Flintstones Vol. 2: Bedrock Bedlam Read Online Free - Fred and Barney reunite for Mark Russell’s modern take on Hanna-Barbera’s most famous stone-age family!
This second volume starring the first family of Bedrock (and civilization, really) tells the story of who we are and why we do what we do as if it all began with Fred, Wilma, Barney, Betty and the rest of the citizens of Bedrock. Shining a light on humanity’s ancient customs and institutions in a funny origin story of human civilization, Mark Russell (PREZ) blends modern interpretations with Hanna-Barbera’s classic characters, bringing a breath of fresh stone-age air.
Hanna-Barbera has created some of the most recognizable animated characters of all time. As part of DC Comics’ reimagination of cartoons like SCOOBY-DOO, JOHNNY QUEST, SPACE GHOST and WACKY RACERS, these new series are infused with modern and contemporary concepts while keeping the heart and soul of the classic animation.
Collects THE FLINSTONES #7-12.
|Title||:||Flintstones Vol. 2: Bedrock Bedlam|
|Number of Pages||:||144 pages|
September 15, 2017
Mark Russell and Steve Pugh’s acclaimed Flintstones series comes to a yabba-dabba-end with this second volume. While Bedrock’s community undergoes numerous changes, Fred’s career at Mr Slate’s Quarry continues to have its ups and downs, Wilma’s still trying to make it as an artist, and Pebbles qu...
October 18, 2017
I grew up watching The Flintstones and then bought the seasons on DVD as an adult. I love everything about it - the characters, the storylines, the catchphrases, the prehistoric household appliances. Needless to say, I was all yabba dabba doo at the chance to read The Flintstones Vol. 2: Bedrock...
September 23, 2017
This was the first Flintstones DC Comics (for adults) that I've read. It was great, but not at all what I was expecting. I assumed it was going to be lighthearted but geared more for adults, you know, like the cartoon but a little more modern.
But still, it was enjoyable to read, and the social co...
December 02, 2017
While I can appreciate the dark social commentary, Mark Russell and Steve Pugh has given us, the last thing I need to be reminded of is how humanity seems to be headed to oblivion, especially in Trump's America. I don't need a social satire set in Bedrock to open my eyes to what I see every day....
October 17, 2017
Mark Russell’s dark social satire masked as a Flintstones comic comes to an end in this second volume. In a way, this book was even more depressing than the first one, as one of the plot lines got into some really dark territory with two of its sweetest and most innocent characters. I didn’t expe...
August 29, 2017
First, thanks (as always) to Netgalley and DC Comics for allowing us access to digital copies of their books and comics.
4.5 stats; what can I say about this title that hasn't been said?
The sly, witty, satirical cult-hit of the last year continues, and in fine-form.
I’ve said it before in my review...
October 24, 2017
This was painful.
It was amazing just painful to read. While I think the first one was a bit more cohesive and the parallels a little more effective, I still really enjoyed this one. It's a major bummer in that a lot of the world's problems are laid out and there's no way to fix them anyt...
November 28, 2017
The second and final volume of a terrific dark social commentary in the form of a Flintstones comic by Mark Russell, who claims as his influences none other than H.L Mencken, Kurt Vonnegut and Jared Diamond (Collapse: How Societies Choose to Succeed or Fail) (yes, the guy who is writing persuasiv...
October 16, 2017
I have trouble finding the words to express how much I LOVE The Flintstones reboot comics. “Bedrock Bedlam” is an even stronger follow-up to the first volume. The art is beautiful and the satire is biting. They definitely are not the Flintstones of your childhood (or the childhood of your parents...
January 01, 2018
The Flintstones comes to an end with a fantastic second volume that's just as good as the first. While i'm sad to see the series go, I think having a finite run will work in it's favour in the long run. It makes the series easier to recommend as a whole and if you enjoyed Vol. 1, then this is an...