Nothing says 1970's Marvel Comics quite like Howard the Duck. Howard was created by the late Steve Gerber as a broad satire of popular culture in general and comics in particular. Chip Zadarsky's take on Howard comes across as older and mellower. Howard is still irritated by humanity but he isn't as angry. The humor is more situational than satirical, with the best chuckle coming from a mind controlled Aunt May robbing a tattoo parlor at gunpoint. As tired as I am of obligatory Guardians of the Galaxy appearances, the team of Rocket Raccoon and Howard the Duck is a natural. I hope they will share some screen time in the inevitable movie sequel.