I've spent a dollar on worse things I guess.
For those that haven't seen/read it yet....just buy a bunch of Bazooka Bubble Gum, lay out the Bazooka Joe comic strips end-to-end, and this comic is the end-product.
For what it is, I found it fun and refreshing. It's an Orko comic, so that right out the gate means you can't take it seriously.
My take is, just have fun with it.
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I'm sorry, but no. I couldn't stand this one. If I could will it out of existence, I would. I couldn't get passed the art style or the cross over references. Just reading it irritated me. The Randor one was great. Even the Evil-Lyn one gave more depth to her character. This...I just...I don't know what to say.
I am sorry to ask stupid questions here (and bit off topic) - but I am completely new to digital comics stuff. I purchased the digital MOTU at DC Entertainment. Is there any way how I can save the comics to my computer or is it possible to view it only by logging in to DC website? How does this work?
At first I was like what ?
But then I was like what ?
First, let me start off by saying I am not a fan of Orko. He does not exist in my personal MOTU canon.
That said. This was hilarious! Kudos to the creative team for making me enjoy a book about my least favorite MoTU character..
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a) This comic in a way was a little more of a grown up approach, because this issue insinuated that Orko may have caused havoc to the artifact on purpose (under the guise of his being undercover) when the Sorceress at the end tells Orko that she was basically (and I am paraphrasing here) getting too big for her britches and the mayhem Orko caused allowed her to see this.
b) I can understand why fans on here both loved and hated this comic. But I mean, this is ART! And art is totally subjective. As a one-off digital comic, artists at DC probably have a little more freedom than usual on this type of piece, and as such they're taking advantage of the rare opportunity to take chances that they normally wouldn't get to take.
It begins with a stupid premise...Orko living in Castle Grayskull...thus destroying any hope of suspension of disbelief.
Poorly conceived and sloppily executed. Sure, it's only a dollar...but what a waste.
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Look closely at the cover. the left side of Orko's face, the tired looking eye. The torn robe... Hints at things to come?
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