Animal Man #10

    Animal Man » Animal Man #10 - Fox on the Run released by DC Comics on April 1, 1989.

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    Invisible assailants are chasing Vixen! When Buddy faces down these assailants, the aliens who gave him his powers appear again.

    The issue opens with a flashback to a silver age Animal Man story where Buddy fought an alien monster, and his hunting partner found another alien capsule similar to the one that gave Buddy super powers. The story then picks up today with Vixen running from an unseen enemy. Vixen arrives on the Baker family doorstep, but when the creatures that have been chasing her finally catch up, it's all out war in Buddy's living room!


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    Grant Morrison's Animal Man has to be one of the most creative and unusual runs on a mainstream D.C. superhero (or any superhero comic for that matter) in the history of comics. I was never really a fan of Animal Man. To me, the character was just one of a long list of "fill-in-the-blank-Mans" and "something-Boys" that D.C. churned out in the silver age, and not a particularly creative one at that. But Grant Morrison took the comic and turned it into a more modern version of the "funny book". Th...

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