Updated on 16 October, 2021
Freefall Comic is a British comic book written and illustrated by Kathy Keller. The comic book was launched in May of 2021 and featured a new superhero, the Freefall Special Team. They were a team of superheros that worked for the United States government in secret. It was determined that they had to remain a secret so that the public could not know how well they did their job. In this regard, Freefall Comic has four ongoing series, solo titles, one spinoff, and one licensed film.
The first Freefall Comic was a tremendous success and led to several other Freefall related comic series. These other series feature characters like the maniac wolfman, the cyborg ninja assassin, the mind reader, and many more. Recently, a Freefall Comic mini-series titled "The Freefall Files" was released that explored the relationships between the various Freefall teams and how they developed their powers.
The latest release in Freefall Comic is volume two called "The Freefall Archives". This second volume brings back fan favorite characters such as the evil Dr. Zoidberg, the teenage girl known as Angel, and the android androids known as Pugs. Additionally, this second volume also features a number of different villains that have been reintroduced to help form the supporting cast of the Freefall Agency. Fans of Freefall will enjoy this second volume even more since it introduces some completely new and interesting characters. If you enjoyed the first volume, you will love this second collection even more.
Two of the most popular Freefall Characters are the crazy psychiatrist, Dr. Isaac Synkker, and the crazy android, Cube. This latest volume gives fans an opportunity to sit down with these famous Freefall Agents and talk about their favorite things, such as the movie, the TV show, or the comics. It's definitely worth it to go see the newest movie or the newest episode of Freefall on the television, so go ahead and make that appointment now.
Another great Freefall Comic to pick up is Freefall: Special Edition. This second volume of the hit animated series follows the story of young Peter "Snoopy" Smith, who was discovered by the FBI agents as a teenager with a mysterious power. He has since become a master of illusion, and uses this ability to help the agents in their quest to catch a bad guy. In this second volume, Snoopy teams up with his best friend, a monkey named Charlie Brown, to battle the villain, Doctor Drakken. Although it doesn't have nearly as much content as the first volume, it's a good read for all fans of the cartoon, and the deluxe oversized format of the comic makes it even more appealing.
The final Freefall Comic that you should check out is Freefall: Ultimate Collector's Edition. Written by Greg Pak, the writer of the young adult series H.A.T.O.R. (The Incredible Adventures of Tom Thumb, volume 1) and an executive producer of the hit TV show Lost, the contents of this collection are almost identical to the original, but with a few added goodies. It's a great page-to-page read that covers the basics of the series, with a few extra treats here and there.
One of the most interesting Freefall Comic series is Wolf Tooth. In the graphic novel, a wolf named Lone Wolf finds himself stuck on an island with a group of other men who believe him to be a monster. While on the island, Lone Wolf battles the evil Odd job, who wants to poison the water supply on the island and turn all of the humans into vampires. As you might expect, there are plenty of monsters and creatures in this issue, and writer Kathy Keene does an excellent job of keeping you reading. I would have liked to see more adventure in the life of Odd, and saw some development of the relationship between he and his son, Sam. The final two pages are a bit predictable, but again, Keene does a good job tying up the book, keeping you interested through the end.
A new Freefall Comic to try is "Wolves of the Wild." In this one, the title character, Lone Wolf, must protect the city of New York from a pack of savage wolves. Afer this issue, the writer changes Lone Wolf's look from a white-collar professional to a biker chick (which fits well with the New York setting), and gives him a whole new set of motivation to fight the wolves. If you like the idea of wolves as villains, this could be a good one to pick up.