And Then I Read: FUTURE QUEST #6

Image © DC Comics and Hanna-Barbera.

Okay, this title is going off my reading list. It was fun for a while, but as I don’t have any vested interest in these characters, and the comic is now mainly fighting and plot development, I no longer find that it entertains me. The only thing that caught my interest here was a clever connection between the main story with too many characters and the backup story featuring The Impossibles. Otherwise it’s all A teaming with B to rescue C before villain X gets them. Not my cup of tea. Your mileage may vary, and if you watched the HB cartoon shows the characters are from, it’s much more likely to appeal to you, I’m sure.

Not recommended.

One thought on “And Then I Read: FUTURE QUEST #6

  1. Chuck Wells

    Bringing the HB characters together in a shared universe was a wonderful idea. Promoting Doc Shaner as the titles artist was exciting. Sadly those responsible could not resist spinning modern era conceits into the mix, and Shaner’s artwork was quickly sidelined in support of an extended array of art participants. DC itself ruined this books chances. I’m going to miss it, but it could have been a contender!

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