Dixon and Blackburn watch their work. You'll find not one garnishing of character out of place. Costanza, Novin and Villanueva add to their creative casserole of characterization through an assured savory look to the artwork. A smug appearance on the Comic Book Guy for instance is at once endearing and annoying. The Martha Stewart Stand-in's helper looks significantly harried and seems to be concerned over her employer's or friend's sanity. Apropos body language enlivens Smithers' anguished cry of "No! No!" as we reach the status quo. Desert is a splendid little spoof on Steven Segal. So, bon appetit. Read Full Review
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