Comic Review: Brickleberry #4 (Dynamite Entertainment)

Issue #4 begins with future Steve away to smother kid Woody before changing his mind and instead consoling him with the fact that he’s not too ugly to molest. Future […]

Issue #4 begins with future Steve away to smother kid Woody before changing his mind and instead consoling him with the fact that he’s not too ugly to molest.

Future Steve realizes that Woody is how he is because his mum treats him horribly and instead of killing him goes to help him fight in the future. Malloy is not happy about no one dying and comes up with an idea that lets him kill and is a little gift for Woody at the same time.

Back in 2015 Ethel and Connie are with Judge Judy disputing the canceled cunnilingus contract where Ethel claims she was tricked into agreeing that Connie could… Well, I’m sure you can guess the situation. As a compromise, Jude Judy decides that Connie can get 20 mins aggressive dry humping instead.

Denzel is back in 0033 trying to save his son (Jesus) from crucifixion and as the Roman guards push him around a muscled up Jesus breaks off the cross and kicks their asses.

Future Bobby and Woody arrive back to 2015 in time to hear future Steves plan to take on the alien cows and find out that Woody may have altered a little more of history than he thought when he ‘met’ with Einstein. It looks grim for our heroes as they have no guns but after a rousing speech from Woody they are ready to take on the cows. When the cow’s touchdown they get bombarded with makeshift explosives fired from makeshift catapults (Woody and the gang are pretty inventive) but disaster strikes their supply and the cows begin to advance.

As all seems lost help arrives in the surprising form of Barack Obama who has struck a deal with Connie for guns in exchange for……. I can’t write it I just can’t! With Obama’s guns, the gang kills the cows regardless of future Bobby’s hostage. It looks like they are winning but an even bigger cow appears and even the combined forces of guns and Connie’s lesbian strength are no match but then Denzel arrives wth kickass Jesus and saves the day.

As the group share a final laugh with future Steve he peacefully fades away, not that wouldn’t be Brickleberry he fades away piece by piece in excruciating pain!!

How Brickleberry got away with the Barack Obama cameo I will never know but I’m so glad they did it’s hilarious. A comic that does the program proud

About Martin Cameron

A 34 year old manchild from Scotland, bravely fighting the on going war between a love of comics and space to keep them. Boxes are filling and thanks to the digital age we live in so is the harddrive! I love finding a new comic to obsess over and rediscovering old comics to immerse myself in from the very first issue. A healthy mix of the seven dwarves of geekdom all wrapped up in one kilted bundle of amusement