Dinosaur Ultron is Totally a Jerk! (The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #25 Comic Review)

Dinosaur Ultron is Totally a Jerk! (The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #25 Comic Review)

 

The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #25

 

Writer: Ryan North

Artist: Erica Henderson

Color Artist: Rico Renzi

Cover Artist: Erica Henderson (Variant: Chip Zdarsky and Ryan North)

Story so Far:

Our favorite nutty hero is once more going against Ultron! This New Avenger just can’t seem to catch a break. Not only is the dinosaur a complete meanie, he keeps threatening everyone. Now he wants to blow up the volcano and take out all of the savage lands. Can things get any worse for Doreen?

 

Summary:

Doreen totally has wicked awesome fist spikes that she rarely uses due to her complete lack of heal-factor abilities like Wolverine (I mean, who would want to catch a blood disease? Yuck!). Luckily for her, Ultron is a METAL Dinosaur, so no worries there. Her super strength isn’t enough to take him down, especially not when he somehow adapts and ends up with electricity powers. Thanks, Deadpool cards for telling Ultron he can adapt! He totally forgot about that. Doreen jabs and continues to fight, giving it her all, while Ultron yammers on about wanting to keep getting bigger and badder. (What’s with bad guys and their need to be so big anyway?) Turns out Ultron even kidnapped Doreen’s newly made friend, Kraven the Hunter. Can his jerkiness get any worse?! The answer is yes, but not for long. Nancy is a genius and totally saves the day. What will happen to Ultron? Does anyone even care about the meanie? Guess we’ll find out one day.

 

Thoughts:

Squirrel Girl is always a blast to read. It’s exciting and engaging, with the perfect amount of zany quirks that make you laugh and smile the whole time. Plus. Who can ever turn down DINOSAURS? Not this fan! The art is really great as always. Squirrel Girl never ceases to amaze me, and with any luck, it will always hold a beloved spot in my heart. Hats off to you, North, you did it again.

Rating: 10/10

About Christina Williams

I’m Christina, a 21 year old avid reader. I love comics and have since I was young. My grandfather showed me my first comic, which was Wonder Woman. I’ve been hooked since! I love sharing my joy of comics and writing.

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