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Comic Critics #147!

Here is the latest installment of the Comic Critics strip, courtesy of Sean Whitmore (writer) and Brandon Hanvey (artist)! You can check out the first hundred and forty-six strips at the archive here and you can read more about Sean and Brandon at the Comic Critics blog.

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14 Comments

“Wolverine, Wolverine,
If he falls he will cut your spleen.”

(Tune of the old Spidey TV show.)

Lame, tired jokes. Art is okay.

I do believe this is one of those that might have been better served without the last panel.

lol. was hoping some one would go after spider man turn off the dark. and leave it to the comic critic to mine the thing for comedy gold.

Six panels of Spider-Man: Turn Off the DarK, and no serious injuries? Talk about implausible!

Worst one yet.

What Derick said. Except the exact opposite.

And it’s still better than what we got :)

sorry this strip was about a month too late

Is that actually what the Green Goblin looks like in this version, or is it somebody else?

I don’t care what the others say. I like your strips. :)

I guess it’s universal: Wolverine + Spidey = more sales. Well done.

How is this a month too late? The show hasn’t opened yet, and it’s still plagued with production problems. They don’t even have an ending for the show yet.

And the final panel is great.

Mary,

I heard a new villain was created for the show, but it seems like the Goblin is still part of the cast maybe:

http://www.comicsalliance.com/2010/11/15/annie-leibovitz-spider-man-musical-photos/

LOL @ thinking that Taymor gives two shits what she’s doing to Broadway. I really hope that the intent was to be ironic, since she could not care less, hence this entire play’s existence in general.

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