Madman Atomic Comics, Volume 3: Electric Allegories

The Madman Atomic Comics Grand Finale Wrapping up Michael Allred s latest inventive and groundbreaking Madman series, this volume includes the entire Tweenage Wasteland story arc where Frank Madman Einstein and the Atomics meet Red Rocket 7 Also included are special episodes guest starring creators Darwyn Cooke, J Bone, Joelle Jones, and Jamie S Rich And while AllThe Madman Atomic Comics Grand Finale Wrapping up Michael Allred s latest inventive and groundbreaking Madman series, this volume includes the entire Tweenage Wasteland story arc where Frank Madman Einstein and the Atomics meet Red Rocket 7 Also included are special episodes guest starring creators Darwyn Cooke, J Bone, Joelle Jones, and Jamie S Rich And while Allred is notorious for including massive bonus sections in his collections, this is the biggest yet with rare and unseen goodies as well as an amazing pin up section featuring work by James Jean, Dave Cooper, Dave Johnson, Joe Quinones, Jim Rugg, and other greats Contains Madman Atomic Comics 14 17
Madman Atomic Comics Volume Electric Allegories The Madman Atomic Comics Grand Finale Wrapping up Michael Allred s latest inventive and groundbreaking Madman series this volume includes the entire Tweenage Wasteland story arc where Frank Madman Ei

  • Title: Madman Atomic Comics, Volume 3: Electric Allegories
  • Author: Mike Allred Laura Allred Jamie S. Rich Darwyn Cooke
  • ISBN: 9781607062639
  • Page: 397
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Madman Atomic Comics, Volume 3: Electric Allegories”

    1. The first story was touching and exciting. The second story felt like it was self-congratulatory without really doing anything.Then the "bonus" "extras are so long that it makes you feel like you're buying a sketchbook with a few stories. It's a mistake to include so much and not make it clear that you're only buying half a book.

    2. The Madman series pretty much comes to a close with this volume, a collection of short stories that let Allred and company let loose with experimental styles and stories. The art is astonishing. The stories are slight -- Madman boiled down to its essence. There's no longer the ongoing mystery, the mythology that kept the story going for more than a decade. In fact, that mythology pretty much fizzled out in the last volume, with a reveal of a big bad that had no significance and mattered not at a [...]

    3. Collecting the last four issues of MAC, and a ton of extras like sketches, pin-up art, etc Still a huge Allred fan, and this stuff is great (and according to him his favorite work ever), but I miss the MADMAN COMICS days that's when the book was in it's prime I think. Still, there is NOTHING else out there quite like MADMAN-- in any incarnation. Pure comic-pop!

    4. This volume acts more as epilogue to any of the events in the previous volume, though it's still wildly inventive and entertaining.

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