Much of the humor in previous issues came from the personality conflict between Milo and his super-hero self. In this case, the funniest bits come from the villain (or ex), Caliginous. Caliginous (or Stephie as she prefers to be called) personifies that woman scorned that William Congreve warned you about. While the scenes with her are as funny as anything else in the book, it also leaves you with the impression that she is the most dangerous thing since Kim Jong Il. While Kim may have nuclear weapons, Caliginous has sex appeal. I cant say which is more dangerous. Read Full Review
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