Title: Nextwave: Agents of H.A.T.E. #12
Writer: Warren Ellis
Penciler: Stuart Immonen
Reviewed by John Lewis and Tony Mourlot
John Lewis: S
S for your immortal monkey soul!!! In this issue, Aaron Stack gets stabby-stabby from Number None who’s really a baby M.O.D.O.K., and then Devil Dinosaur shows up in all his sexiness and has a mad orgy of a fight with the Nextwave squad with them victorious with Tabitha Boomy Boom getting the final blow.
Tony Mourlot:Yeah, this issue was bittersweet for me. Great way to end the series but a sad day because it’s the end for now. The baby M.O.D.O.K. was priceless. I actually laughed out loud at that. Then I laughed even louder with the appearance of Devil Dinosaur. It was hysterical seeing him in a smoking jacket holding a glass of champagne. I’ll miss getting my Nextwave fix every month but a great send off for a great series. ‘Splode! What did you think of the art hairy, live-birth nut-eating skin monster?
John Lewis: The art was great and just as good as any of the art previously featured in this series.
In particluar, I loved the panel where Tabitha asks if the sexy robot (a.k.a. Aaron stack for you non-reading fleshy ones) is invisible. Good stuff.
Lastly, we should start calling Lord Simian a filthy monkey or a hairy **** in celebration of what was Nextwave.
Tony Mourlot: Immonen was great as always. It’s weird though, I hate his Ultimate FF run but he rocked here on Nextwave. I’m looking forward to him on Ultimtae Spidey.
How about we call Simian Filthy, Hairy, Monkey ****
John Lewis: Yeah. I didn’t like his Ultimate X-Men run for some reason.
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Posted originally: 2007-02-22 02:02:22
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