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‘Bill & Ted are Doomed #2’ (review)

Written by Evan Dorkin
Art by Roger Langridge
Published by Dark Horse Comics

 

Well, this Bill & Ted comic book is pretty insane. I have to say that I am enjoying it very much and it is a lot of fun.

The stories aren’t too serious and I was really entertained by the first issue.

This one followed suit and I enjoyed it from start to finish!

This issue starts off in the year 2700 A.D.  We see the people of the future concerned that Bill  & Ted are going to mess things up and basically doom mankind.

We then hop to the present and we get to see Bill & Ted struggling to figure themselves out.

They better do it soon though!

It doesn’t look too promising from the get go.

We get to see Bill & Ted try a few things.

What are they doing wrong? They don’t seem to have any idea.

So the pair make a plan for a world tour that will surely save the day, right?

Things are much harder for them then it seems at first.

Wyld Stallyns is then booked for a Scandinavian Death Metal concert. Are they going to be able to do it? Or are they going to lose their confidence all together?

The answers come fast and furious.

Evan Dorkin does a great job of making this comic fun with his writing. Artist Roger Langridge does an awesome job of keeping the artwork easy to follow and enjoyable.

Overall, this is an enjoyable comic book that really does deliver the goods.

RATING: B+

 

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