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Thundercats: Dogs of War Paperback – Jul 1 2004

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Pretty decent April 24 2006
By D. S. Wainwright - Published on
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
This was not my favorite book in the Thundercats series, but it was still pretty good. The other books have gotten a lot of flack for being more edgy and adult in nature, but I don't agree. I think they have done a good job aging the series for its older fans. The ending sucks of this book. Sure, they beat the bad guys, but the final page or two is nearly the dumbest thing I've ever heard of in a comic. I still suggest reading this though, but its up to you wether or not you resell it.
A definite improvement. Jan. 25 2014
By Patrick Correa - Published on
Format: Paperback
While not as bad as The Return, this is not as good as any of the other Thundercats comics. I must admit though, the concept of the story is great. The Dogs of War were interesting villains, the enemy mine with Mumm-Ra and the Mutants was pretty good and there were some genuinely surprising moments. But still, Pumyra & Lynx-O getting sidelined is pretty annoying (They’re Thundercats for crying out loud, were they drummed out of the service or something?), and the references to The Return drag it down a bit for me. The worst is the end, where Lion-O freaking toasts Mumm-Ra. I know that he’s giving him his youth back, but there is no way I’d be honoring the guy who raped and killed my friends in any way whatsoever. I give it 3 stars because while it’s not fantastic, I am glad I read it. I just wouldn’t read it again anytime soon.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Terrible writing July 10 2009
By Andrew J. Bator - Published on
Format: Paperback
Cringe worthy writing and cliches. I can not believe someone was paid to write this.
Ok but too short March 14 2013
By Adam - Published on
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
Loved moving the characters on but it was too short....the story was thrown together and did not make too sense to be too quick