Naked Justice Beginnings -Trade Paperback Vol. 1 – Gay Class Comics Book Review – Published by Bruno Gmünder


Ever wonder about how one of the most famous ginger superheroes in the Class Comics Universe started on his adventures? Go back to 1943 and we get out answer. Not only are former superheroes from the past explored, but we find some connections with other Class Comics characters that started in this book. The trade paperback collection of Naked Justice Beginnings collects the first 4 issues of the origin story for Felix Himner, aka Naked Justice. This book was published by Bruno Gmünder, written by Patrick Fillion. The art was mostly completed by Jacob Mott in issues #1-3 and by JC Soto in issue number #4.

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2 comments to Naked Justice Beginnings -Trade Paperback Vol. 1 – Gay Class Comics Book Review – Published by Bruno Gmünder

  • That Long-Haired Creepy Guy That Long-Haired Creepy Guy  says:

    YAY! Tentacles!

    Honestly, I was more of a fan of Zahn and Deimos than Naked Justice. I really wish that Patrick Fillion would go back to the Deimos series proper. Still, good review altogether, Paulie.

  • Mike  says:

    I found out about this TPB yesterday. I read the first 3 issues from Class Comics and really enjoyed them. I wasn’t a huge Naked Justice fan but this mini-series really got me to like him. I thought it was cool that he has this huge back story. I really liked Vandal and thought he would have made a great recurring nemesis for Naked Justice. The story behind Doctor Silverfish was touching and you can see why he became a mad scientist. I’m going to try to get the TPB (I hope it’s not sold out).

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