Equally endowed with Superman’s righteousness and Bizarro’s cluelessness, the Tick packed a punch of brainy, brawny satire in Fox’s Saturday-morning lineup. Even after a decade, this lo-fi anomaly (not to be confused with Fox’s 2001-02 live-action series) hasn’t aged a bit. Because, c’mon: a poker-faced speech about why giant clowns and anarchy don’t mix? Never gets old. EXTRAS None. In fact, The Tick vs. Season One cheats you out of a first-season episode (”The Tick vs. the Mole Men”).
The Tick vs. Season One Equally endowed with Superman's righteousness and Bizarro's cluelessness, the Tick packed a punch of brainy, brawny satire in Fox's Saturday-morning...The Tick vs. Season OneComedy, AnimationBen EdlundUnrated Equally endowed with Superman's righteousness and Bizarro's cluelessness, the Tick packed a punch of brainy, brawny satire in Fox's Saturday-morning...2006-08-25
Genre: Comedy, Animation; Starring: Townsend Coleman, Mickey Dolenz; Author: Ben Edlund; MPAA Rating: Unrated
Posted August 25 2006 — 12:00 AM EDT
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