Howard the Duck, Volume 1: Duck Hunt

Howard the Duck, Volume 1: Duck Hunt

Trapped in a world he's grown accustomed to! The flightless fowl gets a new beginning, with the exact same superstar creative lineup as before! But this time, the whole entire universe is after Howard -- and that includes the would-be new herald of Galactus! As the duck hunt begins, things get totally cosmic with the Silver Surfer, the Collector, the Stranger and the Guardians of the Galaxy! Plus: Brace yourself for the two most sensational, fan-favorite, Internet-breaking Marvel team-ups of the year! She's a little nutty, he's downright quackers -- it's Squirrel Girl and Howard! And in a tale that will launch a thousand cosplay double-acts, meet Gwenpool! The Duck is back, and this means "Waugh!"

Collecting: Howard the Duck 1-6, Unbeatable Squirrel Girl 6

Title:Howard the Duck, Volume 1: Duck Hunt
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9780785199380
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    Howard the Duck, Volume 1: Duck Hunt Reviews

  • Dan Schwent

    Howard and Tara head to Florida to find the Nexus of Realities so Howard can return home. Unfortunately, other people have their eyes on the Nexus AND Howard...Apart from an issue of Marvel Team-Up, m...

  • Sam Quixote

    I get that Howard the Duck is meant to be a “lame (duck) character” (sorry that was a Chip Zdarsky-level joke) but does his series have to be actually lame? The first Howard the Duck volume (numbe...

  • L. McCoy

    Well. I fucking tried, okay?What’s it about?Howard is sick of Earth. He hates how everyone thinks it’s so damn weird that he appears to be a talking duck! His solution? Getting involved in weird c...

  • Peter Derk

    Vol 0 is definitely a favorite where this one was less favorite of favorites. But Howard's reproductive partner clone (it's complicated) is adorable, and there's a touching moment in there.I've been s...

  • Renata

    Until I started reading this I didn't realize that there's a VOLUME ZERO, thanks Marvel. So this was a little confusing (besides how Howard's whole deal is confusing) but with a lot of laughs. The bes...

  • Victoria

    I got my Squirrel Girl fix PLUS some fun Howard-isms. An added bonus = this was my introduction to Silver Surfer. Sooo, I'm just gonna have to read him next!...

  • Drown Hollum

    Man, gotta love that duck. The first (zero) volume of Howard was a lot of fun, in part due to its irreverence towards the Marvel U. It was hilariously dismissive of driving cosmic forces and insistent...

  • Norman

    I enjoyed the reading for the most part, and I did have quite a few laughs along the way. Unfortunately I found the general language and pacing to be a bit forced, so I'm landing on a 3 stars rating. ...

  • Brandon Forsyth

    Not as touching, funny, or anarchic as the first volume (the ... zeroth volume?), but still fun. I read these as individual issues, so I didn't read the tie-in issue of UNBEATABLE SQUIRREL GIRL, but I...

  • Todd Glaeser

    It’s not “really” Howard the Duck, but an incredible simulation. I’m convinced that Steve Gerber, Howard’s creator, is the only one who balanced the pathos and comedy of a duck trapped in a ...