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From the digital pages of Aces Weekly, Slash Moron has jumped to print thanks to his creator and writer, Bambos Georgiou. Our Darryll Robson reviews volume 1 which collects the first two Slash Moron stories and a few extras.
Review: Slash Moron Volume 1
Slash Moron is to Flash Gordon what Spaceballs is to Star Wars or Flaming Carrot is to, well, any Superhero comic. The first volume collects the first two chapters which were originally available through Aces Weekly, the online digital comic. It's a soft backed, 62 page landscape book full of colour and daftness. Are you ready for the adventures of Slash Moron?
Professor Essor has discovered a new planet and needs a crew to help him explore it. Enter Slash Moron, a simple minded action hero type; a poetic Robot; and Gale Goodbody, a woman whose adventuring spirit far outweighs her distaste for clich
A lighthearted, comical sci-fi adventure packed with gags and great art. One for all the family, especaily if they have a 'British' sense of humour.