Tuesday, April 20, 2021

QBP #167 - The Jaguar Annual #1

Quarter-Bin Podcast #167

The Jaguar Annual #1, !mpact Comics, cover-dated July 1992.

"Silent Winged Death" by William Messner-Loebs, with art by Scott Collins & Andrew Pepoy.

And 2 backup stories.

What does Professor think of his second deep-dive into the !mpact Line of Comics? How many of these three stories tie into the Earth Quest event? Do we learn anything about the Earth Quest event? Where do these stories fall on the Comet - Web scale?

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  1. So yes, I liked the Jaguar from Impact, but this annual was pretty forgettable. I do find it funny that all a comic has to do is end on a dramatic note (‘Prof Alan’s receipts must be BURNED!’) to get extra points.

    Now come, there’s no need to have a note on pronunciation - we all have accents. I’ve long come to accept that wowyer squirls see themselves in the mer.

    As regards the question of gender flipping, I’m pretty sure all the Impact versions were new characters so why not yet another cat lady? I’m holding out for a boyish Fly Girl.

    Did you notice that penciller Scott Kolins was Scott Kollins here? Do we blame letterer Timmmmmm Harkins, or did Scott finally tell that second L to get the L out of his life?

    Sorry. Anj is here all week.

    1. Endings matter. I know in the journalism trade, the first paragraph is the key. For me, for a comic, it's the last one ...