the bad guys…
First off, I’m a big samurai fan. Huge. I love all the Zatoichi films, as a samurai is awesome in his own right but a blind samurai is even awesomer. Okko is the traveling samurai…
If anything, reading the “Fraggle Rock” half of Archaia’s Free Comic Book Day offering makes me want to go back and rent the DVDs so that I can see some more of this show.
I never had so much fun as when I watched Fraggle Rock as a kid. This book truly brought back my memories of the show and I couldn’t help but smile throughout.