Futurama Adventures

Futurama Adventures Follow Fry Leela Bender and the crew of Planet Express as they fend off hostile takeovers risk life and limb on a no holds barred game show protect New New York City from the Santa Robot s annual

  • Title: Futurama Adventures
  • Author: Eric Rogers James Lloyd John Delaney Carlos Mota Tom King Phyllis Novin Steve Steere, Jr. Matt Groening
  • ISBN: 9780060739096
  • Page: 370
  • Format: Paperback
  • Follow Fry, Leela, Bender, and the crew of Planet Express as they fend off hostile takeovers, risk life and limb on a no holds barred game show, protect New New York City from the Santa Robot s annual slay ride, save the world from the fiendish machinations of Robot Devil, confound terminators from an altered future bent on destroying the past, form a superhero team and riFollow Fry, Leela, Bender, and the crew of Planet Express as they fend off hostile takeovers, risk life and limb on a no holds barred game show, protect New New York City from the Santa Robot s annual slay ride, save the world from the fiendish machinations of Robot Devil, confound terminators from an altered future bent on destroying the past, form a superhero team and rid the universe of marauding break dancers, and fight off the effects of aging with a mind bending transformation that could spell the end of all they hold dear Take flight to the future of Futurama and leave the past behind today

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    1. These Futurama comics are really starting to grow on me. The stories are fun and involving and the dialogue, in particular, is well done. You can almost hear the voice actors reading the lines here.My favorite was the Freaky Friday parody where Fry and the Professor switch bodies. The Professor uses his new, youthful outer shell to pick up hot, nerdy chicks and even scores with "old" colleagues. Meanwhile, encased in the Professor's creaky carcass, Fry does not fare so well. Deemed insane by his [...]

    2. It was okay, but Futurama simply doesn't work as well as a comic as it does as a tv show. So I'd say, it didn't encourage me to read more volumes, but on the other hand, now I really want to re-watch the tv show.

    3. this and the other futurama comics were a great stop gap during that long horrible period when the tyrants 20th century (ahum living in the past anyone????) Fox did not allow any new production for futurama, curses be upon them and praise be to this book.

    4. Reading these comics feels like watching new episodes of the show. It is so much fun! Also, the word search at the end was a nice surprise.

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