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The Tick Big Blue Destiny #1





The Tick Big Blue Destiny #1 


Peter ran across The Tick Big Blue Destiny #1 at one of our local comic book stores when he was looking through old issues. He was curious if I wanted to pay four dollars for a comic book that sold originally for $2.95. Peter also knows I enjoyed The Tick animated television show from decades ago. I decided to check out this comic book. I just finished reading The Tick Big Blue Destiny #1. There will be spoilers in this review. The cover is in color but the comic itself is in black and white. I was a bit surprised by that personally.

Many years back I worked a day job with a fellow computer programmer who was all into The Tick. I did not read the comics so I had no experience. I listened to him tell me how awesome and funny The Tick is. I knew the cartoon had its funny moments. My expectations of The Tick Big Blue Destiny #1 were sort of high. Thankfully most of them are realized quite well. I found numerous funny moments in The Tick Big Blue Destiny #1. I also noticed that I agreed with The Tick quite a bit. The Tick has wonderful things to say in The Tick Big Blue Destiny #1.

Arthur and The Tick go to some art gallery musuem kind of place. They run across those arrogant snobbish people who think they are better than everyone else because they over pay for something and call it art. There is a villain in The Tick Big Blue Destiny #1 that can transform himself into anything. He is going around the art wanting to steal a jar of mayo. The art gallery values this jar of mayo at two hundred thousand. The Tick is told in The Tick Big Blue Destiny #1 if he breaks anything he must pay for it. It makes fighting the villain especially challenging.

Near the end of The Tick Big Blue Destiny #1 there is a celebration because The Tick broke nothing. He raises Arthur's hand and the jar of mayo winds up breaking. Three lawyers show up demanding money. The Tick does not understand what others consider art in The Tick Big Blue Destiny #1. I can completely relate. Things like a urinal as a piece of art are just confusing. Especially when The Tick goes into the bathroom. Is it art here too? Arthur gets insulted a few times in The Tick Big Blue Destiny #1 and takes it very well.

The issues families can have with The Tick Big Blue Destiny #1 are lack of attire, enticement to lust, spirit guide, violence, and more. I really enjoyed the humor within The Tick Big Blue Destiny #1. I also enjoyed connecting with The Tick. There are twenty-four pages of content, Editor's page, ads, and next months cover. If I can find anymore of these for a reasonable price I may consider purchasing and reviewing them. The Tick Big Blue Destiny #1 is better in some ways than expected and worse in others. The lack of colors feels odd.
- Paul


Graphics: 69%
Writing: 79%
Replay/Extras: 78%
Story: 76%
Family Friendly Factor: 69%

System: Comic Book
Publisher: New England Comics
Author: Stone, Suarez, Polio, Snyder
Rating: ‘NR’ for Not Rated

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