Review: A&A: The Adventures Of Archer And Armstrong #11
Obadiah Archer: Skilled marksmen, trained fighter, and…deranged circus freak?! Through the unfathomable forces of nature, Archer and Gub Gub – the pint-sized and deranged clone of Armstrong – have swapped minds! When Gub Gub’s body is kidnapped by nefarious forces, Armstrong and his long-lost wife, Andromeda, must race to save their friend and undo the horrendous merger of minds before the damage becomes permanent!
If you haven’t been a fan of this series up to this point, then this issue really won’t do much to change that, and nor should it. A&A: The Adventures Of Archer And Armstrong #11 is the penultimate issue in the lengthily titled action comedy, and it feels as though Rafer Roberts is allowing the craziness that has been building under the surface of the series for the past ten odd issues.
Although A&A #11 doesn’t really add anything new to the formula that’s been followed so far in the previous ten issues, what we do get is a comic that’s nothing short of entertaining from cover to cover; this isn’t the time to reinvent the wheel, this is the time to deliver a great comic – and that’s exactly what fans of this iteration of A&A are getting here.
Story: Rafer Roberts Art: Mike Norton Colourist: Allen Passanova
Story: 9 Art: 9 Overall: 9 Recommendation: Buy
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