Flintstones Vol. 2
Fred and Barney reunite for Mark Russell’s modern take on Hanna-Barbera’s most famous stone-age family!This second volume starring the first family of Bedrock (and civilization, really) tells the story of who we are and why we do what we do as if it all began with Fred, Wilma, Barney, Betty and the rest of the citizens of Bedrock. Shining a light on humanity’s ancient customs and institutions in a funny origin story of human civilization, Mark Russell (PREZ) blends modern interpretations with Hanna-Barbera’s classic characters, bringing a breath of fresh stone-age air.Hanna-Barbera has created some of the most recognizable animated characters of all time. As part of DC Comics’ reimagination of cartoons like SCOOBY-DOO, JOHNNY QUEST, SPACE GHOST and WACKY RACERS, these new series are infused with modern and contemporary concepts while keeping the heart and soul of the classic animation.Collects THE FLINSTONES #7-12.

Flintstones Vol. 2 Details

TitleFlintstones Vol. 2
Author
FormatPaperback
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseOct 10th, 2017
PublisherDC Comics
ISBN140127398X
ISBN-139781401273989
Number of pages144 pages
Rating
GenreSequential Art, Comics, Comic Book, Superheroes, Dc Comics

Flintstones Vol. 2 Review

  • Ana Rînceanu
    June 17, 2017
    All good things must come to an end. I really loved this series. Please give it a read!
  • Primo S.
    June 10, 2017
    The first volume was already better than most Rebirth stuff but in my opinion, this is even better than that. When I first heard about the premise I thought for sure it would not work, and yet here I am, rating this book 5 stars. Again, like the first volume, the social commentary, while isn't exactly subtle, is still on point. The story can get a bit philosophical sometimes (which I love). The characters are relatable and the dark humor just hit the right spots for me. The one thing this volume The first volume was already better than most Rebirth stuff but in my opinion, this is even better than that. When I first heard about the premise I thought for sure it would not work, and yet here I am, rating this book 5 stars. Again, like the first volume, the social commentary, while isn't exactly subtle, is still on point. The story can get a bit philosophical sometimes (which I love). The characters are relatable and the dark humor just hit the right spots for me. The one thing this volume does better than the previous one is definitely the emotional aspects. I read the 12th (last) issue without realizing that it's the end, and during the last few pages, it got so emotional, it almost made me tear up. It's been a while since a comic book did that to me (DCU: Rebirth #1, I think), but this book definitely did it.Overall, along with the first volume, it's a great read, and everyone should at least try to read the first issue.
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  • Tony
    June 7, 2017
    Honestly, I can not understand how Russell and company were left off the Eisner list. This book is pretty much perfect. Read. Laugh. Think. Enjoy. Here is my review for the final book. You can read all 12 of them there. http://dccomicsnews.com/2017/06/07/re...
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  • Nuno Gil Franco
    June 29, 2017
    The fun, and political and social commentary, continues. Too bad it had to end.
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