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Welcome to one of the weirdest titles DC has ever assembled – 6 issues filled with stories of monsters, ghouls and far-out cosmic craziness! Each month, you'll be treated to new 10-page chapters in three exciting serials. In this debut issue, Kevin Van Hook and Jerry Ordway bring you the continuing adventures of Lobo, everyone's favorite Czarnian (after all, he's the only one left, so he'd better be your favorite). Aaron Lopresti introduces you to his newest creation, the kind-hearted monster called Garbageman. And Kevin Maguire takes you to the farthest reaches of outer space with the introduction of a hero called Tanga! Wrap it all up in a cover by the amazing Justiniano, and you've got a truly monstrous hit on your hands! These artists are letting their freak flags fly – join them, why don't you?
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Review: Weird Worlds #1 0

Three stories about the DC characters Lobo, Garbage Man, and Tanga.  The Good Three well done stories in this issue. All of them are essentially an introduction to these characters, two of which are new. Lobo is really the pull for new readers since he's not incredibly well known, but has a decent cult following. All of these stories are strong, but Tanga was the one that really stood out. She's flying around the universe alone, just trying to find someone, anyone because the universe is pretty ...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

Three Characters in Search of an Exit 0

I was really really looking forward to this. I love a good anthology, and the retro b-sci-fi lover gobbled up the concept of something called Weird Worlds albeit for a limited time. The first story is the Lobo one, the only character of the three to not make a debut in this issue. The Lobo story is a run of the mill space bounty hunter affair, that I would have carried about much less had it not featured Lobo. The cliffhanger didn't do much in the way of getting me to bite my fingernails because...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Three Times the Weird, Three Times the Fun 0

Lobo The Good: The entire story is one giant 10 page joke.As the bounty hunter brags and brags about his battle, we, the reader, see the events in panels and can clearly pick out the discrepancies in his story. Just when you feel that the point has been made, he's a typical big mouthed 'all bark no bite' obnoxious 'that guy,' he gets his just desserts. Perfect timing. Usually, I could give or take with Lobo, but my god did I love him here. Every single drop of his dialogue oozed greatness. it wa...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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