Saturday, April 16, 2011

Pesticide



Originally published in: Turtle Soup (Vol. 1) #1
Publication date: September, 1987

Story and art: Frank Bella

“Pesticide”

Summary:

As Leonardo walks down the street, expounding on how most turtles like to hide in their shells, he sees his brothers besieged by giant cockroaches. Revealing that he prefers to face trouble, Leo draws his blades and charges into action. As he does so, he contemplates, “I knew New York had a roach problem, but jeez!”

Ha-HA! Comedy.


Turtle Tips:

*This story has never been reprinted.

*Frank Bella has made the comic available for free on his homepage, HERE.


Review:

A two-pager by some guy I’ve never heard of with art I don’t particularly like and a joke that isn’t even funny.

I got nothin'.

1 comment:

Adam Winters said...

I would call this the low spot of the book, but I can't complain too much since it was over so quickly. I reserve my harshest judgment for “You’re in the Army Now”, mostly because it takes up so many dang pages!