By Mark Russell, Steve Pugh, Chris Chuckry, Dave Sharpe, Bill Sienkiewicz
This Week’s Finest shows us that the only thing keeping society together isn’t love or money, but the belief we won’t be wiped out by a giant meteorite and die a fiery death. This week, the Flintstones and Bedrock face their mortality… Continue reading This Week’s Finest: The Flintstones #6
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“The second installment of the newest Brubaker/Phillips/Breitweiser jam. A comic by this team is always going on my recommendation list. This series has a slightly different spin than what we’ve come to expect out of this team’s collaboration, and I’m very intrigued by it. Gorgeous artwork, compelling characters and story, why would you not pick this up?”
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The Modern Stone Age family is back, more modern and Stone Age-er than ever. The Flintstones, occupying a significant portion of cartoon viewing in my childhood, peaked my interest in this comic. Although I’ve always leaned more towards The Jetsons, Russell and Pugh are making me question such life choices… Continue reading This Week’s Finest: The Flintstones #1