Characters Appearing: Black Jack Tarr, Clive Reston, Dr. Doom, Fu Manchu, Leiko Wu, Prime Mover, Shang-Chi, Sir Denis Nayland Smith
Master of Kung Fu #59-60
Issue(s): Master of Kung Fu #59, Master of Kung Fu #60
Their game sends a bunch of robot duplicates of Shang-Chi's old enemies after Chi.
Doom's motives are extremely unclear...
...and while it's cool to see the Prime Mover again, it's not quite as mind-blowingly strange as when Steranko did the bit originally. In general, these issues try to go for that edgy, psychological weirdness that Steranko and Gulacy were able to do so well, but under Zeck it's not nearly as good.
And the opening page to issue #59 is just awfully drawn.
These issues are more like a greatest hits retrospective of Gulacy's run, except with all the songs done by a cover band.
Quality Rating: C-
Chronological Placement Considerations: Dr. Doom has clearly recovered from breathing his own mind control gas in Super-Villain Team-Up #14, if indeed he was ever really affected by it.
Continuity Insert? N
My Reprint: N/A
Wait, is that a... is that a dude with morning stars for brains???
Wow, I thought I had seen everything.
Posted by: James Nostack | September 15, 2011 3:42 PM
"Dr. Doom has clearly recovered from breathing his own mind control gas in Super-Villain Team-Up #14, if indeed he was ever really affected by it."
You think he wasn't?
Posted by: Jay Gallardo | July 14, 2018 2:54 PM
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