Guía de cómics: Futurama Cómics

“Futurama Cómics” #83
“Futurama Cómics” #83

Fecha original: 20 de septiembre de 2017 (Exclusiva digital en la app Futuramaland)

  • Por: Ian Boothby, James Lloyd, Mike Rote
  • Resumen: Mientras ayuda a Leela con trabajo de voluntariado en el Orfanario, Fry cuenta a los niños el cuento para dormir de Bendocho, el pequeño robot que desea ser un cachocarne de verdad. Y con un poco de ayuda del Hada del Bluetooth y del guardián de su conciencia, Pepito Circuito, ¡podría conseguir su deseo!
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“Futurama Cómics” #82
“Futurama Cómics” #82

Fecha original: Mayo de 2017 (Exclusiva digital en la app Futuramaland)

  • Por: Ian Boothby, Jason Ho, Mike Rote y Nathan Kane
  • Resumen: La tripulación de Planet Express viaja a un planeta desértico para formar parte de una decadente festividad conocida como Burning Mom, en la que una estatua gigante de mimbre de Mamá se quema como protesta. Sin embargo, la patrocinadora del evento, la propia Mamá, planea usar la fiesta para deshacerse de los juerguistas rebeldes.
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“Futurama Cómics” #81
“Futurama Cómics” #81

Fecha original: 23 de noviembre de 2016

  • Por: Ian Boothby, Mike Rote, Nathan Kane, Jason Ho
  • Resumen: El Profesor Farnsworth inventa una máquina que invierte la realidad y que hace que todo sea lo contrario de lo que era (¿o es?), consiguiendo de alguna manera que Fry acabe mil años en el pasado en lugar de en el futuro. Si todo esto suena confuso, es que tiene total sentido.
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“Futurama Cómics” #80
“Futurama Cómics” #80

Fecha original: 24 de Agosto de 2016

  • Resumen: Cuando el Presidente Nixon descubre que la población se está haciendo demasiado inteligente como para reelegirle otra vez, encarga al Dr. Wernstrom la creación de una máquina que los haga a todos más tontos hasta el día de las elecciones. Sin embargo, la Máquina de Entontecimiento afecta a todos menos a Fry, haciéndole así “el hombre más listo del mundo”.
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“Futurama Cómics” #79
“Futurama Cómics” #79

Fecha original: 18 de Mayo de 2016

  • Por: Ian Boothby, Tone Rodriguez, Andrew Pepoy
  • Resumen: The Planet Express crew is surprised to learn that Kif has come down with a rare fatal disease and has only a week to live. In keeping with Amphibiosan tradition, Leela and Amy attempt to throw a funeral that he can really enjoy before he passes on, but Kif has other ideas…plenty of other ideas. Meanwhile, Bender gets bent out of shape over Professor Farnsworth’s new vacuum cleaner, the Room Runner.
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“Futurama Cómics” #78
“Futurama Cómics” #78

Fecha original: 24 de Febrero de 2016

  • Por: Ian Boothby, James Lloyd, Andrew Pepoy
  • Resumen: When an intergalactic gazillionaire comes to visit Earth to find an heir, Bender poses as a Little Orphan Android to win over the futuristic sugar Daddy Warbucks. But this financially loaded tycoon has more on his mind than taking in a fiendishly lovable tyke…try hunting him for sport!
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“Futurama Cómics” #77
“Futurama Cómics” #77

Fecha original: 18 de Noviembre de 2015

  • Por: Ian Boothby, James Lloyd, Andrew Pepoy
  • Resumen: Fry complains that New New York City seems to be changing overnight, and after pulling an all-nighter by drinking a can hyper-caffeinated Slurm, he discovers an alien race called the Developers are actually changing the city for the better overnight…while the city sleeps! But is “better” really better…not for Bender!
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“Futurama Cómics” #76
“Futurama Cómics” #76

Fecha original: 2 de Septiembre de 2015

  • Por: Eric Rogers, Tone Rodriguez, Phyllis Novin
  • Resumen: At last it can be told…the true story of the DOOP’s greatest hero…Zapp Brannigan! We’re talking about the “universal” super soldier who kept the galaxy safe time and time again with his faithful friend and first officer Kif Kroker at his side….and not the buffoonish windbag who continues to fail upwards much to that same ill-fated first officer’s frequent embarrassment.
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“Futurama Cómics” #75
“Futurama Cómics” #75

Fecha original: 1 de Julio de 2015

  • Por: Ian Boothby, James Lloyd, Dan Davis, Jason Ho, Mike Rote
  • Resumen: The Planet Express ship is destroyed while on a mission in space, the entire crew including Professor Farnsworth, Amy, and Zoidberg must take refuge in a makeshift spaceship – made out of Bender! Trapped in space without a propulsion system and forced to live in close quarters, the crew must survive not only the many computer viruses infecting the robot but something even more deadly – one another!
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“Futurama Cómics” #74
“Futurama Cómics” #74

Fecha original: 25 de Febrero de 2015

  • Por: Ian Boothby, James Lloyd, Andrew Pepoy, Robert Stanley
  • Resumen: When Bender accidentally causes the Professor’s “What If” machine to explode, the city of New New York is divided into multiple “What If” scenarios. Only Bender and Fry are unaffected and must gather the parts needed to repair the machine to return things to normal. They enlist the help of a Zoidberg who is from a world where he is incredibly lucky, a Leela who never left the mutant underground and is painfully shy, and a Professor who just happens to be a kangaroo.
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“Futurama Cómics” #73
“Futurama Cómics” #73

Fecha original: 19 de Noviembre de 2014

  • Por: Eric Rogers, James Lloyd
  • Resumen: If you thought computer viruses were bad, just wait until Planet Express’ morally bankrupt bending unit starts spreading a social disease of his own around New New York City, causing a calamitous epidemic of robot zombies!
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“Futurama Cómics” #72
“Futurama Cómics” #72

Fecha original: 3 de Septiembre de 2014

  • Por: Eric Rogers, James Lloyd, Andrew Pepoy
  • Resumen: After Leela saves Zapp Brannigan and his barely-covered backside from the gravitational pull of a black hole, she is made captain of the Nimbus, leaving Zapp to fill another void as the new pilot at Planet Express.
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“Futurama Cómics” #71
“Futurama Cómics” #71
  • Por: Jimmy Palmiotti, John Delaney, Andrew Pepoy
  • Resumen: From the imagination of fan favorite and Futurama follower Jimmy Palmiotti comes a tale that brings Fry back to basics as a pizza delivery guy. In this case, however, the Planet Express crew is making a special delivery from a planet that oozes sauce to a Brooklyn pizzeria. But hold on to your cannoli, the mob wants a piece of the action and (BADA-BING!), the Planet Express crew discovers there’s a little special ingredient in their shipment that they never expected!
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“Futurama Cómics” #70
“Futurama Cómics” #70

Fecha original: 26 de Febrero de 2014

  • Por: Jesse Leon McCann, James Lloyd
  • Resumen: Professor Farnsworth sells his soul to the Robot Devil in order to be young again, foregoing any and all future scientific discoveries. But when the Planet Express crew becomes responsible for a potentially world-ending calamity, the “old” professor and his scientific genius are needed more than ever! Can the professor break his contract with the Robot Devil and save all of humanity? “Good news, everyone! We’re all going to die!”
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“Futurama Cómics” #69
“Futurama Cómics” #69

Fecha original: 23 de Octubre de 2013

  • Por: Eric Rogers, James Lloyd, Andrew Pepoy
  • Resumen: After too many years of running MomCorp without a soul, it’s finally Mom’s heart that is beginning to fail. But what is a multi-millionaire magnate supposed to do when her cryogenically frozen, designated organ donor is defrosted and delivering packages across the galaxy as part of the Planet Express crew?
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“Futurama Cómics” #68
“Futurama Cómics” #68

Fecha original: 28 de Agosto de 2013

  • Por: Patric M. Verrone, Mike Kazaleh
  • Resumen: Have you heard of the 24 Hour Comic? Well, that’s nothing compared to the Futurama One Hour Comic…and it can only be delivered by your friends at Planet Express! Prepare for a Möbius “comic” strip brought to you from the inventive and slightly addled mind of Professor Hubert J. Farnsworth.
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“Futurama Cómics” #67
“Futurama Cómics” #67

Fecha original: 29 de Mayo de 2013

  • Por: Ian Boothby, James Lloyd, Andrew Pepoy, Jason Ho, Mike Rote
  • Resumen: While at a seafood restaurant called The Tartar House, Zoidberg gets unstuck in time, ricocheting from the past to the future, but he’s going to need the help of the Planet Express crew in the present to prevent all life on Earth from being destroyed!
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“Futurama Cómics” #66
“Futurama Cómics” #66

Fecha original: Marzo de 2013

The Board Game Games

  • Nº de páginas: 22
  • Guión: Eric Rogers
  • Dibujo: Tone Rodriguez
  • Tinta: Dan Davis
  • Color: Nathan Hamill
  • Resumen: Fry’s skill at obsolete 20th century board games leads to a galaxy-crossing grudge match between the Planet Express crew and an alien culture built entirely on the rules of the games. However, the aliens like their competitions to be less Hungry Hungry Hippos and more Hunger Games! “Do not pass ‘Go.’ Do not collect $200.” Fry, Bender and Leela are about to play the game of Life…and death!
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“Futurama Cómics” #65
“Futurama Cómics” #65

Fecha original: Enero de 2013

The Sun Also Raises!

  • Nº de páginas: 21
  • Guión: Ian Boothby
  • Dibujo: James Lloyd
  • Tinta: Dan Davis
  • Color: Robert Stanley
  • Resumen: The stakes have never been higher when the Planet Express crew needs to deliver a check to an alien race to pay the Earth’s solar power bill. But it is going to take a little gamesmanship and even more dumb luck to prevent another planetary Ice Age. Fortunately, Bender and Fry have both…in spades.
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“Futurama Cómics” #64
“Futurama Cómics” #64

Fecha original: Noviembre de 2012

Secret Santa

  • Nº de páginas: 22
  • Guión: Ian Boothby
  • Dibujo: James Lloyd
  • Tinta: Dan Davis
  • Color: Robert Stanley
  • Resumen: Professor Farnsworth sends the Planet Express crew to Neptune to shut down Robot Santa’s naughty-or-nice tracking system, which is spreading embarrassing personal information about everyone across the Internet. However, an overload of so much secret information may very well destroy Earth unless Robot Santa can bring a little peace on Earth and goodwill to all men.
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