Updated on 16 October, 2021
Rabies Comics is a comic strip created and published by Bill Finger and Bob Kane. It is one of the first successful comic book series. If you like comics then you probably know who the creators are. Bill Finger was a freelance illustrator before he took his new concept to the world of comics with this brand new series. He decided to create a super hero based on the Shatterdome Killer, which had already been featured in several different comic books prior to the creation of Rabies Comics.
If you enjoy this brand new series ofrabies comics, you will also enjoy the many other comic books that Bill Finger has created throughout his lengthy career. The first two books in this series, titled, "Rabie's Best Spy Apps", have been released as a part of his monthly comic book series entitled, "The Mask". For fans of this comic series you already know how much fun is can be when it comes to enjoying all the scintillating graphics and witty dialogues. What I found interesting about, Rabies Secrets and Spies, is how he takes the concept of a super hero spy program and gives it a little twist. This book is part 2 of my review of Rabies Comics, and you can find the link below where you can grab your free Rabies Comics book.
In this second installment of his award winning series of Rabies Comics, titled, "The Mask", writer, Bob Kane returns to give his readers a spanking new take on this long standing series. Unlike the previous two books where we were introduced to the core characters, in this book we get to learn more about the other members of this team. Some of the members you may recognize from previous issues such as, Kip, Slade, Cube, Voodoo and Animal... Plus some new members including, Bobby, Stanna, T-B0, and shareholder Grant.
Once again, we are transported into the future (or at least the present) where a group of unsuspecting college students find themselves caught in a worldwide conspiracy. The terrorists have been kidnapping scientists, politicians, and anyone they can think of as a target. One of these scientists is extracted from a cell by a team of super heroes including the one that I have personally known for years, Professor Xavier. With help from some new and exciting gadgets, the team must fight to save everyone while battling strange new recurring villains that have been popping up lately.
This book continues where the first "Rabies" book ended. I was quite exited to read that last line; "And now I'm DONE!" This book was a quick read and I felt the need to stop and smell the roses after being interrupted half way through. The action is intense and when I say action I mean - every panel was full of action.
This latest release includes over 25 pages of content. I'm not usually a "book lover" but I had to read this one in two days because it was so awesome. This book was a real page turner and the story was engaging. The way these two teams of hero's battle it seems like they are really on another planet fighting the evil Mutated Rabies. I'm not the kind of person who really reads comics, but this turned out to be a really good one. I believe it might be worth the price of admission just to see what all the hype is about.
My other two favorite Rabies Comics available for download are "Rabies: Invasion of the Parasites" and "Rabies: Secrets of the Rabies Busters". Both of these comics were written by Tom Spurgeon and drawn by Rob Loprete. I really enjoyed reading them. I feel like they are a little more lighthearted than some of the more dark and edgy Rabies Comics that have been released in the past, but that's probably just my personal preference.
If you love your iPhones, you may also enjoy downloading a couple of these great apps, "Rabies: Invasion of the Parasites" and "Rabies: Secrets of the Rabies Busters". These two books are compatible with the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. If you've never seen or heard of "Rabies", you should really check these two books out. They are definitely filled with humor and plenty of crazy action. If you think you might want to join forces with these two heroes and save the world from the evil Rabies, you should definitely consider giving these two books a read.