The theft of a little girl’s camera reveals an attempt to sabotage the Human Fly’s newest stunt! But what reason do the criminals have to do this? And why is the Fly going through with it? More important: is the story any good?
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The Human Fly takes on greedy businessmen and really, really careless, incompetent reporters. At Niagara Falls. And none of it is as good as it sounds.
The Human Fly grapples with two Vietnam vets who have turned to terrorism to get the word out about the shoddy care wounded veterans are receiving.
NEW EPISODE! Balloons! Tight ropes! Mute orphans! This one has it all… All except suspense, logical plots, and character decisions that make sense.
There’s a stunt! Something goes wrong! Human Fly has to rescue people! So bad it’s good? So bad it’s bad? Or so mediocre it’s mediocre? There’s a LOT of comics in the world…and this is one of them.
Flashback…to that time when Human Fly’s PR guy was a down on his luck out of work reporter and got his current job by jumping out of a plane to save Human Fly’s life!
What happened on the day Human Fly tried to jump twenty-six buses in 1977? What happened after he failed? Find out here, as the comic book and real life meet in tragedy…and triumph?
Human Fly does a stunt! Human Fly helps some people! All in a day’s work for Human Fly! But is it GOOD? Well, maybe…
“…And Daredevil Makes Three” is a GREAT example…of a terrible team up. Take three heroes who have nothing to do with each other and then don’t let them interact and this is what you get.
Real life stunt man Human Fly meets made up superhero White Tiger and minor super villain Copperhead. Also, he skateboards.