Jet Pack Jenny: The Threat Of The CyberGirl

Jet Pack Jenny
8 Overall Score
Art: 7/10
Story: 8/10
Creativity: 8/10

Interesting tale of an adventuring female in space.

Too short, more like a sample than a full issue.

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Jet-Pack Jenny: The Threat of the CyberGirl
Jerry Stanford, Joel Carroll
Carpal Tunnel Press
2012

Jet-Pack Jenny is the tale of a space adventurer named Jenny who is in search of the CyberGirl, the one time daughter of a mad scientist known as Dr. Geil who after her death is brought back as a cyborg killing machine. Jenny reminds me of a low budget Adam Strange and the Cybergirl looks a bit like Doc Terror from the 1986 cartoon series, Centurions.

Don’t get me wrong, I’m not bitching about this, I like both Adam Strange and the Centurions, this is just an observation in which I made, whether it’s ultimately purposeful that these characters resemble the characters which I mentioned I have no idea.

I like JPJ, but it’s really too short and to me was more like a sample of what’s to comie. Jet-Pack Jenny is a local indie comic book put together by the creative team of Jerry Stanford and Joel Carroll, and is published by Carpal Tunnel Press. You can pick up JPJ at your local comic shop.

 

 

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