Spacepig Hamadeus is not your typical comic book series. It was inspired but the wonderfully cheesy (to us) sci-fi serials of the the past, like Flash Gordon, Space Patrol, and Tom Corbett: Space Cadet. As such, Spacepig Hamadeus isn’t numbered. Each of the four issues has its own title, and were both written and published out of sequence. I will be reviewing them in the recommended reading order, not publication order, and labeling them in that sequence.
Spacepig Hamadeus and the Geysers of Doom opens during the Roman-Parthian War in the year 62 A.D. General Licinius of the Roman Army lies wounded and near death on the battlefield. He is found by a mysterious figure that tells him that he will live, but in the service of Tremb’axx.
Returning to the “present day,” Spacepig Hamadeu...Read More