Unlike Halloween and Christmas, Thanksgiving is a holiday that just doesn't have a whole lot of comics built around it. You'd think it'd be a natural setting for drama -- the Punisher attempting to murder a turkey even though it received a presidential pardon is a tale I've been wanting to tell for years -- but for some reason, nobody seems to get up to a whole lot of hijinx.
In our recurring original art feature, writer Chris Sims and artist Rusty Shackles carry on the noble comic book tradition of the imaginary story by bringing you the Best Comics Ever that don't actually exist! This week, we take one of our favorite properties... to the x-treme!!
Yesterday, we brought you the CA staff's reaction to Marvel and DC's Toy Fair offerings, but there are plenty of other toys on the convention floor in New York! That's why today, we're picking up where we left off, as Laura Hudson, Chris Sims, Caleb Goellner and Josh Wigler take a look at the rest of the new stuff from Toy Fair, with pictures gathered by Nick Nadel and Taylor Derwin!
CS: I gave up on "Star Wars" completely after the prequels, but is there seriously a guy named "Cad Bane" now? What, was "Jerk O'Reallyevil" already taken?
CG: Whoever the Mandalorian dude is looks kind of cool. Then again, I like any action figure that's a dude or a lady in armor with a jetpack and removable helmet.
CS: Is "Mandalorian" George Lucas for "Space Aryan?"
CG: Would Space Aryans resort to cloning? Good, bad? Hellboy is always too ambiguous.
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