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Posted - 07/30/2016 :  06:41:07 AM  Show Profile  Visit Richv1's Homepage  Reply with Quote Bookmark and Share

Title: Fun Adventure Comics # 1
Publisher: Will Lil Comics
Written by: Llyod Smith
Pencils by: Ernest Edwards
Inks & Letters by: David Vance
Colors by: Warren Montgomery
Cover by: Aileen Oracion
Price: $ 3.99 US, $ .99 US digital
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
Comments: Alex Miracle in "The Threat of the Tentacled Terror". Alex Miracle will remind you of Adam Strange.
The art has a nice retro style to it. Alex visits his love Adara on her planet Xenith.
Alex gets to fight a giant monster and comes up with a plan fast. He uses his knowledge of earth creatures to fight it.
The story is over fast and the adventure not that exciting. The characters are good they just need to be used better.
The Midnight Stranger in "Dreaming Men Are Haunted Men..." Writer Lloyd Smith, artist Joe Koziarski, coloring/lettering Warren Montgomery.
A man wants revenge. But how can he get it while in a coma? Siege comes to him to help him. Siege is a cosmic being. The man is given power and he uses it. The art is to vague and the story does get gory.
Captain Jain Marlee in "A Cold Demise" created by Ron Fontier, art by Luis Rivera and colors by Escomics!
The first page is a beautifully done pin-up of the Captain.
The story has the Captain listened to the details of a theft and she uses her deductive abilities to solve the case. How she does it is never fully explained.
Captain Jain Marlee is a cute likable person and one that is intelligent.

Title: Fun Adventure Comics # 2
Publisher: Will Lil Comics
Co-Creator/Writer: Llyod Smith
Co-Creator/Artist: Joe Koziarski
Coloring/Lettering: Warren Montgomery
Cover Art by: Bruce Cashman/Colors by Warren Montgomery
Price: $ 3.99 US, $ .99 US digital
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Comments: The Midnight Stranger in "Between the Wish and the Thing..." Ben and the Midnight Stranger are working together so both get what they want. The Midnight Stranger's use of his powers is something to see. Ben wants answers, can the Midnight Stranger get them without killing everyone first? The illustrations of the Midnight Stranger using his powers provides unexpectedness.
"The Paranormal Consultant" is written by Todd Jones, art by Lee Oaks and lettering by James Gaubatz. Mr. Slade helps out a family with their haunted house. He does have a unique way of handling things and handling the ghost.
The Black Bat in "Shootout at the Dry Martini". The Black Bat is a hard edged crime fighter. He lets the bullets fly fast and furious. The Black Bat is a hero in the style of Batman or the Shadow. He will strike fear in the hearts of criminals.

Title: Fun Adventure Comics # 3
Publisher: Will Lil Comics
Co-Creator/Writer: Llyod Smith
Co-Creator/Artist: Joe Koziarski
Colorist: Evan Evans
Lettering: Warren Montgomery
Cover Art by: Luis Rivera/Colorist Es Comic!
Price: $ 3.99 US, $ .99 US digital
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
Comments: The Midnight Stranger in "...for the Love of Money!" We find out Siege-L is the powerful being name who is helping Ben get his revenge and answers for a price. Together they are the Midnight Stranger.
This story is about a group of people out for money by killing others. Carrie, Malcolm and Vinnie all face the Midnight Stranger for their crimes.
Midnight Stranger's character is similar to DC's Spectre.
The American Symbol stars in "Into the Fire!" written by Mark F. Davis, illustrated by Luis Rivera, colorist Es Comic! and lettering Warren Montgomery.
A Mystery Man jumps into action standing up to protect America. He will protect America from terrorists such as the Sea Czar.
"A Little Help" with plot/art by Ron Stewart, words by Ron Fontier, colorist Bobby & Jame Penafiel and letterer Warren Montgomery.
A man is met by beggars one after another as he walks down a street. Jack Saunders does give and give. The story has a moral that giving does come from the heart not the pocket.

Title: Fun Adventure Comics # 4
Publisher: Will Lil Comics
Creator/Writer: John Michael Helmer
Artist: Luis Rivera
Colors/Lettering: Warren Montgomery
Cover Art by: Mark Stegbauer/Colors by Warren Montgomery
Price: $ 3.99 US, $ .99 US digital
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Comments: Here we start off with a gorgeous pin-up of the Girl Commandos. These three girls are beautiful warriors. Pin-up art by Luis Rivera and colors by Federico Sioc.
Girl Commandos in "Girl Power Times Three!" Beetle Girl, Flame Girl and Miss Fury spring into action when a zombie is sighted. The zombie is Fantomah. The art is beautiful as it shows off these women. Miss Fury has a unique way of attacking. The Girl Commandos handle Fantomah in the best possible way. It is great to see a different approach to winning a battle.
The flashback comic book ads are wonderful to see. They appear just as they did years ago.
Kragor appears in "Guardian of the Tomb" story by Lloyd Smith, art by JP Dupas and lettered by David Vance.
Kragor and Dantar another barbarian join forces to enter a wizard's tomb. The giant snake is illustrated with a flare to scare. The two thieves do meet the Guardians of the Tomb.
The Black Rose in "The Secret of the Topaz Tiara!" created and written by Lloyd Smith, drawn and lettered by David Vance and colored by Warren Montgomery. The Black Rose and her sidekick detective have some fun catching the bad guys. Rose is drawn cute in her skin tight black outfit. This adventure is fun to follow along and you are sure to enjoy it.

Richard Vasseur
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