Slapstick, Volume 1

Slapstick, Volume 1Steve Harmon Was An Average Teenager Who Had An Average Job As Your Average Clown, Living In Average New Jersey But After Being Zapped By Weird And Mysterious Extradimensional Energy, Steve Became Slapstick A Living, Breathing Cartoon Character Now, After Joining And Then Quitting Deadpool S Mercs For Money, Slapstick Is Striking Out On His Own Terms Sure, He S Gotta Move Back In With His Parents, But These New Business Ventures Take Time And Anyway, He Gets To Team Up With The Amazing Spider Man So Things Must Be Going Pretty Well, Right Collecting Slapstick

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  • Paperback
  • 136 pages
  • Slapstick, Volume 1
  • Reilly Brown
  • English
  • 06 March 2019
  • 9781302903350

10 thoughts on “Slapstick, Volume 1

  1. says:

    I may be loopy from pain medication I pretty much always am but I thought this was hilarious It also managed to reference virtually every kids cartoon and toy range since the 1960s OK, this might not have been the most cerebral comicbook I ve ever read but I had an absolute blast reading it It probably wins the award for Most Dirty Jokes in Any Marvel Comic Ever , too.

  2. says:

    Reading single issues Note that, as of this writing only the first 4 issues are out yet And I m surprised at how much I m enjoying this title Though to be fair, I do have a penchant for both B list characters and titles with a slight goofiness to them I realize this title isn t for everyone, but if you liked SquirrelGirl, Great Lakes Avengers, Howard the Duck, or Damage Control amongst others give this title a try.

  3. says:

    Listen, kids Kit s got a story to tell.The year 1996 The place Sunny Southern California Kit is nine years old, turning ten during that blazing summer Her neighbor invites her over to sneak into her big brother s room Going through shoeboxes full of comics, Kit s life has changed It changes further when said Big Brother comes home, gives a performative teenage fit about his stuff, and then starts lending small stacks of comics to Kit for pocket change In that stack is the first book of a limited run series called The Awesome Slapstick Along with Lobo, Wolverine, the Mask, and the Freakazoid cartoon series, Kit has found a special place where being the weird one is fun, wild, heroic, violent, and, just like the brother, who later ends up behind bars, not always good for you But for a kid from a conservative household who is part of a church that bans Disney for supporting gay people, yeah, for awhile, it s enough to have something special to hide away that is part of that harmless mini rebellion of being a kid, and she jumps in with both feet Years later, Kit is dating a man A wonderful, gentle, thoughtful young man who helped her smuggle her precious books and childhood things out of the house where her mother, having another episode, demands her room be stripped of every book and cartoon character and start growing up They use the time her mother s brother is visiting from out of state to move out of the house while she isn t there to ask where she is moving He picks up a few boxes at a time in his trunk He doesn t have a job yet, but spends his time going between thrift stores finding old video games to sell online for a little cash He uses some of that cash to help her find a four issue limited series called The Amazing Slapstick, something she vaguely remembered from her childhood She rereads it in his car on the way to his house, feet up on the passenger seat turning pages, and he smiles as he drives A decade later, she s just turned 31, far too old to be reading comics still, by the estimation of some, but the world has gotten kinder to the idea of being yourself For her 31st birthday, her friend and roommate, Kayleigh, hands her a book she knows she will love, because months before, when discussing childhood memories of comics late into the night, Kit has spoken with starry eyes about a 4 issue limited series she loved as a kid One with cartoon powers and tons of jokes If I could have any power, she said animatedly, I d want cartoon ones I d like to be able to make people laugh whenever I wanted and know I could do anything I imagined Everyone wants to be invisible or fly or be really strong, but I d want it all as long as it didn t have to be serious That s why I love The Mask so much It s also the first CD I ever owned, the soundtrack He never has to be afraid if he can make people laugh She yammers on as usual as Kayleigh smiles, suggests they watch the movie They make popcorn on the stove and sit together on the couch in their pjs Kit refuses to stop singing along with Cuban Pete I thought you d like it if I got you the new one, she says with her usual, practiced shrug of humility, not one to be too sentimental But Kit can t see it too well through the tears in her eyes So how was the book Isn t this a review I couldn t tell you how you d feel, but I can tell you how it made me feel I loved the feeling I got in reading it that things don t have to be serious to be worth my time I loved knowing that I don t give a solitary damn about whether or not this is going to get an Eisner I even had to suppress a sneer at the knowledge that I don t feel obligated to justify why something is enjoyable to me to a cabal of humorless taste makers in order for me to want to set aside time to read it I m not going to suggest everyone run out and read it, or that it has never been done, or that it is even the best at what it has done I just know it made me happy to see it again And yes, I cried even as I laughed, giant rainbow robot blanket wrapped all around me and eating pixie stix on my front porch in my cartoon pjs, because it was a reminder for me that no matter what, some things will never change And one of those is how I will always laugh at anyone using the word dingus And that s my Goodreads Goal, folks.

  4. says:

    Slapstick That s Not Funny No really, it s not The only reason I ordered this to my hold shelf at the library was a goodreads review that stirred the same nostalgia in me that it did in that reader s heart and mind I remember picking up Slapstick 1 at my neighborhood grocery store in 1992 In my city, that s where we went for a limited selection of comics and Marvel collectors trading cards I can picture some of the art, but I don t remember anything about the story, and I m pretty sure I only had one part of that limited series which apparently was voted Best New Comic by Marvel readers that year so it wasn t much of a story.The original Slapstick was a thing of its time the same time period that Animaniacs and The Mask and several other Jim Carrey moves came out and were much quoted and imitated by adolescents and high schoolers in the U.S Having recently re watched the first few seasons of Animaniacs on Netflix, I know that series was far ahead of its time and still stands the test of time Read this hilarious look back in time at an imagined pitch meeting at Warner Brothers for Animaniacs It introduced a new generation to the Marx Brothers comedic style, combining political savvy with slapstick, and even gave us insight into films of the time that our parents were probably familiar with.On the other hand, I d wager that rewatching The Mask, Ace Ventura, or Dumb and Dumber would be rather painful experiences at this point in my life.Slapstick That s Not Funny is just a lot of dick jokes and references to popular cartoons, toys, and cartoons derived from toys from the second half of the 80s into the early 90s It s not the worst comic book I ve read after all, I was able to get through every panel of all 6 issues collected but it s not one I would recommend to anyone I would not even recommend it to the presumed target demographic of teenage boys fueled by sugar and a new influx of sex hormones, because we can do better, and they really don t need of this garbage.my review is at

  5. says:

    Slapstick That s Not Funny No really, it s not The only reason I ordered this to my hold shelf at the library was a goodreads review that stirred the same nostalgia in me that it did in that reader s heart and mind I remember picking up Slapstick 1 at my neighborhood grocery store in 1992 In my city, that s where we went for a limited selection of comics and Marvel collectors trading cards I can picture some of the art, but I don t remember anything about the story, and I m pretty sure I only had one part of that limited series which apparently was voted Best New Comic by Marvel readers that year so it wasn t much of a story.The original Slapstick was a thing of its time the same time period that Animaniacs and The Mask and several other Jim Carrey moves came out and were much quoted and imitated by adolescents and high schoolers in the U.S Having recently re watched the first few seasons of Animaniacs on Netflix, I know that series was far ahead of its time and still stands the test of time Read this hilarious look back in time at an imagined pitch meeting at Warner Brothers for Animaniacs It introduced a new generation to the Marx Brothers comedic style, combining political savvy with slapstick, and even gave us insight into films of the time that our parents were probably familiar with.On the other hand, I d wager that rewatching The Mask, Ace Ventura, or Dumb and Dumber would be rather painful experiences at this point in my life.Slapstick That s Not Funny is just a lot of dick jokes and references to popular cartoons, toys, and cartoons derived from toys from the second half of the 80s into the early 90s It s not the worst comic book I ve read after all, I was able to get through every panel of all 6 issues collected but it s not one I would recommend to anyone I would not even recommend it to the presumed target demographic of teenage boys fueled by sugar and a new influx of sex hormones, because we can do better, and they really don t need of this garbage.

  6. says:

    Reprints Slapstick Limited Series 2 1 6 February 2017 July 2017 Slapstick is no hero In fact, Slapstick is trying to set himself up as a mercenary and has been working with Deadpool as a result When a cartoon hero named Bro Man invades Earth, Slapstick learns that the key to his humanity could be back in Ecch which originally gave him his powers Slapstick finds the S.H.I.E.L.D division A.R.M.O.R is threatening to throw him in jail and that he and his friend Mike might be in for the adventure of a lifetime.Written by Reilly Brown and Fred Van Lente, Slapstick That s Not Funny reprints the second Slapstick limited series that was released as part of the Marvel Now line The collection features art by Diego Olortegui.Slapstick was an interesting idea in the 1990s The original series which introduced the character Slapstick 1 4 November 1992 February 1993 was a blending of comic book heroes and cartoon book plots along the lines of Who Framed Roger Rabbit While ultimately, the series didn t work, I always liked the idea, and I was kind of excited when Slapstick returned as part of Avengers The Initiative This series branches off of Slapstick s recent appearances, but it feels like it doesn t push the concept far enough.The fun of Slapstick is that he s a manufactured cartoon hero He is a regular guy stuck with a cartoon body like Jim Carrey in The Mask, but the idea that he s bitter and angry about it feels like it should be R Rated instead of PG 13 The jokes about his lack of endowment don t quite work in this format, and I wanted it either pushed farther or not do it at all It needed to be incredibly violent for it to be effective.The character design for Slapstick did always work for me It is a challenge to try to create a cartoon in a comic book world, and Diego Olortegui does a nice job envisioning that look The series has a lot of fun playing with classic cartoon tropes and characters resemble classic Looney Tunes, G.I Joe, My Pretty Pony, He Man, Disney, and It is the type of series that background art is rather rich and fun.Slapstick That s Not Funny almost works but fails to make it over the hump The collection is rather short and with references to the original limited series, it would have been nice if the collection had just included the original Slapstick series in addition to this Slapstick will keep popping up in Marvel comics, but Deadpool s behavior and style makes him a bit irrelevant now since it is the same humor Maybe a harder completely adult version of the character would be interesting of course with Marvel movies coming out of the woodworks, Slapstick could theoretically take the lead again.

  7. says:

    That s not funny sums ups my experience pretty well.Marvel Infinite Comics are not my favorite to start with, but I expected Slapstick to be, worst case scenario, a rip off of Dark Horse Comics The Mask, but if failed at being a toon in most ways.Slapstick won t move a muscle unless he s getting payed and is obsessed with getting his wangdoodle back, to the point of hiring a villain who he betrays instantly when confronted by the good guys.Slapstick spends most of the comic fighting pop culture parodies and it feels like the people behind this know about popular cartoon than classic toons , he fights a He Man parody, My Little Pony centaurs and meets G.I.Joe dog people.The minimum I expected of Slapstick was for him to be able to take a beating, but most of the people he meets know his weak point, the best I got was Slapstick getting an imprint of a fist on his face, speaking of which, you d think he d pull funny faces, but we don t really get much in that department either.His cartoon powers seem to limited to invulnerability, except he s not, a mallet called Gertie, which is kinda tiny, magic pockets , from which he just pull pop culture references and a grenade or two It looks like he can change costumes, but only uses this power to dress up for women he wants to impress.I ll end this with a minor spoiler that proves they don t seem to know what to do with a toon The big baddie is defeated by an anvil, but they don t show it because the baddie wasn t a toon at that moment Like I said before they fail at toon faces and instead of having a flat head, pained expression and stars flying around, it s just a panel with the anvil falling and the next panel has the anvil on the floor that s it that snot funny

  8. says:

    I honestly thought this was a rather funny comic I picked it up from the library on an impulse and would recommend it to others It uses slapstick s cartoony look, along with other cartoon parodies of predominantly 80 s cartoons, as a contrast to the rest of the art in the book The art is where it s most interesting but it some humorous discussion on the challenges of being a cartoon character It s short, sweet and extremely fun and the main thing is I had fun which is what I expected

  9. says:

    I read the first issue only and not the entire book I found myself not really caring for the protagonist and don t really care for this style of humor, which is why I really didn t care for it I would suggest picking up a single issue and seeing if it is something you enjoy I do like the art and the cover art is very nice.It tries to be like Rodger Rabbit where you have a real world setting and then you have silly cartoon characters in it, but it didn t work for me.

  10. says:

    One of the most juvenile pieces of tripe that I have ever held the dishonor of holding within my own two hands and the sheer disgrace over the fact that I spent money on it.Acceptable art means nothing if the story and writing is complete utter trash.And it is heartbreaking that this low quality trash was seriously okay d and released by Marvel.

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