In another edition of Comic Book Quickies, Linkara reviews a Hostess fruit pie ad featuring the Fantastic Four, a Johnny Turbo comic with homo-erotic undertones, another Hostess commercial with Captain Marvel, and a cheesy '50s PSA on polio prevention.
Linkara revisits Miller Time for ASBAR #7, featuring Crazy Steve beating, pummeling and immolating criminals, and then shagging Black Canary. Also included are the goddamn Batmobile, as well as Steve trying to make an avenger out of Dick Grayson Age 12.
Linkara gives a brief lecture on what to do in case we're ever overrun with zombies, and then looks at a CDC sanctioned comic that also prepares the world for when and if the Zombie Apocalypse comes to pass.
Time for more Game Boy. Linkara delves into issue number three where, once again, Tatanga's forces recruit Herman to take them where they need to go to commence their plans for world domination, and only one tiny plumber can stop them.
The Star Trek comic series continues with the adaptation of the seventh film: Star Trek: Generations. Linkara puts on his red suit and reviews the iconic entry in the Star Trek series where Captains Kirk and Picard finally meet - for a few minutes.
Linkara laments that there are no more issues of Brute Force, and tries to recapture the magic through a different series, The Wild. Alas, it does not and it's laden with typos and comma splices, forcing Linkara to play teacher and grade it.
What do the Avengers have planned for their 200th issue? As Linkara discovers, it is a bizarre, sexist story featuring Captain Marvel giving birth to her son who turns out to be a reincarnated version of her lover/rapist.
Welcome back to PSA Hell. Today, it's a Superman comic where the Man of Steel receives dozens of letters featuring all sorts of cries for help, including that of a young boy who has been baring witness to animal cruelty. Later, Dr. Linksano shows Linkara a new array of gadgets.
Linkara reviews the Power Rangers movie comic, while saying he has no official opinion on the brand new Power Rangers movie which has only been announced at this point. As for the comic adaptation of the first movie, Linkara says it kinda sucks.
Today, Linkara reviews a comic about a superhero cow that encourages people to eat chicken instead. Despite getting a bum steer, he finds he has very little beef with it. Meanwhile, Dr. Linksano suddenly vanishes.
Back for more jazz with the Bat. Linkara reviews issue 2 of Batman: Jazz where the Caped Crusader continues to investigate the attempted murder of a famous blues musician, and points out how these books have very little to do with Batman himself.
It's more of the same in 2001: A Space Odyssey #2 as we follow the exploits of Vira the she-demon who comes across the monolith, followed by a few jumps in time and space, and ending on pretty much the same note as before.
More commercial comics ahoy. These include Hulk meeting a crazy plant lady and her mutated plants, Spider-Man rescuing Cap'N Crunch, Aunt May teaming up with Franklin Richards, and a toy ad with Superman. Linkara even tries a Hostess fruit pie himself to see what all the fuss is about.
Linkara reviews a zany Godzilla comic where the King of the Monsters devastates a small community, and their solution is to fire nukes at him. The result gives a whole new meaning to the term "dragon breath."