Blue Devil is Awesome, Part Two
Alas! Comics are a fickle mistress, and it's a sad fact that most of the time when a series gets cancelled, it tends to fizzle out with a string of issues that read like they were put together in fifteen minutes and pretty much serve to get to a nice round number to finish with. I'm looking at you here, JSA.
Fortunately, this is not the case with everyone's favorite stuntman and reluctant demonic super-hero, Blue Devil, as evidenced by the unmitigated radness of the double-sized spectacular that is Blue Devil #30.
Admittedly, the series actually ends with #31 and that one's a little underwhelming, but this one features Dan Cassidy's girlfriend blasting Super-Gorilla Grodd with a futuristic laser cannon...
...and that's a tough act to follow at the best of times.
Mostly owing, I suspect, to the fact that Blue Devil doesn't really have any enemies of his own outside of the demon Nebrios, this issue features Cassidy slugging it out with every single one of the Flash's major villains, who weren't doing a whole heck of a lot anyway back in 1986. And as good as it is, it's almost irrelevant.
Because right on page 15, there's a telepathic breakdancing gorilla.
If a superintelligent ape busting out the windmill doesn't blow your mind, then the fact that he's wearing a pink half-shirt advertising Breakin' 6 (presumably subtitled as "Gorilla Boogaloo") should completely shatter it.