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Rocky & Bullwinkle: Moose on the Loose by Mark Evanier

*For the full review [with gifs] see my blog Dees Reads

I received a copy of this graphic novel in exchange for an honest review.

I was born in 1987. I grew up watching VHS tapes on a continual loop; specifically, Rocky & Bullwnkle. Rocky & Bullwinkle holds a special place in my heart, along with Dudley Do-Right and Peabody and Sherman. I have the old VHS movies, but since I dont have a player I invested in the DVD of Season 1. When I saw this graphic novel I was excited but not too excited, it would take a lot for me to feel they kept it true to the original spirit of the show. The thing is, they did a great job.

All the cheesy jokes were on point, and the artwork was so good, Im convinced the original animators must have been raised from the dead to create this graphic novel. Its possible, right? With Boris and Natasha up to their usual tricks (including jokes about how they never recognize Boris in his costumes), and Dudley Do-Right, stupid as ever I was really impressed with this graphic novel. Its hard to take a show as old and famous as this one and turn it into a graphic novel that is relatable for the modern pop as well as the old fans with the same good old jokes.

If youre a fan of the show, you need to read this graphic novel. Ill be buying it and Im crossing my fingers they make another one!

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Published 17.01.2019

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Reruns of The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show were aired on Cartoon Network from to , and were also briefly aired on Boomerang in Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. Known for its writing and humor that appealed to adults and children alike, the series was structured as a variety show, consisting of the following segments: The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle , the main feature, which appeared as the first and last segments of every episode. These segments focused on the serialized adventures of a flying squirrel named Rocket J.

Legal Information. Welcome to Hokey Smoke! Rocky and Bullwinkle. This is a fan based site made for my love of Jay Ward's wacky cartoons. I discovered Rocky and Bullwinkle in my youth, but I never lost the fascination for the series. The wit, corny jokes, puns, and social satire hit my funny bone in no other way a cartoon has before. Beginning in early , I was anxious to see the return of Rocky and Bullwinkle into theaters in the feature film "The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle" that summer.

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Rocket J. Squirrel and Bullwinkle J. Moose's drily satirical cartoon show, popular among adults and children alike, began in and floated from network to network and time slot to time slot for episodes, until The show then appeared regularly in reruns until , and it has popped up in reruns off and on for the last 23 years. In , with much fanfare, Disney released ''The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle'' on home video. So, like Lucille Ball, Jackie Gleason and Dick Van Dyke, the clever squirrel and his addled moose pal have maintained a place in America's comedic consciousness. But recently they seemed to have gained a new prominence.

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  1. The current blanket title was imposed for home video releases over 40 years after the series originally aired and was never used when the show was televised; television airings of the show were broadcast under the titles of Rocky and His Friends from to , The Bullwinkle Show from to , and The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show or The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle or The Adventures of Bullwinkle and Rocky in syndication.

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