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PEE Poll: Favoutite Issue Of Futurama Comics
Issue 1   -0 (0%)
Issue 2   -0 (0%)
3   -0 (0%)
4   -1 (12.5%)
5   -1 (12.5%)
6   -0 (0%)
7   -0 (0%)
8   -0 (0%)
9   -2 (25%)
10 or later (there's only room for 10 choices)   -4 (50%)
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zoidyzoid

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« : 06-03-2003 01:12 »

I have issues 1,2,3,4,5,8,10,11, and 12 (something like that). My faves would have to be 4,8, and 5.

Sorry if this has been done before.

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Spice Weasel

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« #1 : 06-03-2003 01:43 »

My fave is issue #9.  Where Fry and Farnsworth exchange bodies.  Hilarity insued.

It took me a while but I managed to track 'em all down, except for #8 and the newly released #13.
dr_Dean_in _Oz

Bending Unit
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« #2 : 06-03-2003 01:56 »

i have only read the first 6 plus 11 and 12 and my fav would have to be 11.
I liked the simpson crossover
AJ

Bending Unit
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« #3 : 06-03-2003 02:52 »

Still can't get my hands on US version of #5. Bought the Australian version instead.

Really enjoyed the Olympic one....

zoidyzoid

Professor
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« #4 : 06-03-2003 04:53 »

You mean the 'swurling' (curling) one AJ?(#10 I think it was) ? That one's probably my least favourite.
I have Aussie versions of 1-5 and direct editions of 8 and 10-12.
I haven't read #9 yet, I'll look for it when I go to get #13.
A lot of people seem to like 11. I liked it, but not that much. I reckon the Futurama/Simpsons crossovers are as good as or better than most of the other issues.
Teral

Helpy McHelphelp
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« #5 : 06-03-2003 09:16 »

I haven't read #9, but I would say #11 is the best of those I have read. Great story. Written by Patrick Verrone, if I'm not mistaken.
Otis P Jivefunk

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« #6 : 06-03-2003 13:50 »

I haven't read them all yet, I've only read Issues #1, #2, #4, #6 and #9 so far. But out of all those, I think number #9 is the best, an absolutely awesome storyline, very funny, and it felt almost like watching an actual episode. My second fave is #4, kinda a 'Loves Labours Lost in Space' part II  :)
Gocad

Space Pope
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« #7 : 06-03-2003 13:56 »

I don't like the original show, but I think #5 was really funny. Good ones were 7,8,9 as well.
Kryten

Space Pope
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« #8 : 06-03-2003 16:59 »

11, so far. The one that most perfectly recaptures the feeling of watching the show.
zoidyzoid

Professor
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« #9 : 06-04-2003 00:29 »

After re-reading 11, I can see why it's so popular. I still don't particularly like the plot, but the characters, the jokes and the art are great.
Bendo

Starship Captain
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« #10 : 06-04-2003 17:36 »

I would have to say that 11 is my favorite and then closely followed by issue 13 and the two crossover comics. Do those count? I know you can't fit them into the poll but so long as we are discussing favorite comics I thought I would throw those in there.  :)
RM
zoidyzoid

Professor
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« #11 : 06-05-2003 01:32 »
« : 06-05-2003 01:32 »

Yeah, they count, but like you said they didn't fit in the poll.  :) Like I said before, I really liked the crossovers. When I first heard about it I was doubtful, but they turned out really well.

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emanon

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« #12 : 06-08-2003 20:16 »

never be doubtful of anything futurama and the simpsons again young human animal
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