Comic Review: Back to the Future: Biff to the Future #3 (IDW)

The all powerful rich douchebag continues to make havoc in this third issue of Biff to the Future. This latest issue comes into an ironic moment until 15 years later […]

The all powerful rich douchebag continues to make havoc in this third issue of Biff to the Future. This latest issue comes into an ironic moment until 15 years later when Marty and Doc come back from the future of 2015.

After Biff left Hollywood because of the film producer tries to trick him and left him behind bars, he came back Hill Valley after all these years. His revenge with George Mcfly is not satisfied if he got rid of him for good. George is haunted by him and he never stops with his obsession with Lorraine, Biff needs to be stopped before anything goes wrong. With all the money and power that he has, the citizens of Hill Valley city refuses him to have him do his bidding after all these years of a high school student being a jerk, and now he literary came back to town, and still being a jerk. Everyone disagrees and hates him, and never listens to him. Later at night, he recruited with his old friends from high school, but then he plans to sabotage the principal for insulting his dead relative by burning the school down and provokes them to build his dream house.

Biff literary escalates the whole town by doing the impossible by marketing the whole household by placing his own real estate for anyone who likes to move to Hill Valley. George started to have a secret committee in order to stop Biff and his evil plans. Biff almost literary takes over the town by selling everything that the town’s needs to offer, his hunger of power never stops until George and the citizens of Hill Valley step in to protest Biff. Maybe this is what people see every day with all the Donald Trump protests going on, hell I can imagine Biff that he looked like Donald Trump in almost 3 or 4 decades later. But anyway, since no one can stop him, the future will look ugly when Marty and Doc returns, Biff literary shoots George to death, and he plans to go to Washington to make an attempt to become president, which is almost reach to the original plot of Back to the Future 2.

In my reflection, I can see what’s going on whenever Biff got that magic sports magazine from the future and changed history much more worse. The story becomes very ironic for Biff’s takeover and George’s death. And then Biff goes with Lorraine after he took out George out of his misery just to take her away from him. I wish that I should know what will happen if Biff gets to Washington D.C.? But anyway, everybody hates this loser, but no one’s gonna stop him, by taking the town and everything away from the citizens of Hill Valley. But we’ll find what happens next on the next issue.

About Kevin Bermeo

I'm a New Yorker Artist, and I traveled a lot. I enjoy making comics, illustrations, paintings, and digital art. Besides drawing, I'm also a writer, I used to be a Gamer, and I love adventures, food, and dragons.