Scribblenauts Unmasked #8

They still make board games?

Scribblenauts Unmasked: A Crisis Of Imagination #8

DC Comics (October, 2014)

“The Game Of Everything”
WRITER: Josh Elder
ARTIST: Adam Archer
COLORIST: Ian Herring
LETTERER: Saida Temofonte
EDITOR: Alex Antone

Maxwell and Lilly end up at Madame Xanadu’s house in Limbo, where characters deemed too silly for a rebooted universe end up. Xanadu tells the Scribblenauts the history of the Anti-Monitor thanks to the titular board game, and convinces them to seek out the only ones who can help them…the doppleganger Scribblenauts! And they better come up with a plan fast. The Anti-Monitor has taken control of the Justice League and the Scribblenauts are going to need a league of their own.

What they got right: I love how Elder attempts to explain the Limbo characters with as minimum breakage of the fourth wall as possible. The story is going very well so far and I’m curious who they will select from the multiverse and what they’ll look like in the Scribblenauts art style.

What they got wrong: I don’t care what’s going on in the New 52, seeing Superman and Wonder Woman all romantic on the cover bugs me. Really, that’s all I’ve got.

Recommendation: This is still a fun read that is a good introduction to kids but adults who have followed DC for long enough can get something out of, too. Pick this one up.


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A would be comic writer looking to organize his living space as well as his thoughts. So I have a blog for each goal. :)

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