Captain Carrot And His Amazing Zoo Crew (1982-1983) #16

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Published June, 1983 (Copper Age) by DC Comics and went on sale in 1983 for $0.60 USD. This issue contains ____ pages in ____, the current NM value is $3.00 USD.

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bobashep
1.5

by on 11/24/2013 10:50:00 PM

In perhaps the most disappointing issue in the entire series, the Zoo Crew face off against a giant Goodyear Tire! Now, this issue is a parody of a classic Blackhawk issue, commonly referred to as the War Wheel. Years later, it would be the basis for a two-part episode of Justice League on Cartoon Network, which would bridge the DC heroes of World War II with the likes of Superman and Green Lantern. For those reasons, this is considered the most sought after (and most valuable and hard to find) issue in the entire series. Yet, it stinks to high Heavens. The Crew bicker like crazy, the puns are terrible, and the whole motivation of the fiend behind the Giant Tire of Terror is ridiculous.

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